Announcing the new Fluke 1586A Super-DAQ Precision Temperature Scanner

The 1586A Super-DAQ is ideal for data acquisition where accurate temperature measurement is critical such as pharmaceutical, biotechnology, aerospace, food, processing and energy applications.

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Why the 1586A Super-DAQ?

  • Best temperature measurement accuracy
  • Flexible configuration for the factory or benchtop
  • Multiple modes of operation
  • Real-time graphing in color
  • Data portability and security
  • Automated sensor calibration

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WOW CAN YOU BELIEVE IT. . . . CALIBRATED TO -106°C ON OUR NEW FLUKE 9190A IN THE LAB TODAY!!!

The Fluke Calibration 9190A Ultra-Cool Field Metrology Well is the most accurate and stable, cold temperature dry-block on the market. It’s ideal for applications that demand strict quality control and regulatory process compliance. These applications include on-location validation and calibration of RTDs, thermocouples, thermometers, and sensors used with process control equipment such as medical freezers, laboratory refrigerators, cold rooms, blood banks, sterilisers (autoclaves), and freeze dryers.

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FLUKE CALIBRATION WEB SEMINAR SERIES CONTINUES

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FLUKE CALIBRATION WEB SEMINARS

ARE A CONVENIENT WAY TO BOOST YOUR KNOWLEDGE

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Annealing an RTD: Why, When and How  

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Wednesday, August 7, 2013

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1:00 pm Mexico City, Mexico
7:00 pm London, England

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Wednesday, August 7, 2013

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Automating Tasks with MET/TEAM Auto Alerts

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Tuesday, August 13, 2013

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Tuesday, August 13, 2013

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Improving Calibration Test Ratios Using a Reference Multimeter

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Tuesday, August 27, 2013

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Improving Calibration Test Ratios Using a Reference Multimeter

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Thursday, August 29, 2013

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1:00 pm Mexico City
7:00 pm London, England

New web seminars are scheduled monthly. Visit the Future Web Seminars page to see more of our upcoming seminars or visit the Web Seminar Archives to view our previously recorded events.

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FLUKE CALIBRATION WEB SEMINAR SERIES

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Maintaining Accreditation with Calibration Management Software

DATE & TIMES  

Wednesday, July 3, 2013

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Best Practices for Maintaining Temperature Calibration Equipment

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Wednesday, July 10, 2013

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Software Customization for Business Rules and Processes

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Tuesday, July 30, 2013

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Las Mejores Prácticas para el Mantenimiento de los

Equipos de Calibración de Temperatura

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Wednesday, July 31, 2013

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New web seminars are scheduled monthly.
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TEMPERATURE MEASUREMENT TRAINING

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Join us on June 12th for our

complimentary RTDology session, 

“Thermocouples – Operation and Application”

Thermocouples can be an ideal choice for temperature measurement in processes where the environment is harsh and/or the temperature is above 700°F. Selecting the correct thermocouple for your process is critical to achieving accurate and reliable measurements. Bill Bergquist, Senior Application Engineer at Burns, will lead this one-hour practical session packed with facts and insights to help you make the right choice.

We’ll cover topics including:
– Basic Operation
– Types and Temperature Ranges
– Typical Applications and Sensor Selection
– Failure Modes
– And much more!

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Thermocouples – Operation and Application June 12th

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Session: Thermocouples – Operation and Application
When: June 12th, 2013 | 12:00 – 1:00 PM Central Time
Where: Online
Cost: FREE

FREE TRAINING – RTDology – “TEMPERATURE BASICS”

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Join us on April 10th for our complimentary RTDology session, “Temperature Basics”

The perfect refresher for the Engineer and an excellent overview for the Non-Engineer! Learn the basics of temperature fundamentals in this complimentary RTDology session on April 10th. Bill Bergquist, Senior Application Engineer at Burns, will lead this one-hour practical session highlighting the key concepts and calculations that describe the basics of temperature measurement, both in theory and practice.

We’ll cover topics including:
– The definition of temperature
– The various temperature scales
– Temperature terminology
– Types of sensors
– and many other key temperature measurement topics

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Temperature Basics, April 10th

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Session: Temperature Basics
When: April 10th, 2013 | 12:00 – 1:00 PM Central Time
Where: Online
Cost: FREE

SAVE 10% OF YOUR CIP CHEMICAL USE BY CHOOSING YOKOGAWA CONDUCTIVITY TRANSMITTERS

SC450Understanding exactly what is going on when diluting Chemicals for CIP applications in your process will help you save 10% or more of the chemicals you are using – which of course has the added benefit of not needing to be treated as waste in your effluent system saving you further money.

Current methods for measuring concentration of  1 to 3%  NaOH Caustic and  HNO3  Nitric Acid solutions especially at elevated temperatures typically 60 to 80 degC ,  lead to 10%  more chemical being utilised than is required to clean the process .

With the correct selection of Temperature Compensation , we will save you 10% of your chemical use and we will be delighted to call and show you how.

Our Yokogawa Sc450 and Flexa Series of process Conductivity/Concentration meters have the most advanced built in temperature compensation curves available for your CIP activities.  

  • Unique touch screen operation and easy operation and calibration screens

  • Enhanced diagnostics, process trending graphics and on-screen logbook for data storage

  • Two mA-outputs and four SPDT relay contacts with display indicators

  • Hart® Communications

  • FM Class 1, Div.2, Group ABCD, T6 for Ta-20 to 55°C

  • IP66/NEMA4X 1/2 DIN enclosure for Field Mounting and Panel Mounting

  • Advanced Process Temperature Compensation

  • Cell fouling monitoring

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