Ametek DPC-501 Documenting Pressure Calibrator
User friendly, accurate and compact solution for pressure comparison calibrations
- Manufactured by Ametek
- 0 to 1,000 bar / 14,500 psi (Vacuum and Absolute ranges also available)
- ±0.025% F.S. accuracy for all pressure ranges
- Calibration procedures may be pre-defined and used for calibrations on-site
- Measure pressure, voltage and current, and supplies 24VDC as source for transmitters
- 15 different pressure units available, one additional pressure unit can be defined
- Automatically records opening and closing point values on the display
- 5 different reference sensors of different pressure ranges used with the same DPC-501 calibrator
- RS232 communication, USB interface and JOFRACAL calibration software makes documentation easy
The DPC-501 is a user-friendly, accurate and compact solution for pressure comparison calibrations. The electronic pressure calibrator DPC-501 is used for high-precision calibration of pressure instruments, e.g. pressure gauges, pressure transmitter, digital manometer, pressure switches, overpressure protection valves, etc.
The DPC-501 measures pressure, voltage and current and supplies 24 VDC as source for transmitters. Calibration procedures can be predefined and used for calibrations on site. The DPC-501 is featured with USB and RS232 interfaces and is powered by a Lithium-Ion battery (rechargeable without memory-effect).
The built-in reference sensor is changeable, whereby several pressure ranges can be covered with one DPC-501 unit. All standard pressure ranges between vacuum and 1000 bar (14,500 psi) are available as well as vacuum and absolute pressure ranges.
In "measuring" operation, the DPC-501 displays simultaneous:
- Reference pressure
- Output of unit under test
- Deviation (in selected pressure unit)
- Deviation (in % of full scale or of reading of unit under test)
The Ametek DPC-501 documenting pressure calibrator is part of a ready-to-use system which includes the pressure calibrator, fitting, hoses, up to five reference sensors, battery charger, study aluminum carrying case, and software. Additionally, hand pumps can be included to make your system complete. The following hand pumps are included as part of accessory systems:
DPC-501 Accessory System A
System A includes the DPC-501 calibrator together with one of the following pneumatic hand pumps: T-960 or T-970, depending on the chosen pressure range. System A is an easy-to-use, single-hand-operated calibration system. No need for a flat surface to operate the system -just hold it in your hand.
DPC-501 Accessory System B
System B includes the dual function pneumatic hand pump. With this pump you can calibrate both vacuum and pressure applications. It takes just a few seconds to switch between vacuum and pressure, just push one button (valve) on the T-965/T-975 handpump.
DPC-501 Accessory System C
System C consists of an DPC-501 calibrator together with a hydraulic, high pressure hand pump T-620 or T-620H, which features an oil reservoir to prime the system.
DPC-501 Accessory System D
System D consists of an DPC-501 calibrator with a rugged, hydraulic, high pressure screw pump. System D is an easy-to-use calibration system. Place the pump on a flat surface and turn the handle to generate pressure. You can adjust the calibrator to fit the best viewing angle. The system includes a manifold for connection of the test device, a fine adjustment vernier valve (optional) and a reservoir for extra oil or water (optional).
DPC-501 Accessory System E
System E consists of an DPC-501 calibrator together with a rugged, hydraulic, high pressure pump. System E is an easy-to-use calibration system. The hydraulic pump makes it very easy to prime the system. You can adjust the calibrator to fit the best viewing angle. The system includes a manifold for connection of two test devices and the fine adjustment vernier valve is standard.
DPC-501 Accessory System F
System F is an easy-to-use calibration system. The hydraulic pump makes it very easy to prime the system. The pump contains 75 in3 / 1.23 l of liquid.
Please refer to the data sheet for more information regarding each system.