Isotech Drago 934
Portable Liquid Bath Temperature Calibrator with Dry-Block Conversion Option, Ambient to 250°C
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- Manufactured by Isotech
- 2.5" (65mm) Diameter Calibration Volume
- Portable Liquid Bath for high accuracy calibration of awkward shaped sensors
- Convertible for Dry Block Operation and more
- Calibrate All Sensor Types
- Windows Software and PC Interface
- Stability of ±0.025°C
To calibrate temperature sensors to 250°C look no further than Isotech's portable stirred liquid baths. The Hyperion calibrates from 45°C below ambient to 140°C (284°F) and the Drago from ambient to 250°C (482°F). The useable calibration volume is a massive 2.5" (65mm) diameter and the overall depth of 7.5" (190mm) gives more than twice the volume of competitors' products.
Stirred liquid baths are suitable for temperature sensors of all types, shapes and sizes. Stabilities are much greater than those from Dry Blocks alone and with suitable reference thermometers performance of up to 0.005°C is achievable.
The Hyperion and the Drago are available in two models. If the liquid is directly in the block then the controller only model, or Basic (B) model, can be selected. However, instead of putting liquids directly in the block liquid containers can be used to facilitate rapid change of liquids. When using a liquid container, Dry Block Insert, Blackbody Target or the Surface Sensor Kit a separate reference thermometer should be used to compensate for the varying offset between the controller and the accessory temperature. In this case you should choose the site version (S) which includes a built-in temperature indicator for high accuracy or for best accuracy an external indicator can be used. An ideal combination is the TTI-8 and 935-14-16 Probe which can be programmed to provide a system accuracy of ±0.025°C.
Includes as standard: Windows Software, Computer Interface and a Ramp to Set Point Feature. Increased resolution of ±0.01 available throughout the range via the PC interface and, locally on the auto-ranging front display, from -19.99 to +99.99 with the Hyperion and 0.01 to +99.99 with the Drago. The controller features multi-point block to display correction giving good absolute accuracy.