Portable pressure calibrator
The Yokogawa CA700 Portable Pressure Calibrator can measure pressures with an accuracy that is within ±0.01% of reading and is able to store calibration procedures for transmitters and switches in its internal memory banks.
The Yokogawa CA700 Portable Pressure Calibrator is equipped with a silicon resonant sensor that uses Yokogawa proprietary DPHARP technology. The CA700 can measure pressures with an accuracy that is within ±0.01% of reading (rdg). The CA700 features include a wide selection of measuring ranges, as found/as left data storage, and memory capacity to store calibration procedures. It also provides an accurate and efficient calibration and verification tool for pressure/differential pressure transmitters and other types of field devices for commissioning or regular inspection.
The CA700 can measure pressures with an accuracy that is within ±0.01% of rdg, making it one of the most accurate portable calibrators on the market. It can also output and measure current and voltage within ±0.015% of rdg.
The CA700 is able to store the calibration procedures for pressure transmitters and switches in its internal memory. It also records data and error rates before and after calibration. The stored data can be used for purposes such as analysis of device performance and determination of maintenance frequency, thus improving device maintenance.
The CA700 comes in three models with a wide variety of measurement ranges. Users can choose the model with the desired measurement range, eliminating the need for multiple calibrators.
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