The CA700 Pressure Calibrator has a basic accuracy of 0.01% of reading on pressure measurement and 0.015% of reading on Current/Voltage source/measurement, which makes it the most accurate calibrator in the portable calibrator class. It also has the highest resolution and widest range of any portable instrument, with a resolution of 0.001 kpa (200.00 kpa range) and a resolution of 0.0001 psi (at the 29 psi range). A high pressure module, the PM100, is now available, that effectively increases the pressure range of the CA700 to 2300 PSI, all the while maintaining the same basic accuracy of 0.01%.
Pressure is one of the most important and commonly measured forces in industrial plants and sites. Other commonly measured forces, such as temperature, flow and level, can all be derived from pressure. Because of this, pressure transmitters are especially crucial for maintaining the health and safety of plant operations. For a pressure transmitter to perform reliably, periodic calibration of these devices is absolutely necessary. Yokogawa's pressure calibrators are specifically suited for this task due to their:
The CA700 Pressure Calibrator is the most accurate calibrator in the portable class having a basic accuracy of 0.01% of reading on pressure measurement and 0.015% of reading on Current/Voltage source measurement. Supporting “As Found”, “As Left” and error rate, makes the CA700 a great tool for field calibration and maintenance work. Available in low pressure, medium pressure or high pressure ranges with selectable high-performance hand pumps for each range. Pressure modules are available which extend the range of the CA700 when calibrating higher pressures.
|CA700-E-03-U2-P1||3500kPa, RC 1/4" Female Thread|
|CA700-E-01-U2-P2||200kPa, 1/4" NPT Female Thread|
|CA700-E-02-U2-P2||1000kPa, 1/4" NPT Female Thread|
|CA700-E-02-U2-P1||1000kPa, RC 1/4" Female Thread|
|CA700-E-03-U2-P2||3500kPa, 1/4" NPT Female Thread|
|CA700-E-01-U2-P1||200kPa, RC 1/4" Female Thread|
A set of separate red and black clips (for 2 m long wires).
Carry your Scopecorder with this carrying case.
Can connect to –P1 or –P2, input and output port are Rc1/8” female thread
Can connect to –P1 or –P2, input and output port are 1/8” NPT female thread
R 1/4" male thread to 1/8” NPT female thread conversion connector (for -P1)
R 1/4” male thread to 1/4” NPT female thread conversion connector (for -P1)
1/4” NPT male thread to 1/8” NPT female thread conversion connector (for –P2)
Hand pump (91051), connector set (91052), case (93052)
Alligator clip, CAT I, for controlsignal only (under 70 V)One set of 1 red and 1 black cablesLength: Approx. 1.7m
Hand pump (91061), connector set (91062), case (93053)
Hydraulic Pressure Pump 91061 (Accessory for CA700)
Connector set for the 91051 (quick adapter, pressure conversion adapter, flexible hose, sealing tape)
Connector set for the 91056 (quick adapter, sealing cap, flexible hose, sealing tape, and hex wrench)
Low Pressure Pump 91051 (Accessory for CA700)
Connector set for the 91061 (high-pressure hose, quick adapter, conversion adapter, sealing tape, and hex wrench)
Pneumatic Pressure Pump 91056 (Accessory for CA700)
Case for the 91051 (91051, 91052, and instruction manual)
Case for the 91056/91061 (91056, 91057, 91061, 91062, and instruction manual)
FieldMate is PC and tablet based software for adjusting, setting and managing devices. It systematizes a series of work from field calibration of a pressure / differential pressure transmitter to report generation in combination with the Pressure Calibrator CA700. They achieve speedy, highly efficient field calibration by offering calculation of relative error, pass/fail determination and report generation as well as automatic recording of device information and calibration data. Recorded calibration data can be registered in FieldMate' s database (device maintenance information) along with other maintenance information. CA700 and FieldMate, "Smart Calibration" significantly reduce the man-hours for calibration.
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