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Fluke 724 Temperature Calibrator

Brand: Fluke

Model No: 724

Order No: 724

Warranty: 1 Year

Stock Status : Out of stock


Price : 11,500.00 SAR (Including VAT)
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The Fluke 724 is a powerful yet easy-to-use temperature calibrator that sources and measures 10 thermocouple types, and 7 RTD types, plus volts and ohms. It also measures mA while simultaneously supplying loop power to the transmitter. Use it to test and calibrate almost any temperature instrument, so you only need one tool to expertly test all the temperature sensors and transmitters in your plant. The Fluke 724 even handles high-speed pulsed RTD circuits and provides loop power. The dual-line measure/source display lets you source temperature and view loop current at the same time. And with its simple, "no menus” controls, you'll be able to get all your testing done faster. Whether you’re performing fast linearity tests using the 25% and 100% step functions or performing a remote test using the auto step or auto ramp feature the Fluke 724 will help you get the job done. the Fluke 724 also features a bright backlit display that lets you work in low light conditions. The large battery capacity (four AA alkaline batteries) gives you long runtimes, and the easy-to-access battery door makes it quick to change out batteries when necessary. All this in a rugged, reliable package designed to stand up to field use.


Measure RTDs, thermocouples, ohms, and volts to test sensors and transmitters
Source/simulate thermocouples, RTDs, volts, and ohms to calibrate transmitters
Power transmitters during test using a loop power supply with simultaneous mA measurement
Perform fast linearity tests with 25% and 100% steps, and execute remote tests with auto step and auto ramp
Store frequently-used test setups for later use, and the backlight lets you work in poor light
Easy-to-read dual display lets you view input and output simultaneously
A compact, streamlined shape that makes it easy to carry and a rugged, reliable design that stands up to field use