Fluke's 5730A Multifunction Calibrator offers improved dc/low-frequency signals
FlukeCalibration introduces the 5730A Multifunction Calibrator, the latest in the 5700A family. The 5730A is designed for calibration professionals who require the most accurate dc/low-frequency signals available in a multifunction calibrator.
The 5730A builds on the foundation of the 5700A/5720A with improved accuracy, new digital components, and a full-color, touchscreen display. The display brings all of the calibrator's status and settings into one location. For laboratories running their existing 57XX calibrator under remote control, the 5730A can be set to run in 5700A/5720A emulation mode, eliminating the need to re-write system software or procedures.
The 5730A also improves upon the performance of the 5720A in ac current, ac voltage, and resistance functions. Specifications are absolute, stated in 99 percent and 95 percent confidence intervals, traceable to international standards via ISO 17025 accreditation, and include the uncertainty of the calibration standards used, so no additional analysis is required.
The 5730A, like its predecessors, features artifact calibration, which transfers the assigned value of an external artifact to a large array of multidimensional parameters within the instrument. The 5730A can fully adjust itself using only three external standards and the calibration process takes only about an hour as opposed to several hours using traditional methods.