Fluke 4180-4181 Precision Infrared Calibrators

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16 Mar 2023
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Fluke 4180.4181 Precision Infrared Calibrators

Accuracy and traceability for infrared measurement
Now it's easy to improve Your IR temperature measurement accuracy with the new 4180, 4181 Precision Infrared Calibrators from Fluke calibration. This infrared temperature kalibrator provides consistent, accurate and reliable calibration more because the emissivity radiometrically calibrated, and the target size minimizes the size of the effect source kesalahan. In addition, it simplifies the calibration of infrared kalibrator because they are unique to compensate for errors caused by setting the emissivity of the thermometer.

The performance of the new accredited for the calibration of the point-and-shoot:

  • Calibrated radiometrically to meaningful, consistent results.
  • Accredited calibration included
  • Accurate, reliable performance from-15 ° C to 500 ° C
  • The target size of 15
2 mm (6 in.) is required to calibrate the most thermometers.
  • Lightweight instrument 8.6 kg (19 lbs) makes it easy to lift and carry.
  • Intuitive, easy-to-read display that shows when the temperature is stable.
  • Description
    The 4180 Series Precision InfraredCalibrators for infrared thermometers and thermal imagers are fast, accurate, and easy to use. It comes with an accredited calibration of one of the palING reliable temperature calibration laboratory of the world, the calibration procedure samples for thermometer Fluke built right in and everything you need to start making high quality calibration of infrared thermometers. This is the perfect solution for each thermometer infrared or thermal imager in the temperature range.

    The Infrared Temperature Calibrator 4180 reaches a temperature of-15 ° C to 120 ° C and Infrared Temperature Calibrator 4181 has a temperature range of 35 ° C to 500 ° C Kesera.gaman is important in the infrared temperature calibration work because the infrared thermometer will "see" as much as the entire target when placed on the appropriate calibration distance.

    In addition, with accuracy as good as ± 0.35 ° C 4180 Series can meet the specifications without additional correction related emissivity, which leads to a legitimate test uncertainty ratio (TUR) as good as 4:1.

    Emissivity, blackbodies and graybodies
    Most people associate the black calibration source with infrared thermometer calibration. Although the word black refers to the ideal surface that emits and absorbs electromagnetic radiation with the maximum amount of power may be at a certain temperature, many with non-kalibrator ideal is also referred to as "kalibrator black." While the ideal surface would have an emissivity is equal to 1.00, many of these "black" has an emissivity kalibrator around 0.95 (better described as "graybody"). A black source the correct calibration will normally be a long cavity with narrow hole. Unfortunately the opening is usually too narrow to be useful to calibrate the thermometer infrared target public that require large sizes for accurate calibration. The advantage of a black source the correct calibration is that emissivity is precisely known. While the traditional flat-plate kalibrator have emissivities with uncertainty is too large for most meaningful calibration thermometer. That's the se

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