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Make Critical, Accurate Temperature Measurements

Fluke Calibration yesterday introduced the 1586A Super-DAQ Precision Temperature Scanner. The Super-DAQ offers up to 40 analog input channels and scan rates as fast as 10 channels per second.

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The company says the 1586A is designed for use on the plant floor, where channel count and scan speeds are important, thanks to the flexibility of both internal and external input modules. It’s capable of measuring themocouples, thermistors, dc current, dc voltage and resistance. The Super-DAQ also has a color display with channel indicators that can chart up to four channels simultaneously, and four modes of operation (scan, monitor, measure and digital multimeter). With 20 MB of on-board memory, users can store data before collecting it via a USB port or LAN interface.

Check out www.flukecal.com/1586 for more information.

 

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