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Fluke updates MET/TEMP temperature calibration software

Fluke updates MET/TEMP temperature calibration software

July 16, 2015 – Fluke Calibration introduces an upgrade of its MET/TEMP II Temperature Calibration Software, a complete calibration solution for testing batches of sensors, calculating characterization of coefficients, and generating calibration reports. Version 5.0 adds compatibility with the Microsoft Windows 7 and 8 operating systems and support for Fluke Calibration’s most recent temperature calibration sources: the 9190A Ultra-Cool Field Metrology Well and 9118A Thermocouple Calibration Furnace.

MET/TEMP II automates batch calibrations of platinum resistance thermometers (PRTs), liquid-in-glass (LIGs) and bimetallic thermometers, thermistors, and all types of thermocouple sensors to standardize testing for consistent results no matter who performs the calibration. Virtually any sensor with a resistance or voltage output can be tested, up to 100 sensors at a time.

Manual calibration of temperature sensors can be expensive, time consuming, and error prone. With MET/TEMP II, calibration technicians simply place test sensors in a heat source, connect them to a temperature readout, enter the setup information, and start the test. Hours of testing are performed while the technician is free to do other work. After the test is complete, the technician prints and signs the report and ships the sensors and report to the customer, improving productivity and saving hours of time.

The intuitive interface guides the user through configuring and running calibration tests and reporting, making it easy to learn and use.

About Fluke Calibration
Fluke Calibration is a leader in precision calibration instrumentation and software for electrical, temperature, pressure, flow, and RF measurements. Calibration products from Fluke Calibration are found in calibration facilities around the world, including National Metrology Institutes, that demand the highest levels of performance and reliability, backed by state of the art metrology and uncompromising support. They are relied on by quality engineers, calibration technicians, and metrologists to instill confidence in the measurements that are critical to their organizations for quality, safety, reliability, and cost.