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CAL 2000 Complete Instrument

SKU: 750-0603-00
$1,900.00Price

This instrument requires a Gas Source to operate. Visit Customize Your Calibrator to view and choose all available gas sources for this instrument.

 

CSA NRTL/C Exia T-6 approved intrinsically safe with CE mark and ATEX Certification

 

Accurate Calibration Gas Generation

 

The Cal 2000 provides unmatched versatility and accuracy in certified calibration gases. Field replaceable calibration gas sources (generating cells) provide a calibration standard for accurately testing Chlorine, Chlorine Dioxide, Hydrogen, Hydrogen Cyanide, and Hydrogen Sulfide gas detectors with a single instrument.

Cal Gas at a Fraction of the Cost

 

The Cal 2000 is microprocessor controlled, and has an LCD display allowing field adjustable gas concentrations and flow rates. The sources are interchangeable and field replaceable.

Best of all, the Cal 2000 provides up to 100 times as much calibration gas as a disposable cylinder at a fraction of the cost. The electrochemical generating cells do not degrade over time.

 

Extreme Flexibility

 

The Cal 2000 instrument has a built-in mass flow sensor that automatically compensates for altitude and temperature. A mass flow sensor combined with the instruments' internal pump, provide extreme flexibility for calibrating both diffusion and sample draw detection systems.

Air flow rate (with internal pump)

0.2 to 1 LPM

Sample draw rate (with pump disabled)

0.2 to 5 LPM

Useful source life

10, 50 or 100 hours

Warm-up time (to 90%)

Approximately 5 minutes

L x W x H

8.50 x 4.25 x 3.00' (21.59 x 10.8 x 7.62 cm)

Weight

3 lb. (1360 g)

Operating temperature

0° C to 50° C

Relative humidity (intermittent use)

0 -100%

Accuracy

±10% (+/- 5% available)

Repeatability

±5%

Battery power

4 alkaline 'C'

Battery life

10 hours (at .5 LPM flow rate)