PIECAL 820

Carry six single function calibrators in the palm of your hand with the PIECAL 820, from Practical Instrument Electronics (PIE).

 

  • Milliamp

  • Voltage

  • Thermocouples

  • Ohms

  • RTD

  • Hz (Frequency)

  • Check Continuity

 

The intuitive EZ-DIAL Double Click Menu makes it easier to setup than many other multi-function calibrators and uses the same menus as the single function PIECAL Evolution Calibrators.

  • Use it as a milliamp and voltage calibrator
    Source 0 to 24.00 mA, 0 to 10.25 V dc and -10.00 to 110.00 mV
    Read to 24.00 mA, 60.00 V dc and -10.00 to 110.00 mV
    Simulate 2-Wire Transmitters
    Power up transmitters & loops with the built-in 24 V power supply.
    Simplify HART hookups with built-in 250 Ohm resistor

  • Calibrate directly in temperature (°C & °F)
    The PIECAL 820 works with the instruments you use.
    Types J, K, T, E, R, S, B, N, G, C, D, L (J DIN), U (T DIN) and P (Platinel II) 
    Pt 100 Ohm (3850, 3902, 3916, 3926) & 1000 Ohm (3850) 
    Copper 10 & 50 Ohm, Nickel 100 and 120 Ohm

  • Checkout flow and vibration systems
    Source & read frequency to 2000 CPM (Counts-Per-Minute), 999.00
    Hz, 9999.9 Hz, 9.9999 kHz & to 20.000 kHz

  • Troubleshoot loop & wiring problems
    'Beep' out connections with the built-in continuity checker

  • Easy to read
    Turn on the backlight & easily see the display in dark areas of the plant

  • Quickly set any three outputs plus automatic stepping & ramping
    Easily set any value quickly with the adjustable "DIAL" plus store any three output settings for instant recall with the EZ-CHECK™ switch. Choose between 2, 3, 5 & 11 steps to automatically increment the output in 100%, 50%, 25% or 10% of span. Select RAMP to smoothly increase and decrease the output between Zero and Span. Set step/ramp time to match your system from 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30 and 60 seconds.

  • Measure temperature sensors, frequency pickups, loop currents and voltage levels
    Check the values of your process sensors. Instantly recall MAX and MIN values to see process variability

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