Product Review of Fluke 5725A Amplifier Now available From Test Equipment Connection
Product review of Fluke 5725A Amplifier now available from Test Equipment Connection.
(PRWEB) September 21, 2013
Product Review of Fluke 5725A Amplifier is now available from Test Equipment Connection. On September 16, 2013, the product review was completed.
The Fluke 5725A is an Amplifier used with the 5700A Calibrator. This amplifier extends the 5700A direct and alternating current for calibration of hand-held DMMs. It also extends the 5700A calibration capabilities for bench and system meters.The 5725A operates under complete control of the 5700A through an interface cable supplied with the 5725A. Both the 5720 and 5700 calibrators can increase their performance with the use of the 5725 boost amplifier. The 5725A amplifier increases maximum direct and alternating current to 11A for calibrating the high current ranges of popular low-cost, handheld DMMs. It also extends the alternating Volt-Hertz product of the calibrators to 1100V at 30 kHz and 750V at 100 kHz to cover the calibration requirements of high accuracy bench and system meters.
Voltage output from the 5725A is available at the 5700A calibrator front or rear binding posts. This eliminates the need to move cables during a procedure that requires amplified as well as standard calibrator outputs. The 5725A front or rear panel output binding posts are only for current output. Extended-range ac and dc current is supplied through them. Since most meters with a high current range use a separate high current input terminal, this configuration normally eliminates the need to move cables during a procedure. If a single-point current output is needed, the 5700A calibrator can be configured to source all current outputs through the
5725A binding posts.
The 5700A Calibrator is designed to cover the widest portion of today's calibration workload – a wide variety of DMMs from all manufacturers.
Both the Fluke 5700A and 5725A are available now as refurbished units from Test Equipment Connection.
To see the product review, please see the following entry on the Test Equipment Connection Website.
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