Saleae Logic Pro 16 USB Logic Analyzer

Logic Pro 16 USB Logic Analyzer

 

The Saleae Logic Pro 16 USB Logic Analyzer is a 16 channel logic analyzer with each input dual purposed for analog data recording. The device connects to a PC over USB and uses the Saleae Logic Software to record and view digital and analog signals.

A logic analyzer is a debugging tool used to record and view digital signals. It operates by sampling a digital input connected to a device under test (DUT) at a high sample rate. These samples are recorded to a sample buffer, and at the end of the capture, the buffer is displayed in the software for review.

Logic analyzers are great for debugging embedded applications. In the most common case, a developer working on firmware for a microcontroller will write code to communicate with another component, possibly using protocols like serial, I2C, or SPI. To verify the functionality or to diagnose errors in the firmware, a logic analyzer is connected to the digital IO used for communication and records the activity during testing. The recording is then shown on the display so the user can view the actual behavior of the firmware, and compare that with the expected behavior to narrow down and identity the source of the issue – or verify that the operation is correct.

Saleae Logic 8 USB Logic Analyzer

Logic 8 USB Logic Analyzer

 

The Saleae Logic 8 USB Logic Analyzer is an 8 channel logic analyzer with each input dual purposed for analog data recording. The device connects to a PC over USB and uses the Saleae Logic Software to record and view digital and analog signals.

A logic analyzer is a debugging tool used to record and view digital signals. It operates by sampling a digital input connected to a device under test (DUT) at a high sample rate. These samples are recorded to a sample buffer, and at the end of the capture, the buffer is displayed in the software for review.

Logic analyzers are great for debugging embedded applications. In the most common case, a developer working on firmware for a microcontroller will write code to communicate with another component, possibly using protocols like serial, I2C, or SPI. To verify the functionality or to diagnose errors in the firmware, a logic analyzer is connected to the digital IO used for communication and records the activity during testing. The recording is then shown on the display so the user can view the actual behavior of the firmware, and compare that with the expected behavior to narrow down and identity the source of the issue – or verify that the operation is correct.

Saleae Logic Pro 8 USB Logic Analyzer

Logic Pro 8 USB Logic Analyzer

 

The Saleae Logic Pro 8 USB Logic Analyzer is an 8 channel logic analyzer with each input dual purposed for analog data recording. The device connects to a PC over USB and uses the Saleae Logic Software to record and view digital and analog signals.

A logic analyzer is a debugging tool used to record and view digital signals. It operates by sampling a digital input connected to a device under test (DUT) at a high sample rate. These samples are recorded to a sample buffer, and at the end of the capture, the buffer is displayed in the software for review.

Logic analyzers are great for debugging embedded applications. In the most common case, a developer working on firmware for a microcontroller will write code to communicate with another component, possibly using protocols like serial, I2C, or SPI. To verify the functionality or to diagnose errors in the firmware, a logic analyzer is connected to the digital IO used for communication and records the activity during testing. The recording is then shown on the display so the user can view the actual behavior of the firmware, and compare that with the expected behavior to narrow down and identity the source of the issue – or verify that the operation is correct.

Saleae Logic 4 USB Logic Analyzer

Logic 4 USB Logic Analyzer

 

The Saleae Logic 4 USB Logic Analyzer is a 4 channel logic analyzer with one input dual purposed as a single channel analog data recorder. The device connects to a PC over USB and uses the Saleae Logic Software to record and view digital and analog signals.

A logic analyzer is a debugging tool used to record and view digital signals. It operates by sampling a digital input connected to a device under test (DUT) at a high sample rate. These samples are recorded to a sample buffer, and at the end of the capture, the buffer is displayed in the software for review.

Logic analyzers are great for debugging embedded applications. In the most common case, a developer working on firmware for a microcontroller will write code to communicate with another component, possibly using protocols like serial, I2C, or SPI. To verify the functionality or to diagnose errors in the firmware, a logic analyzer is connected to the digital IO used for communication and records the activity during testing. The recording is then shown on the display so the user can view the actual behavior of the firmware, and compare that with the expected behavior to narrow down and identity the source of the issue – or verify that the operation is correct.

Fluke 726/GOV Precision Multifunction Process Calibrator

Fluke 726/GOV Precision Multifunction Process Calibrator

The Fluke 726/GOV Precision Multifunction Process Calibrator is designed specifically for the Process industry with broad workload coverage, calibration power and unsurpassed accuracy in mind. The 726 measures and sources almost all process parameters and can calibrate almost anything. The 726 will also interpret results without the help of a calculator and store measurement data for later analysis.

 

Input/Output Terminals and Connectors 
Number Name Description
1 Pressure module  connector/serial connector Connects the Calibrator to a pressure m odule or to a PC for a remote control  serial connection.
2, 3 MEASURE V, mA terminals Input terminals for m easuring voltage, current, supplying loop power, HART  resistance, switch test options.
4 Thermocouple (TC)  input/output Terminal for measuring or simulating t hermocouples. This terminal accepts a  miniature polarized thermocouple plug wi th flat, in-line blades spaced 7.9 mm  (0.312 in) center to center.
5,6 SOURCE/ MEASURE V,  RTD, Pulse, Hz,  Ω  terminals Terminals for sourcing or measuring  voltage, resistance, pulse, frequency, and  RTDs.
7, 8 SOURCE/ MEASURE mA  terminals, 3W, 4W Terminals for sourcing and measuring current and performing 3 W and 4 W RTD measurements. HART resistor option in mA mode.

 

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Fluke 725/GOV Thermocouple Calibrator

 Fluke 725/GOV Thermocouple Calibrator

The Fluke 725/GOV Multifunction Process Calibrator is a powerful, yet easy-to-use field calibrator. Use the measure and source functions to test and calibrate almost any process parameter

“Simply” Powerful!

Take along the Fluke 725/GOV Multifunction Process Calibrator, and you’re equipped to test and calibrate almost any process parameter. Measure and source mA, volts, temperature (RTDs and thermocouples), frequency, ohms, and pressure, using optional pressure modules.

Do you need to calibrate transmitters? The 725’s split display lets you view input and output values simultaneously. For valve and I/P tests, you can source mA while measuring pressure. The 725 has auto-stepping and auto-ramping for remote testing, plus 25% stepping for fast linearity tests.

From the moment you pick it up, the Fluke 725 is ready to perform. Its simple controls, without menus, make operation easy. Its memory functions make set up fast. And its rugged design lets it work as hard as you do.

Multifunction Calibrator

Simultaneous Function Capability Channel A Channel B
24.000 mA DC M M or S
24.000 mA DC with 24V loop supply M
100.00 mV DC M or S
30.000V DC Measure M
20.000V DC Measure 10.000V DC Source
15 to 3200 Ohms M or S
Thermocouple J, K, T, E, R, S, B, L, U, N M or S
RTD Ni120; Pt100 (392); Pt100 (JIS); Pt100, 200, 500, 1000 (385) M or S
Pressure (requires Fluke 700PXX Modules) M M used as S
Frequency; Squarewave, 1 CPM to10 kHz; fixed amplitude 5V p-p M or S

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Fluke 714/GOV Thermocouple Calibrator

 Fluke 714/GOV Thermocouple Calibrator

The Fluke 714/GOV Thermocouple Calibrator delivers outstanding performance, durability and reliability. The calibrator is compact, lightweight, and easy to carry. With a push button interface similar to the multifunction Fluke 740 Series Documenting Process Calibrators, the 714 is easy to use. It is EMI tolerant, dust and splash resistant, and features a removable battery door for quick battery changes.

The Fluke 714/GOV Thermocouple Calibrator is a precise source and measurement tool for calibrating thermocouple instruments. The calibrator sources or measures in units of °C, °F, or mV, through a thermocouple minijack.

Your calibrator is supplied with a Flex-StandTM holster, an installed 9 V alkaline battery, and this instruction sheet. Sets of thermocouple miniplugs are available from Fluke. (Accessories Fluke-700TC1 and Fluke-700TC2 TC Miniplug Kits.)

If the calibrator is damaged or something is missing, contact the place of purchase immediately. Contact your Fluke distributor for information about accessories. To order replacement parts or spares, see “Replacement Parts.”

The following tables list the thermocouple types supported by the calibrator, the standards and scales used for each type, the thermocouple properties, and calibrator resolution. Full calibrator specifications are listed at the end of this instruction sheet.

Temperature Calibrators

The Fluke 714/GOV temperature calibrators deliver outstanding performance, durability and reliability. These calibrators are compact, lightweight and easy to carry and with a push-button interface and are easy to use. Each calibrator is EMI tolerant, dust- and splashresistant and features a removable battery door for quick battery changes.

Auto-step and auto-ramp features support remote testing.

Simulating a Thermocouple

 

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Fluke 712/GOV RTD Calibrator

Fluke 712/GOV RTD Calibrator

The Fluke 712/GOV RTD Temperature Calibrator delivers outstanding performance, durability and reliability. The 712 calibrator is a compact, lightweight, and easy to carry tool. With a push button interface similar to the multifunction Fluke 740 Series Documenting Process Calibrators, the 712 is easy to use. It is EMI tolerant, dust and splash resistant, and features a removable battery door for quick battery changes.

Fluke Model 712 RTD Calibrator is a handheld tool for calibrating RTD (Resistance Temperature Detector) transmitters, including most pulsed transmitters. It simulates and measures seven different types of RTDs, in units of °C or °F. It also simulates and measures resistance in units of ohms. It does not source and measure simultaneously.

Your calibrator is supplied with a Flex-StandTM holster, an installed 9 V alkaline battery, two sets of test leads, and this instruction sheet.

If the calibrator is damaged or something is missing, contact the place of purchase immediately. Contact your Fluke distributor for information about accessories. To order replacement parts or spares, see “Replacement Parts.”

The next table lists the RTD types supported by the calibrator, with their ranges, resolution, and the allowable excitation current from an RTD measurement device under test. All RTD types use ITS-90 curves. Full calibrator specifications are listed at the end of this instruction sheet.

Temperature Calibrators

The Fluke 712 temperature calibrators deliver outstanding performance, durability and reliability. These calibrators are compact, lightweight and easy to carry and with a push-button interface and are easy to use. Each calibrator is EMI tolerant, dust- and splashresistant and features a removable battery door for quick battery changes.

Auto-step and auto-ramp features support remote testing.

Getting Acquainted with the Calibrator

Press the green O pushbutton to turn the calibrator on and off. Press the INPUT/OUTPUT pushbutton to select either INPUT (measuring) or OUTPUT (simulating).

Display Elements
Element Meaning
1 INPUT Lit when measuring an RTD or resistance
2 OUTPUT Lit when simulating an RTD or resistance
3 IEX HI When simulating an RTD or ohms, the excitation current from the measuring device under test is too high. The calibrator output is unspecified.
4 °C, °F, Ω When an RTD type is selected, one of these is lit to show the selected scale.

 

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Fluke 724/GOV Temperature Calibrator

 Fluke 724/GOV Temperature Calibrator

Your Fluke 724/GOV Temperature Calibrator is a handheld, battery-operated instrument that measures and sources a variety of thermocouples and RTDs.

The calibrator has the following features and functions:

  • A split-screen display. The upper display allows you to measure volts and current. The lower display allows you to measure and source volts, resistance temperature detectors, thermocouples, and ohms.
  • A thermocouple (TC) input/output terminal and internal isothermal block with automatic reference- junction temperature compensation.
  • Storage and recall of 8 setups.
  • Manual stepping and automatic stepping and ramping.

Temperature Calibrators

The Fluke 724/GOV temperature calibrators deliver outstanding performance, durability and reliability. These calibrators are compact, lightweight and easy to carry and with a push-button interface and are easy to use. Each calibrator is EMI tolerant, dust- and splashresistant and features a removable battery door for quick battery changes.

Auto-step and auto-ramp features support remote testing.

Simulating a Thermocouple

 

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Electrothermal CMUV Electromantles: For Large Volume Flask and Funnels

Electrothermal CMUV Electromantles: For Large Volume Flask and Funnels

  • Element Temperature 450° C (842°F)
  • Patented air flow through ventilation slots in base of the case ensure a low, cool temperature to the touch
  • Coiled heating element, suspended within a thermal insulating cartridge, provides maximum heat transfer and support
  • Heating element can be turned on or off
  • Bottom outlet accommodates 60° funnels of various diameters
  • Aluminum case stove painted
  • Built-in electronic controller models

The CMUV Electromantles deliver the benefits of the CMU Electromantle, but do so for very large 60° funnels, as well as pear-shaped and round bottom flasks. This is achieved through a “V-shaped” design for the heating mantle, with funnels being accommodated through a bottom opening in the Electromantle base.

CMUV Electromantles have in built controls, heating control is provided by a built-in solid state Simmerstat energy regulator.

A unique “V-shaped” design of the heating mantle accommodates both pear-shaped and round-bottom flasks. Coiled heating element, suspended within a thermal insulating material, provides optimal heat transfer and support. Even when the heating element temperature is at 842°F (450°C), the outer casing remains cool to the touch.

Control heat throughout the mantle using three separate electrical circuits each controlled with its own dial switch. This enables independent temperature control of top, middle, and bottom of the flask. Two colored lights by each control dial indicate “power on” and “heat on.” Powder-coated aluminum housing makes it easy to clean.

Focus on Heating Mantles

Electrothermal has over 70 year’s heritage in the design and manufacture of Heating Mantles and is known throughout the world for producing high quality, robust and safe equipment. The range of Electromantles is diverse, offering a heating solution for most applications, including Electromantles for heating and stirring, multi-position, V-shaped and spill-proof.

Electromantle Guide

The Electrothermal series of heating mantles has been specifically designed to provide a comprehensive answer to heating fluids in round bottom flasks in the modern laboratory. The original “Electromantles” revolutionised round bottom flask heating by incorporating a coiled flexible heating element, which ingeniously wraps the heater around the flask to optimise heat transfer. For maximum safety, the flask is held away from direct contact with the heating element via a grounded earth screen. This design principle has stood the test of time and has been imitated the world over. With many years of experience, Electrothermal remains at the forefront of laboratory heating and its associated controlling technology.

Electrothermal CMUV Electromantles: For Large Volume Flask and Funnels

Electrothermal CMUV10/CL
Controlled 10L V-SHAPED MANTLE 230V UK AND EU PLUGS

Electrothermal CMUV10/CLX1
Controlled 10L V-SHAPED MANTLE 115V US PLUG

Electrothermal CMUV12/CL

Controlled 12L V-SHAPED MANTLE 230V UK AND EU PLUGS

Electrothermal CMUV12/CLX1
Controlled 12L V-SHAPED MANTLE 115V US PLUG

Electrothermal CMUV20/CL
Controlled 20L V-SHAPED MANTLE 230V UK AND EU PLUGS

Electrothermal CMUV20/CLX1
Controlled 20L V-SHAPED MANTLE 115V US PLUG

Electrothermal CMUV22/CL
Controlled 22L V-SHAPED MANTLE 230V UK AND EU PLUGS

Electrothermal CMUV22/CLX1
Controlled 22L V-SHAPED MANTLE 115V US PLUG

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