DPI610PC / 615PC Pneumatic Pressure Calibrator - DESCRIPTION
by Druck

Featuring highly reliable pneumatic and hydraulic assemblies and self-test routines, the DPI 610/615 Series can be relied upon time and time again for field calibration in the most extreme conditions.

In addition, the DPI 610 / 615 Calibrators have a rugged weatherproof design, which is styled such that the pressure pump can be operated and test leads connected without compromising the visibility of the large dual parameter display. The DPI 610 / 615 Calibrators feature mA step and ramp outputs and built-in continuity testers which extend the capabilities to include the commissioning and maintenance of control loops.

The DPI 610 and DPI 615 have been designed for ease of use whilst meeting a wide range of application needs including calibration, maintenance and commissioning. The Intrinsically Safe versions, certified to European and North American standards for use in hazardous areas, reduce response times to breakdowns and emergencies by removing the need for ’Hot Permits‘ and gas detection equipment. This gives peace of mind to all those responsible for safety within hazardous areas.

The dual parameter display shows the Input and Output values in large clear digits. A unique integral handle provides a secure grip for on-site use in addition to a shoulder strap which is also designed to allow the instrument to be suspended for hands-free operation.

Any technician can use these calibrators without formal training, such as a novice on an emergency call out, or those familiar with the DPI 601 (first generation Druck Portable Digital Calibrator). By selecting basic mode the calibrator is configured to source pressure and measure mA or V, with all non-essential keys disabled.

Pneumatic and Hydraulic Versions Available

The DPI 610 / 615 Calibrators are available as a pneumatic calibrators with pressure ranges from -22 inHg to 300 psi with an internal pump that generates both pressure and vacuum. The pneumatic calibrator is compatible with most common gases. The hydraulic calibrator generates pressures up to 6000 psi via an internal screw pump and can read up to 10,000 psi from an external source. It is compatible with demineralized water and most hydraulic oils.

The standard instrument package includes carrying case, rechargeable battery pack with charger, calibration certificate, manual, electrical leads, and other required components such as pump, volume adjuster, and vent valve (depending upon calibrator model).