The TTI-7 is a very high accuracy, multi-purpose digital thermometer for both platinum resistance thermometers and thermocouples. Laboratory users will welcome the features that eliminate Thermal EMF Errors and Self Heating Errors, along with provision to store the calibration data of up to 20 PRT probes. The rugged aluminum case, internal battery pack, and integrated power supply ensure reliable portable field use for demanding measurement applications, all at a great value.
Dual Channel Input allows a probe on Channel B to be calibrated against a standard on Channel A - directly compare any combination of PRT and Thermocouple. The TTI-7 supports ten thermocouple Types: B,C, D, E, J, K, N, R, S and T, and Pt100 thermometers. Connect up to 16 sensors via the optional switchboxes, Model 954 and 958.
Data Logging and Statistical Analysis The TTI-7 includes a built-in data logger, internally storing up to 4,000 date- and time-stamped readings. Recall the data from the front panel, or send to a PC or Printer via the PC interface, which is included as standard. The powerful math function enables statistical analysis of the captured data, mean, max, min, peak and standard deviation.
Usability Ease of use, password protected digital calibration and a large clear back-lit LCD graphics panel ensure that the TTI-7 is a delight to use. Resistance thermometer connections are via LEMO connectors. Both sub miniature thermocouple and standard thermocouple plugs are accepted directly into the thermocouple inputs with no need for further adapters.
Why the TTI-7? The TTI-7 has the features you need for high accuracy temperature measurement. With resistance thermometers used at high temperatures, unwanted thermal EMFs are generated. The TTI-7 can take two measurements, switching the polarity, then computing the average to eliminate this error source. Many other instruments lack the ability to eliminate thermal EMFs. The thermal EMF error can be greater than the quoted accuracy of an instrument. If you need small measurement uncertainty for high-temperature PRT work, you need this feature.
The TTI-7 Uncertainty of Measurement (1 Year) in the range -100°C to 500°C is 0.01°C. Watch for specifications that quote the value at -100°C and then get larger as the temperature rises. The TTI-7 is optimized over the most frequently used temperature range. For thermocouple measurements, the automatic CJC is far better than 0.1°C at 20°C. Great design care was taken, and both thermocouple inputs are measured with separate Pt100 sensors. This approach gives outstanding CJC performance.