Operate with Confidence in Extreme Environments
Introducing the Model 786 and Model 787 Calibrators, engineered to excel in the most challenging conditions, whether you're facing bone-chilling cold as low as -29°C. These ruggedly designed units take laboratory-level performance to the harshest of environments, setting new industry standards for precision and reliability.
Model 786 - The Ultimate Cold-Weather Calibrator
The Model 786 is your go-to calibrator for cold rooms and freezers, featuring an active internal environmental control system tailored to frigid conditions. Originally developed for the rigorous demands of the US Navy, it adheres to strict military standards, having undergone bench, bounce, and altitude testing. Encased in a high-impact resistant shell, this calibrator comes with a removable lid housing all essential accessories.
But it doesn't stop there. The 786 not only boasts a robust design but also offers unmatched protection and functionality. It provides unique reference channel input options, advanced data logging capabilities, and a host of other advanced features.
Model 787 - The Hotshot in High-Temperature Calibration
Meet the Model 787, engineered to redefine industry standards for high-temperature calibration. With a maximum operating temperature of 660°C, it accommodates a wide range of sensor types requiring calibration at elevated temperatures.
Like its cold-weather counterpart, the Model 787 was originally developed to meet the demanding requirements of the US Navy. It rigorously adheres to military standards, passing bench, bounce, and altitude testing with flying colors. Housed in a high-impact resistant shell with a removable lid for convenient accessory storage, the Model 787 outshines its competition in terms of protection and durability for terrain, transit, and storage.
Just like the Model 786, the Model 787 is loaded with advanced features, offering unique reference channel input options, robust datalogging capabilities, and more. When it comes to calibrators that can handle extreme conditions, the Model 787 stands unrivaled.