REDwire Bridge calibration unit is both easy to use and precise

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The BN100A bridge calibration unit can calibrate measuring equipment and measurement chains.

Durham Instruments can supply the BN100A bridge calibration unit from HBM. This highly precise calibrator has the capability to calibrate measuring equipment and measurement chains. Its ease of use and accuracy make it a top choice when calibration is required.

How it works

When calibrating digital precision instruments, the unit can be inserted in the measuring system in place of the transducer (full bridge), or it can be connected to the measuring instrument. In both cases, the unit simulates the output signals of the transducer in a range of ±100mV/V, with the aid of switchable inductive dividers. The simulation of the transducer signals is precise thanks to a control circuit, which also reduces the low error of the inductive divider stages. The full accuracy of the BN100A only comes into effect when it is connected in the six-wire circuit.

A trusted source

The BN100A bridge calibration unit is just one of the many high-quality measurement solutions from HBM, a company that has built a globally respected reputation in the test and measurement field thanks to the reliability and accuracy of its products. Durham Instruments is proud to carry the bridge calibration unit as part of its portfolio of products from HBM. Multiple calibration systems, data acquisition products, displays, panel meters, sensors, transducers, transmitters, gauges, signal conditioners, load cells, software and more are also part of this portfolio.

Durham Instruments is a top source for measurement solutions in Canada. Backed by more than 30 years of experience in the instrumentation field, the Pickering, Ont.-based company offers expert solutions for any measuring problem. Its instrument specialists possess the right tools and knowledge to ensure customer needs are met.

To learn more, contact Durham Instruments.

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