EVERETT, Wash., Oct. 28, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Fluke Calibration introduces the new 50 MHz Wideband Option for the 5730A High-Performance Multifunction Calibrator. The option provides expanded wideband capabilities to self-maintaining laboratories by providing a method to calibrate the 50 MHz input of the 5790B AC Measurement Standard. This is accomplished by characterizing the 5730A's 50 MHz output using a precision thermal voltage converter (TVC), thus reducing uncertainties to calibrate the 5790B.
Download the Fluke Calibration whitepaper "Verifying the Wideband Input of an AC Measurement Standard" to learn more about this calibration process.
The new 50 MHz option also allows laboratories to expand their wideband capabilities to allow for calibration of devices such as 50 MHz RF voltmeters. It features improved specifications that will helps increase test uncertainty ratios (TURs) and increase test confidence while reducing the need to guardband.
To learn more about Fluke Calibration 5730A 50 MHz High Performance Multifunction Calibrator, visit www.flukecal.com/5730A.
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