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TP400/700 Temperature Probe Simulator.

Price: $250.00
Simulates YSI 400 and 700 Series Probes simultaneously at 11 temperatures from ZERO to 45 ° C.
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Selected Information:
  • Setup     • Demonstrate      • Troubleshoot
  • Simulates 11 calibrated levels from 0 to 45°C (32 to 113°F).
  •       °C   0   20   25   30   35   36   37   38   39   40   45 
          °F   32   68   77   86   95   96.8   98.6   100.4   102.2   104   113 
  • Accurate within ±0.05°C at each setting.
  • Cables are available to connect the Simulator to many temperature measuring instruments.
  • Certificate of Conformance traceable to NIST is available.

    Additional Product Data:
    PDF Download the TP 400/700 Product Data Sheet


    The TP400/700 Temperature Probe Simulator is intended primarily for setup, demonstration, and troubleshooting temperature measuring instruments that use the YSI 400 and/or 700 Series, or equivalent Temperature Probes. When substituted for the probe, the Simulator provides precise and stable outputs for setup and testing of temperature measuring instruments. Since the Simulator eliminates the probe as a variable, you can quickly determine whether measurement problems are caused by the probe or the measuring instrument. Other useful applications include training personnel in the correct setup and operation of temperature measuring instruments and in quickly identifying a malfunctioning temperature probe.

    Fogg Temperature Probe Simulators contain thermally stable precision resistive networks. A rotary switch permits selection of eleven temperatures from 0°C to 45°C with an accuracy of ±0.05°C at each setting.  Simulated Temperatures are designated in both degrees Fahrenheit and Centigrade.

    Cables are available to connect the Simulator to most temperature measuring instruments. Typical instruments are electronic thermometers, patient monitors, infant incubators, hypothermia systems, and temperature controlled analytical laboratory instruments.

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