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Fluke 754 Documenting Process Calibrator

The 754 is a power multifunction documenting calibrator that lets you download procedures, lists, and instructions created with software-or upload data for printing, archiving, and analysis. The 754 also features a powerful built in HART® interface capable of performing nearly all the day-to-day tasks you now perform with a separate communicator.

The 754 does the work of several tools: sourcing, simulating and measuring pressure, temperature, and electrical signals in one rugged, hand-held device. You'll fall in love with the new improved graphical screen, Li-on battery for longer life, USB port and new accessories to complete the package.

For documentation, the 754 automates calibration procedures and captures your data. And, of course, it helps you meet rigorous standards like ISO 9000, FDA, EPA and OSHA regulations.

The Fluke 754 offers simultaneous source and measure capabilities for all common process parameters. Create and execute automated procedures and automatically capture the results results. The USB interface enables two-way communication with popular PC-based instrumentation management applications. Additionally, the Fluke 754 has the ability to maintain and calibrate selected HART transmitters without a second tool.


HART Capabilities

  • Requires no external box or second tool for everyday HART calibration and maintenance

  • Offers fast HART communication

  • Supports popular models of HART transmitters, with more devise-specific command support than any other HART field calibrator

  • Works with multiple masters, burst mode, and multi-drop configurations

  • Is easy to update as additional instruments are added and new HART versions are released

  • Interrogate to determine device type, manufacturer, model, tag

  • Reconfigure the sensor mapping of dual sensor temperature transmitters

  • Read HART PV function and smart transmitter digital output while measuring analog mA output

  • Read and write HART configuration functions to make field adjustments to PV range points, damping, and other top-level configuration settings

  • Re-label smart transmitters by reading and writing to the HART tag field

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