Fluke 5520A High Performance Multi-Product Calibrator

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Fluke Calibration 5520A
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The Fluke 5520A High Performance Multi-Product Calibrator sources direct voltage and current, alternating voltage and current with multiple waveforms and harmonics, two simultaneous voltage outputs or voltage and current to simulate dc and ac power with phase control, resistance, capacitance, thermocouples and RTDs. The Fluke 5520A can also measure thermocouple temperature, humidity (with probe) and pressure using one of 28 Fluke Calibration 700 Series pressure modules. Three options add the capability to calibrate oscilloscopes up to 1.1 GHz. And the 5520A-PQ Power Quality Option enables the 5520A to calibrate power quality instrumentation to the standards of the IEC and other regulatory agencies.


Warm up Time  Twice the time since last warmed up, to a maximum of 30 minutes
Settling Time Less than 5 seconds for all functions and ranges except as noted
Standard Interfaces  IEEE-488 (GPIB), RS-232
Temperature Performance
Operating: 0°C to 50°C
Calibration (tcal): 15°C to 35°C
Storage: -20°C to 70°C
Temperature Coefficient  Temperature coefficient for temperatures outside tcal ± 5°C is 10% of the 90-day specification (or 1-year, as applicable) per °C
Relative Humidity Operating: <80% to 30°C, <70% to 40°C, <40% to 50°C
Storage:<95%, non-condensing
Altitude Operating: 3,050m (10,000 ft) maximum
Non-operating: 12,200m (40,000 ft) maximum
Safety  12,200m (40,000 ft) maximum
Analog Low Isolation  20V
EMC  Designed to comply with IEC 61326-1/1997
Line Power Line Voltage (selectable): 100V, 120V, 220V, 240V
Line Frequency: 47 to 63 Hz
Line Voltage Variation: +10% about line voltage setting
Power Consumption  600 VA
Dimensions Height: 17.8 cm (7 in), standard rack increment, plus 1.5 cm (0.6 in) for feet on bottom of unit
Width: 43.2 cm (17 in), standard rack width
Depth: 47.3 cm (18.6 in) overall
Weight (without options)  22 kg (49 lbs.)
Absolute Uncertainty Definition  5500A and 5520A uncertainty specifications include stability, temperature coefficient, linearity, line and load regulation, and the traceability of the external standards used for calibration. You do not need to add anything to determine the total uncertainty of your calibrator for the temperature range indicated.
Specification Confidence Interval  > 99%