Epsilon Technology Corp. Datasheets for Calibration Instruments
Calibration instruments use electrical signals or physical quantities to calibrate sensors and meters. Devices that produce electrical signals can serve as precise meters for sensor calibration, or send output signals to other devices.
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|A high accuracy, higher speed meter that allows multiple calibrated ranges. Optionally, the DSM-Plus can be configured with two channels to read force and strain. This is a simple, low...|
|Epsilon’s axial torsional calibrator features 50 microinches (0.001 mm) resolution and has 2 inches (50 mm) of measuring range axial and torsional rotation where 0.050 inch (1.27 mm) of linear...|
|Epsilon’s very high resolution calibrator features 0.8 microinches (20 nanometers) resolution and has 2 inches (50 mm) of measuring range. The 3590VHR is provided with a netbook PC and software...|
|Shunt calibration modules are a means of transferring Epsilon’s transducer calibration to a customer's electronics, so the output reads correctly. A very common method of calibrating electronics for use with...|
|When it comes time to calibrate your extensometers, these calibrators are easier to use and faster than any others on the market. They have enough measuring range to calibrate nearly...|