The Model 9009 includes two independently controlled temperature blocks. The hot block provides temperatures from 50°C to 350°C, while the cold block covers the range –15°C to 110°C. Each block is controlled by a precision Fluke Calibration temperature controller. These aren’t some off-the-shelf controllers we glued into a box. These are Fluke Calibration controllers from the leading temperature company in the world.
Each temperature block includes two wells with removable inserts. You can calibrate four probes at once, or you can calibrate two probes at the same time with an external reference (like Fluke’s Model 1521 LLK Thermometer), or you can use the two temperature wells to get quick “zero” and “span” references for transmitter calibrations.
Need portability and durability? The 9009 is housed in a tough Pelican™ case that is both airtight and watertight. It’s a small package weighing only 10 pounds, yet it fits everything you need, including a power cord and four extra inserts. Inserts are available to accommodate sensors of any size from 1/16″ (1.6 mm) to 7/16″ (11.1 mm). This rugged system can go anywhere.
Of course the 9009 also delivers the performance you expect from a Fluke Calibration temperature source. The cold block is calibrated to within ±0.2°C with stability of ±0.05°C. The hot block’s display is accurate to ±0.6°C with stability of ±0.05°C. A NIST-traceable calibration is included for each of the two test blocks.
For use with automated systems, the 9009 comes with an RS-232 connection and our Model 9930 Interface-it software, which allows you to control and monitor temperatures from your PC. For completely automated calibrations, Fluke Calibration’s MET/TEMP II software also integrates with the 9009.