Fluke Calibrator – Time to upgrade to a PIE Calibrator

A Fluke calibrator for process instruments is large with lots of buttons versus the small size and easy to use interface of a PIE Calibrator. The Fluke 725 and Fluke 726 process calibrators require complicated hookups with easily lost jumper wires for RTD connections while the PIE 820 & PIE 830 use true 2, 3 & 4 wire connections. The Fluke 714, Fluke 714B thermocouple calibrators and the Fluke 724 Thermocouple/RTD calibrator require miniature thermocouple connectors to plug in wires while the PIE 422 and PIE 525B accept bare thermocouple wires under screws as well as miniature thermocouple connectors.

Find hidden problems in 4 to 20 milliamp loops, broken wires from RTD sensors and excessive loop loads with troubleshooting features found only on PIE calibrators. Upgrade your Fluke process calibrator with a PIE Evolutionary Calibrator and see how much easier it is to use and how much time you save on each calibration.

Fluke Calibrator upgrade to PIE

Type
Fluke Model
Upgrade to PIE Model
MultifunctionFluke 725PIE 830
MultifunctionFluke 726PIE 830
ThermocoupleFluke 714 or Fluke 714BPIE 422
RTDFluke 712 or Fluke 712BPIE 311
Thermocouple & RTDFluke 724PIE 525B
MilliampFluke 705PIE 334
MilliampFluke 707PIE 434
MilliampFluke 709PIE 434
Milliamp & VoltageFluke 715PIE 532
Thermocouple & mAFluke 714BPIE 422Plus
RTD & mAFluke 712BPIE 311Plus