At the end of 2019, Meatest introduced two new Multifunction calibrators model 9010 and 9020 to replace for M140 and M142 respectively. Compared to the two previous predecessors, 9010 and 9020 have many more significant improvements, helping users to achieve greater efficiency at work.

Model 9010 and M142

About the multi-function calibration device 9010 and 9020 Meatest

The Model 9010 and 9020 are new products from Meatest, this is Multifunction calibrator devices, serving for the calibration and testing of measuring equipment in the field of electricity. The device is capable of generating standard electrical parameters with basic accuracy of 35ppm for model 9010 and 10ppm for model 9020, respectively.

At features, the new device series 9010 and 9020 continue to own the special features of the old M142 and M140 product lines such as: Generator AC/DC voltage; generator AC/DC current; test and calibration resistance meter, capacitance and frequency counter; check RTD temperature sensor; built-in multimeter.

In particular, new features are also added for 2 new products:

+ Oscilloscope test function with signal frequency up to 400MHz.

+ High voltage resistance option for 1,5kV insulation tester

+ Integrated communication standards RS232, LAN, USB, GP-IB

 Like M142 and M140, the 9010 and 9020 still have the function of testing the current clamp using the current coil option 140-50 (current coil x25 / x50).

Basic Specification:

  • DC/AC Voltage Ranges: 1mV – 1050V
  • DC/AC Current Ranges: 1µA – 20A ( up to 1000A with current coil option 140-50)
  • Resistance: 0 - 1GΩ
  • Capacitance: 220pF – 120mF
  • Insulation Resistance: 100kΩ - 100GΩ
  • Generator Frequency:  0,1Hz – 400MHz

With these features above, Meatest's new 9010 and 9020 multi-function calibration device has overcome the functional shortcomings of the old M140 and M142 series. Now, with just one device, you can fulfill most of the requirements for testing electrical measurement devices

All functions, in the same device, will bring convenience and significant savings when building an electrical calibration laboratory.

Source: TMC


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