Additel’s 673 Advanced Digital Pressure Calibrators will redefine the way you want to measure and calibrate pressure readings and devices! With wireless remote connectivity, microprocessor technology, state of-the-art silicon pressure sensors and onboard storage capacity, these attractive and fully temperature compensated calibrators will provide the performance, durability and reliability you’ve come to expect from genuine Additel products. The all new modern menu structure and control interface brings a new and refreshing experience to pressure calibration work. This completely new way of interfacing with our pressure calibrators makes the ADT673 a real pleasure to use. The handy Additel Link app gives users the ability to remotely monitor these calibrators from the convenience of a personal device or cell phone. With an abundance of options to choose from, you can configure these pressure calibrators to precisely fit your specific pressure calibration and measurement needs. With an IP67 rating, you will find that these amazing pressure calibrators can be used in the field or laboratory to meet the most demanding pressure calibration needs.
A Modern User Experience:
Additel has gone above and beyond to provide our customers with the best possible experience when using this new and revolutionary calibrator. The 3.4 inch color touchscreen display comes with a protective replaceable tempered glass screen and is a refreshing update to the traditional push button or blister pad interface. With an easy to navigate menu structure and fast touchscreen response, you will find these ADT673 calibrators simple yet powerful to use. The easy to read display isn’t just fun to use, but it’s built rugged to handle the demands of a busy technician in the field or the laboratory.
HART Field Communicator:
With full support for HART communication protocols, the ADT673 Advanced Digital Pressure Calibrators provide a pressure calibration solution for transmitters over a wide pressure range. The ADT673 is a very portable device and can measure pressure precisely with a built-in pressure sensor, as well as read the current or mV produced by a transducer. It can even supply an excitation voltage (loop power) to power sensors or transmitters during calibration.