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HOW TO WORK WITH BEAMEX CALIBRATOR :

Updated: Nov 13, 2020

In this article, you will learn how to work with beamex calibrator in easy way.


Beamex is a producer of different type of calibrator. They provide a wide range of solution for the calibration of an instruments. Click on Beamex to know more about them and their list of services for instrument calibration.


Here, in this article, we will be going to learn about Beamex MC6 calibrator and how to work with it.


In my recent post, I have covered an article on the calibration of level, pressure, temperature and flow transmitter. Click on each to know more about calibration. There other types of calibrator are available in the market but, the way beamex calibrator provide all the feature and its simplified usage is unique.


Using Beamex MC6 you can calibrate HART type, Foundation Fieldbus type and Profibus type transmitter.


You can also calibrate different types of switches and can generate all the report of the calibration. You can use that report as a reference for the future comparison.


Using Beamex MC6 you can provide power from the calibrator itself, You do not require any external power source.


In the below figure you can see the connection for the pressure module mounted on the top of the calibrator. Here, you can use external pressure port and also there are three other port by which you can connect the pressure port.


Here, in the below figure you can see side view of the calibrator where you can connect the Ethernet and USB to transfer data to our PC also you can connect it with Temperature block using USB to the serial communication method to transfer the data.

Here you can see the one more front view of the beamex calibrator where you can find connection port for the RTD, Thermocouple and also connection point for the HART, FIELDBUS and PROFIBUS type transmitter.

Different modes are available on the display where you can access everything.

Also you can see that display interface is so easy to use and come with carry bag for hurdle less experience in the field.


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