Stanford Research Systems SR630 Features:
B, E, J, K, R, S and T type thermocouples
0.1 °C resolution
Displays °C, °F, K and VDC
2,000 point memory
Four analog outputs proportional to temperature
GPIB, RS-232 and printer interfaces
The SR630 is a 16-channel thermocouple monitor designed to read, scan, print and log temperatures or voltages. You can use any one of seven standard thermocouple types to read temperatures from -200 °C to +1700 °C. For remote monitoring applications, the SR630 can time-stamp and store up to 2000 readings in non-volatile memory for later analysis.
Temperature readings from the SR630 can be viewed on the front panel or queried via the instrument's standard RS-232 or GPIB interfaces. In addition, the standard Centronics printer port provides convenient hardcopy output in either tabular or strip-chart format.
The SR630 can also be configured as a 16-channel DC voltmeter with full-scale ranges from 30 mV to 100 V (1 mV resolution). As a voltmeter, the unit has 0.05 % accuracy and 1 µV input offset drift. Each channel can be set independently to monitor either temperature or voltage, giving the SR630 even more flexibility in your application. Four rear-panel outputs are also available to provide a voltage proportional to the temperature of the first four input channels. The voltage outputs can be used to drive recorders or to control external instrumentation.
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