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Manual: DL8601 Revision: Rev D 12/12

DataLogger
Calibration Test
Stand
Operators
Manual
Thank you for purchasing this McElroy product.
The DataLogger Calibration Test Stand is used to calibrate
and certify a DataLogger device. The calibration is done to
ensure accuracy of the device. For assistance with the test
stand, please contact McElroy Manufacturing, Inc.
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World Class Training
This manual is intended as a guide only and does not
take the place of proper training by qualified instructors.
The information in this manual is not all inclusive and
can not encompass all possible situations that can be
encountered during various operations.
McElroy Manufacturing, Inc., offers advanced training
classes to enhance efficiency, productivity, safety and
quality. Training is available at our facility or on site at
your location. Call (918) 836 8611
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Introduction
Warranty
LIMITED WARRANTY
McElroy Manufacturing, Inc. (McElroy) warrants all
products manufactured, sold and repaired by it to be
free from defects in materials and workmanship, its
obligation under this warranty being limited to repairing
or replacing at its factory and new products, within
3 years after shipment, with the exception of purchased
items (such as electronic devices, pumps, switches, etc.),
in which case that manufacturers warranty applies.
Warranty applies when returned freight is prepaid and
which, upon examination, shall disclose to have been
defective. This warranty does not apply to any product
or component which has been repaired or altered by
anyone other than McElroy or has become damaged
due to misuse, negligence or casualty, or has not been
operated or maintained according to McElroys printed
instructions and warnings. This warranty is expressly
in lieu of all other warranties expressed or implied.
The remedies of the Buyer are the exclusive and sole
remedies available and Buyer shall not be entitled to
receive any incidental or consequential damages. Buyer
waives the benefit of any rule that disclaimer of warranty
shall be construed against McElroy and agrees that such
disclaimers herein shall be construed liberally in favor of
McElroy.
RETURN OF GOODS
Buyer agrees not to return goods for any reason except
upon the written consent of McElroy obtained in advance
of such return, which consent, if given, shall specify the
terms and conditions and charges upon which any such
return may be made. Materials returned to McElroy, for
warranty work, repair, etc., must have a Return Material
Authorization (RMA) number, and be so noted on the
package at time of shipment. For assistance, inquiry shall
be directed to:
McElroy Manufacturing, Inc.
P.O. Box 580550
833 North Fulton Street Tulsa, Oklahoma 74158-0550
PHONE: (918) 8368611, FAX: (918) 8319285.
EMAIL: fusion@McElroy.com
Note: Certain repairs, warranty work, and inquiries may
be directed, at McElroys discretion, to an authorized
service center or distributor.
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DISCLAIMER OF LIABILITY
McElroy accepts no responsibility of liability for fusion
joints. Operation and maintenance of the product is the
responsibility of others. We recommend qualified joining
procedures be followed when using McElroy fusion
equipment.
McElroy makes no other warranty of any kind whatever,
express or implied; and all implied warranties of
merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose
which exceed the aforestated obligation are hereby
disclaimed by McElroy.
PRODUCT IMPROVEMENT
McElroy reserves the right to make any changes in or
improvements on its products without incurring any
liability or obligation to update or change previously sold
machines and/or the accessories thereto.
INFORMATION DISCLOSED
No information of knowledge heretofore or hereafter
disclosed to McElroy in the performance of or in
connection with the terms hereof, shall be deemed
to be confidential or proprietary, unless otherwise
expressly agreed to in writing by McElroy and any such
information or knowledge shall be free from restrictions,
other than a claim for patent infringement, is part of the
consideration hereof.
PROPRIETARY RIGHTS
All proprietary rights pertaining to the equipment or
the components of the equipment to be delivered by
McElroy hereunder, and all patent rights therein, arising
prior to, or in the course of, or as a result of the design
or fabrication of the said product, are exclusively the
property of McElroy.
LAW APPLICABLE
All sales shall be governed by the Uniform Commercial
Code of Oklahoma, U.S.A.
Register your product online to activate your
warranty:www.McElroy.com/fusion
(Copy information listed on the machine nameplate here
for your records).
Model No.
Serial No.
Date Received
Distributor
Table of Contents
Equipment Safety
Safety Alerts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1
Read and Understand . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1
General Safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-2
Wear Safety Equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-2
Units With Hydraulics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-3
Electrical Safety. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-3
Heater is Hot . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-3
Calibrating the Heater Stand
Calibrating the Heater Stand . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-1

Calibration DL3
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-1
Update Firmware . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-1
Calibration Software . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-1
Calibration Data File . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-7
Calibration Certificate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-9
Calibration DL4
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-1
Connecting the Digital Pressure Sender to Your PC . . . . 4-1
Calibrating the Digital Pressure Sender . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-2
Firmware Update . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-3

Specifications
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-1



COPYRIGHT 2011,2012
McElroy Manufacturing, Inc.
Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA
All rights reserved
All product names or trademarks are property of their respective owners .All information,
illustrations and specifications in this manual are based on the latest information available at the
time of publication. The right is reserved to make changes at any time without notice.
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Equipment Safety
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Safety Alerts
This hazard alert sign appears in this manual.
When you see this sign, carefully read what it says.
YOUR SAFETY IS AT STAKE.
You will see the hazard alert sign with these words:
DANGER, WARNING, and CAUTION.
Indicates an imminently hazardous
situation which, if not avoided, will
result in death or serious injury.
Indicates a potentially hazardous
situation which, if not avoided, could
result in death or serious injury.
Indicates a hazardous situation which,
if not avoided, may result in minor or
moderate injury.
In this manual you should look for two other words:
NOTICE and IMPORTANT.
NOTICE: can keep you from doing something that might
damage the machine or someone's property. It may also
be used to alert against unsafe practices.
IMPORTANT: can help you do a better job or make
your job easier in some way.
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Read and Understand
Do not operate this equipment until you have carefully read,
and understand all the sections of this manual, and all other
equipment manuals that will be used with it.
Your safety and the safety of others depends upon care and
judgment in the operation of this equipment.
Follow all applicable federal, state, local, and industry specific
regulations.
McElroy Manufacturing, Inc. cannot anticipate every possible
circumstance that might involve a potential hazard. The
warnings in this manual and on the machine are therefore not all
inclusive. You must satisfy yourself that a procedure, tool, work
method, or operating technique is safe for you and others. You
should also ensure that the machine will not be damaged or
made unsafe by the method of operation or maintenance you
choose.
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General Safety
Safety is important. Report anything unusual that you notice
during set up or operation.
LISTEN for thumps, bumps, rattles, squeals, air leaks, or unusual
sounds.
SMELL odors like burning insulation, hot metal, burning rubber,
hot oil, or natural gas.
FEEL any changes in the way the equipment operates.
SEE problems with wiring and cables, hydraulic connections, or
other equipment.
REPORT anything you see, feel, smell, or hear that is different
from what you expect, or that you think may be unsafe.
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Wear Safety Equipment
Wear a hard hat, safety shoes, safety glasses, and other
applicable personal protective equipment.
Remove jewelry and rings, and do not wear loose fitting clothing
or long hair that could catch on controls or moving machinery.
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Equipment is Not Explosion Proof
DataLogger

Test Stand and equipment is not


explosion proof. Operation of equipment in a
hazardous environment may result in explosion
and death.
Do not operate this equipment in a hazardous environment.
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Units With Hydraulics
Although the hydraulic pressures in this machine are low compared to
some hydraulically operated equipment, it is important to remember
that a sudden hydraulic oil leak can cause serious injury, or even be
fatal if the pressure is high enough.
Escaping fluid under pressure can penetrate the skin
causing serious injury. Keep hands and body away
from pinholes which eject fluid under pressure. Use
a piece of cardboard or paper to search for leaks. If
any fluid is injected into the skin, it must be immediately
removed by a doctor familiar with this type of injury.
NOTICE: Wear safety glasses, and keep face clear of area when
bleeding air from hydraulic system to avoid spraying oil into eyes.
Heater Is Hot
The heater is hot and will burn clothing and skin.
Keep the heater in its insulated heater shroud when
not in use, and use care when heating the pipe.
NOTICE: Use only a clean non-synthetic cloth to clean the heater
plates.
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Equipment Safety
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Electrical Safety
Always ensure power cords are properly
grounded. It is important to remember that you
are working in a wet environment with electrical
devices. Proper ground connections help to
minimize the chances of an electric shock.
Frequently inspect electrical cords and unit for damage. Have
damaged components replaced and service performed by a
qualified electrician.
Do not carry electrical devices by the cord.
NOTICE: Always connect units to the proper power source as
listed on the unit, or in the owner's manual. On units with two
power cords, plug each cord into separate power circuits. Do not
plug into both outlets of one duplex receptacle.
NOTICE: Disconnect the machine from the power source before
attempting any maintenance or adjustment.
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Calibrating the Heater Stand
Calibrating the Heater Stand
Turn on the calibration heaters on the DL8701 and DL8702 calibration stand and allow them
to stabilize at their preset temperatures.
NOTICE: Avoid drafts, open doors, HVAC outlets, fans, etc. near the heater calibration stand.
Heater #4 is set to 550F and will take the longest to stabilize.
Beginning each day of calibrations, verify the accuracy of each heater by using the Fluke
drywell temperature calibrator, turning each heater enable switch OFF as the RTD is removed
from the heater butt plate and inserted into the Fluke tester. Turn on power to the Fluke Dry
Well and wait for it to indicate the process temperature. Press SET and use the and
keys to select the desired preset. Press SET again, then press and hold EXIT until the
display goes blank. The drywell thermostat should be set to the desired temperature (400F,
440F, 500F and 540F) and allowed to stabilize before checking the heater controllers.
These heaters should be maintained as closely as possible to the default preset temperatures so
that the tolerance zone of the DataLogger is centered around the test heater reading.
If the reading from the Fluke drywell calibrator varies from the temperature controller, it may be
adjusted to match the controllers display by entering or changing the PVOF (process variable
offset) parameter value in the temperature controller being calibrated.
Changing the PVOF parameter value
Note the difference between the readings and which is greater, then press and hold the
temperature controller SEL button down for six seconds until P is displayed. Press the
down-arrow button until the PVOF parameter is displayed. Press SEL to display the value
of PVOF. Enter a negative value if the Fluke calibrator reading is less than the temperature
controller and a positive value if the Fluke calibrator reading is higher than the temperature
controller. Press SEL to enter the new value. Press and hold SEL again (approximately three
seconds until the SV set temperature is displayed, then release and press once again. This
returns the display to the PV (process variable), which should now closely match the Fluke
calibrator.
Allow a few minutes to stabilize and repeat this procedure as necessary to match the readings.
Adjust as required until the heater controller and the calibrator readings match after stabilizing.
EXAMPLE: If the temperature controller reading is 10F higher than the calibrator, enter a value
of (-10) to PVOF to correct for the error. This should be allowed to stabilize for several minutes
and rechecked. If variance still exists, but the heater controller still displays 1F higher than the
Fluke calibrator, enter the PVOF parameter again and decrease the value by (-1), making the
final value (-11). If necessary, repeat this process to further modify the PVOF setting until the
readings match consistently.
When the readings match satisfactorily, remove the RTD from the Fluke drywell calibrator
and replace it in it respective heater. Return the respective heater enable switch to the ON
position. Repeat this process for all four heaters and allow all heaters to stabilize at the new
calibrated settings before attempting to calibrate the DataLogger.
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Calibration DL3
Introduction
This software guide outlines procedure for calibrating McElroy DL3-series DataLogger. It is not intended to instruct
fusion operator on pipe fusing procedure. If necessary, please refer to the DataLogger manual for Bluetooth
communication setup.
This document is to be kept confidential and only provided to McElroy authorized calibration centers and personnel.
Failure to comply with procedures outlined in this manual could cause data recording inaccuracy and invalid
documentation.
Each McElroy authorized calibration center is required to assign a calibration technician to be trained by McElroy
and certified to perform DL3 DataLogger calibration.
At the end of each calibration, the calibration technician is required to send a copy of the calibration data file to
McElroy at kchin@mcelroy.com for archive and documentation purposes.
McElroy reserves the right to conduct inspections of the calibration stand and calibration procedure performed by
the authorize calibration technician to ensure compliance and proficiency.
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Update Firmware
If it has been determined prior to the calibration procedure that the firmware is obsolete, refer to Instruction Sheet
DL1210101 and perform the procedure to update.
Insert the batteries to power up the DataLogger and check for the red flashing LED. This is automatic after a
firmware upgrade, but must be triggered with Calibration Plug DL9101 (DL6303 Wireless) or DL9102 (DL6304
Wired) if not upgraded.
Remove the pressure transducer from the coiled cord and insert the proper plug in the cable connector. When the
red LED flashes, remove the plug and proceed. It is recommended to leave the pressure transducer disconnected
from the DataLogger until the actual pressure calibration procedure begins.
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Calibration Software
DL3-PPC software version 0.2.3 and newer include the calibration
feature that enables each DL3 system (Recon and DataLogger
pair) to perform standalone calibration.
The software is written to guide the technician step-by-step.
Follow these steps to perform the calibration:
1. Tap Menu
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Calibration Software (continued)
2. Tap Settings...
3. Tap the word Port at least 4 times until the next screen appears.
4. Tap the thin grey line just below the heading "Check DataLogger"
to gain access to the next screen.
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Calibration Software (continued)
5. Bring up the keyboard to enter the access code calib1 and tap OK to
access the "Calibration Parameters" screen
6. In the "Calibration Parameter" screen, enter name of technician doing
the calibration.
Enter company who owns the calibration stand and employ's the
calibration stand.
Check to make sure time and date are correct. If not, follow the on
screen instructions to adjust date and time.
NOTICE: It is very important to ensure correct date and time in order to
generate an accurate calibration certificate.
7. Scroll down and enter each of the data field associated with the
pyrometer used as the temperature calibration standard.
Information required includes the model number, serial number,
certificate number and the expiration date of the NIST certified
instrument used as the temperature calibration standard.
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Calibration Software (continued)
8. Scroll down and enter each of the data field associated with the
pressure calibrator.
Information required includes the model number, serial number,
certificate number and expiration date of the NIST certified instrument
used as the pressure calibration standard.
9. Scroll down for the Pressure transducer serial number. This field is only
required for McElroy factory calibration and kept for inventory and
repair records. It is not required for subsequent calibrations.
10. These instructions refer to the buttons at the bottom of the page.
If for any reason the technician does not want to proceed with
calibration, data entered can be saved.
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Calibration DL3
Calibration Software (continued)
11. Scroll down for calibration instructions.
The DataLogger and Recon Bluetooth radio must have been paired
before proceeding. Please refer to the DataLogger manual for
instructions on pairing information.
Follow the on screen instructions to activate calibration mode on the
DataLogger.
Check and enter the serial number engraved on the side of the
DataLogger.
NOTICE: It is very important to ensure the correct serial number is entered.
12. Scroll down for the final step in the calibration parameter entry screen.
13. At this point, the Recon becomes the user interface for the DataLogger.
The DataLogger sends messages and instructions to guide the
calibration technician.
To begin the calibration process, press the multifunction button on the
DataLogger and follow the prompts on the screen.
The calibration procedure must be follow in full in order to generate a
complete and valid calibration certificate.
At the end of a properly executed calibration, a summary will be
presented, and the Recon sends an EXIT command to turn off the
DataLogger.
You may scroll up and down the screen to review the calibration steps
and prompts.
Tap the Exit button to end the session.
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Calibration Software (continued)
14. Tap Yes to exit calibration or tap No to continue reviewing calibration
data.
This concludes the calibration session, and the program goes back to
the "Settings" screen.
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Calibration DL3
Calibration Data File
Each calibration, complete or incomplete, produces a calibration data file.
The data file name starts with the DataLogger serial number, date and time of the calibration, and ends with a
.mdc file extension.
File name example: MDL3-0085 2008-10-09 at 09-27-36.mdc
Calibration data files are stored in the \My Documents\Calibration folder, and can be viewed on the Recon.
Follow these steps to view calibration data files:
1. Tap Menu
2. Tap Settings...
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Calibration Data File (continued)
3. Tap the word Port at least 4 times until the next screen appears.
4. Tap on View Calibration Data.
5. Click on the data file name of interest.
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Calibration Data File (continued)
6. Use the scroll bars to scroll through the contents of the summary and
session log.
Tap Exit when done.
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Calibration Certificate
Calibration certificates can be printed using the DL3-XP software on
Windows desktop and notebook PC. This is the same software used to view
and print joint reports.
Retrieving Calibration certificate requires the installation of MicroSoft Active-
Sync on the desk PC or laptop. Post calibration test should be performed
by connecting the PPC to the DataLogger and comparing temperature
and pressure readings to the preset heaters and pressure calibration gauge.
Perform a faux joint report by entering data necessary to trigger a
logging function and track a range of pressures by raising the pressure in the
pressure calibrator in steps to determine that the DataLogger is reading and
tracking temperature and pressure properly.
1. To open a calibration data file, click the folder icon or click File then
Open.
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Calibration Certificate (continued)
2. Calibration files are not displayed by default. Click the Files of Type arrow and select All Files (*.*) to reveal
data files with the ".mdc" file extension:
3. Select a data file to generate certificate by double-clicking the file name.
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Calibration Certificate (continued)
4. Once opened, the certificate can be inspected and printed by clicking the Printer icon.
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Calibration DL4
Introduction
This software guide outlines the procedure for calibrating a McElroy DL4 series DataLogger. It is not
intended to instruct a fusion operator on pipe fusing procedure.
This document is to be kept confidential and only provided to McElroy authorized calibration centers and
personnel.
Failure to comply with the procedures outline in this manual could cause data recording inaccuracy and
invalid documentation.
Each McElroy authorized calibration center is required to assign a calibration technician to be trained by
McElroy and certified to perform DL4 DataLogger calibration.
At the end of each calibration, the calibration technician is required to send a copy of the calibration data
file to McElroy at ldonaldson@mcelroy.com for archive and documentation purposes.
McElroy reserves the right to conduct inspections of the calibration stand and calibration procedure
performed by the authorized calibration technician to ensure compliance and proficiency.
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Connecting the Digital Pressure Sender to Your PC
To calibrate or update the firmware of your digital pressure sender, you must first connect it to your PC through your
PC's built in serial port or a USB to serial port converter.
If you have neither a built-in serial port nor a USB to serial port converter, McElroy recommends MKH00146 - USB
to serial port converter.
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Digital Pressure Sender
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Calibration DL4
Calibrating the Digital Pressure Sender
To calibrate your McElroy digital pressure sender, you
must first connect it to your PC see instructions in section
Connecting the Digital Pressure Sender to Your PC.
Once your digital pressure sender is connected to your PC,
start the McElroy DL4 Firmware Update and Calibration
Program. This program can be found your Start menus
McElroy folder.
Select the serial port name that corresponds to the physical port to which the digital pressure sender is connected.
If you have several serial ports, you may have to try each until the correct one is found. In the example below, USB
Serial Port (COM6) is the correct serial port. Your serial port may be different.
Click the open button and you should see the Serial #,
Calibration Date, Firmware Version, and other fields
populate with information about your pressure sender.
Click the calibration button.
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Calibrating the Digital Pressure Sender (continued)
Enter the information for all fields on the
Calibration Setup page, and then follow the
on-screen instructions.
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Firmware Update
To update your McElroy digital pressure senders firmware,
you must first connect it to your PC see instructions in
section Connecting the Digital Pressure Sender to Your
PC.
Once your digital pressure sender is connected to
your PC, start the McElroy DL4 Firmware Update and
Calibration Program. This program can be found your
Start menus McElroy folder.
Select the serial port name that corresponds to the physical port to which the digital pressure sender is connected.
If you have several serial ports, you may have to try each until the correct one is found. In the example below,
USB Serial Port (COM6) is the correct serial port. Your serial port may be different.
Click the open button and you should see the Serial #, Calibration Date, Firmware Version, and other fields
populate with information about your pressure sender.
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Firmware Update (continued)
Firmware updates may be found at McElroys sofware
download page. Click the Update Firmware button and
select the desired firmware file (.dl4f file). A dialog box
may appear with important information regarding this
firmware update. Some firmware updates may require
re-calibration.
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Specifications
Specifications
Size: 36" W x 24" D x 53" H (Rack Assembly)
Space Requirements: 2' x 3' Floor space
2' x 2' Bench top space, Adjacent to Rack Assembly (For Pressure Calibrator and
Fluke Temperature Calibration
Power Requirements: 2 x 15A Dedicated Circuits 110 - 125VAC (DL8701)
1 x 15A Dedicated Circuits 220 - 240VAC (DL8702)
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