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9190A Ultra-Cool Field Metrology Well
© 2013 Fluke Corporation Fluke 9190A Ultra-Cool Field Metrology Well A Ultra-Cool Field Metrology Well Product positioning Typical applications Key features & benefits Product overview Workload Product features Euramet/cg-13 overview Summary specs Standard equipment & options
© 2013 Fluke Corporation Fluke 9190A Ultra-Cool Field Metrology Well A Product Positioning The most stable cold temperature dry-block calibrator you can buy Wide temperature range: –95 ºC to 140 ºC Brackets the coldest & highest temperatures required for most pharmaceutical, biomedical and food processing applications Best-in-class stability: ±0.015 ºC full range 2x better than the competition Ideal for applications that demand strict quality control and regulatory process compliance Great for cleanroom environments Faster heating & cooling rates than a bath Easier to transport No bath fluids that can spill and give off vapors When temperatures stay stable during calibration, you can be confident results are accurate
© 2013 Fluke Corporation Fluke 9190A Ultra-Cool Field Metrology Well A Typical Applications IndustryApplications PharmaceuticalLaboratory refrigerators, Freezers, Cleanrooms, Steam-in-place (SIP), Freeze-drying BiomedicalMedical freezers, Sample and culture storage, Blood banks, Sterilizers (autoclaves), Quality monitoring Food ProcessingProcess control sensors, Transmitters, Freeze- drying Test & Measurement3 rd party labs (on-site calibration) EnergyProcess control sensors
© 2013 Fluke Corporation Fluke 9190A Ultra-Cool Field Metrology Well A Key Features & Benefits FeatureBenefit Best stability and uniformity The 9190A stability is 2Xs better than competitor cold- temperature drywells. When using an external reference thermometer, stability & uniformity are the largest contributors to overall measurement uncertainty. A more stable temperature source means a more accurate calibration, which can equate to major savings (or cost depending on the situation). Speed to temperature The 9190A provides the fastest speed to temperature. While competitors use the same free piston Stirling cooler (FPSC), the 9190A requires less time to reach temperature and stabilize. This is due to Fluke Calibration refrigeration expertise and proprietary controller technology. Reference temperature control This feature reduces uncertainties due to axial gradients when calibrating short sensors. Process inputs The 9190A with “process” option provides a complete calibration with a single tool. There’s no need to carry extra gear when performing on-site calibrations. Ergonomics and industrial design Built-in handles make the 9190A easier and safer to carry than a bail-style handle.
© 2013 Fluke Corporation Fluke 9190A Ultra-Cool Field Metrology Well A Product Overview –95 ºC to 140 ºC Field Metrology Well Fast cooling time: reaches –95 ºC in 90 minutes Temperature stability of ±0.015 ºC (2x’s better than competition) Two models: 9190A, 9190A-P 9190A-P “process” option includes: reference thermometer input, RTD input, TC input, 4-20 mA measure, 24 Vdc loop power supply UI translations: C,J,K,F,G,S,P,R Weight: 16 kg (35 lbs.) Best measurement practices: Conforms to EURAMET cg-13
© 2013 Fluke Corporation Fluke 9190A Ultra-Cool Field Metrology Well A Product Overview 4-20mA Connectors Power a 4-20 mA transmitter from the drywell. Supplies 24 Vdc loop power. Optional Process Inputs 4-Wire PRT/RTD Input Reads a 4-wire, 3-wire, or 2-wire PRT/RTD Accuracy ±0.02 ºC mA Circuit Fuses Thermocouple Input Accepts common thermocouples with mini-jack termination Types: J,K,T,E,R,S,M,L,U,N,C Reference Thermometer Input Automatically reads Fluke Calibration PRTs terminated with a “smart” connector Accuracy ±0.01 ºC at –95 ºC
© 2013 Fluke Corporation Fluke 9190A Ultra-Cool Field Metrology Well A Product Overview Example: Reference thermometer and UUT (4-wire RTD) connection Reads reference thermometer and one UUT simultaneously (RTD or TC) Accommodates 2-, 3- and 4-wire connection Displays both reference thermometer temperature and UUT simultaneously Optional Process Inputs
© 2013 Fluke Corporation Fluke 9190A Ultra-Cool Field Metrology Well A Product Overview Standard PC Interface RS-232 (9-pin) USB serial connector Power Entry Module Mains power cord receptacle Power switch System fuses Dedicated set point key Toggle between ºC / ºF
© 2013 Fluke Corporation Fluke 9190A Ultra-Cool Field Metrology Well A Workload Industrial RTDs/PRTs Freezer probes Thermocouples (common types: T, N, E & J) Temperature transmitters Digital thermometers Dial thermometers Food thermometers Sanitary sensors Mercury thermometers (less common) Downhole thermometer
© 2013 Fluke Corporation Fluke 9190A Ultra-Cool Field Metrology Well A Features Reference sensor control (–P version only) Setpoint temperature control can be passed from the internal sensor to an external reference PRT connected to the Reference Probe input The 9190A controls the well temperature based on its measurement and position inside the well This feature can minimize the effects of the axial gradient when the reference/control PRT is aligned with sensors that don’t reach the bottom of the well Dual heater zone Active heater zone control compensates for differential temperatures between zones Minimizes axial temperature gradients
© 2013 Fluke Corporation Fluke 9190A Ultra-Cool Field Metrology Well A Features Ramp & Soak – allows user to define up to 8 setpoint temperatures and automatically ramp to and “soak” at each setpoint temperature. No. Setpoints – select the number of setpoints (up to eight) Soak Time – select the soak time duration in minutes after the well temperature settles within a user-specified Stability Limit No. of Cycles – the number of cycles that the program is repeated Direction – controls whether the setpoints are sequenced in one direction (ascending from 1 to 8) or in both directions (ascending from 1 to 8 and then descending from 8 to 1) before the sequence is repeated. Ramp Soak Ramp Soak
© 2013 Fluke Corporation Fluke 9190A Ultra-Cool Field Metrology Well A Features Stability indicator Visually shows if the block temperature is stable and within the Stability Limits defined by the user When the well temperature is NOT within the Stability Limits, the indicator shows as a wavy line When the temperature is within the Stability Limits, the indicator shows as a flat line; indicating that a measurement can be made Stability Indicator Flat line indicates stable temperature within stability limits
© 2013 Fluke Corporation Fluke 9190A Ultra-Cool Field Metrology Well A Features Ergonomics & industrial design Two-handed carry Built-in handles on front and back Security levels The 9190A has two user-level access security levels (Low and High) to protect from undesired changes to the settings Low – protects the specific metrological information and calibration information settings High – Protects all operating parameters.
© 2013 Fluke Corporation Fluke 9190A Ultra-Cool Field Metrology Well A Stirling Cooler Stirling Cooler Section View Free Piston Stirling Cooler The piston is fixed to a magnet that is driven by a linear motor at a frequency of around 80Hz The displacer is driven by the pressure differential, acting on the rod assembly, created by the piston motion and transmitted through the refrigerant to maintain the displacer at a constant phase angle to the piston This piston action, repeatedly compresses and expands the refrigerant, and creates a warm (compression) and a cool (expansion) space. This is the Stirling Cycle. The piston and the displacer are not connected mechanically and are free to move relative to each other
© 2013 Fluke Corporation Fluke 9190A Ultra-Cool Field Metrology Well A Stirling Cooler FYI Liquid refrigerant flows from the condenser to the well (requires gravity) For this purpose, the condenser is positioned above the well 9190A must remain on a relatively flat, horizontal position to function properly FPSC Insulated condenser FPSC Calibration Well
© 2013 Fluke Corporation Fluke 9190A Ultra-Cool Field Metrology Well 17 EURAMET cg-13 Conformance to EURAMET cg-13 Calibration of Temperature Block Calibrators Key terminology: –Stability over time –Axial homogeneity –Radial homogeneity –Loading –Hysteresis Gives guidance on measurement practices for the purpose of producing calibration results that can be recognized and accepted throughout Europe The approaches taken are not mandatory A means of promoting a consistent approach to good measurement practice
© 2013 Fluke Corporation Fluke 9190A Ultra-Cool Field Metrology Well 18 EURAMET cg-13 – Stability
© 2013 Fluke Corporation Fluke 9190A Ultra-Cool Field Metrology Well 19 EURAMET cg-13 – Axial Uniformity Axial Uniformity – Variation in the temperature along the axial length of the insert (block) within the measurement zone.
© 2013 Fluke Corporation Fluke 9190A Ultra-Cool Field Metrology Well 20 EURAMET cg-13 – Radial Uniformity Reference probe Gradient probe Radial Uniformity – Variation in the temperature between different wells of the insert (block) within the measurement zone.
© 2013 Fluke Corporation Fluke 9190A Ultra-Cool Field Metrology Well 21 EURAMET cg-13 – Thermal Loading Thermal Loading Additional heat loss due to increased numbers or size of thermometers Creates a shift in the temperature gradient in the sleeve (block) of the drywell The Temperature Controller cannot completely compensate for this shift The result can be a temperature error that is particularly apparent in the Direct Mode (i.e. no reference thermometer)
© 2013 Fluke Corporation Fluke 9190A Ultra-Cool Field Metrology Well 22 EURAMET cg-13 – Thermal Loading Measurement - Direct Mode
© 2013 Fluke Corporation Fluke 9190A Ultra-Cool Field Metrology Well 23 EURAMET cg-13 – Hysteresis
© 2013 Fluke Corporation Fluke 9190A Ultra-Cool Field Metrology Well A Base Unit Specifications
© 2013 Fluke Corporation Fluke 9190A Ultra-Cool Field Metrology Well A Optional Process Electronics Specs
© 2013 Fluke Corporation Fluke 9190A Ultra-Cool Field Metrology Well A Standard Equipment Included in the box
© 2013 Fluke Corporation Fluke 9190A Ultra-Cool Field Metrology Well A Optional Equipment Item Model Description 9190A-CASE9190A Carrying Case 9190-INSA9190A Insert A, imperial miscellaneous holes 9190-INSB9190A Insert B, imperial comparison holes 9190-INSC9190A Insert C, 0.25 inch holes 9190-INSD9190A Insert D, metric comparison holes 9190-INSE9190A Insert E, metric miscellaneous holes with 0.25 inch hole 9190-INSF9190A Insert F, metric comparison miscellaneous holes with 0.25 inch hole 9190-INSY19190A Insert Y, custom insert with blank insulator 9190-INSY29190A Insert Y, custom insert with custom insulator 9190-INSZ9190A Insert Z, blank insert 9190A Inserts 9190A Case
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