ITC series dry-block calibrators feature a slim and rugged design and utilize the intuitive user interface, clear LCD display, and the functionality of the successful CTC series. ITC also employs a state-of-the-art dual zone heating block and MVI circuitry that has been adopted from the ATC series. The MVI circuitry ensures stable temperatures even when the mains supply is unstable.
The Ametek ITC series is designed for both on-site and maintenance shop use. The applications are generally critical process control but can vary based on calibration and testing requirements.
The ITC series dry-block calibrators are available in 3 different temperature ranges and all models are equipped with RS232 seial communication capabilities. The standard delivery also includes the JOFRACAL calibration PC software.
ITC-320 and ITC-650 dual-zone heating block
The specialized block design of the ITC-320 and ITC-650 increases the temperature homogeneity in the critical calibration zone. It also minimizes the need to insulate the sensors-under-test and makes it possible to calibrate liquid-filled and other mechanical sensors.
The main, or lower, zone ensures optimum heat dissipation throughout the entire block. The secondary, or upper, zone compensates for the heat loss from the top of the block and from the sensor-under-test.
ITC-155 heating/cooling block
The model ITC-155 features improved Peltier elements that employ a “multi-stage technology”. This both improves efficiency and extends the useful life of the heating/cooling block.
Easy-to-use, intuitive operation
All instrument controls may be performed from the front panel. The heat source is positioned away from the panel. This design helps to protect the operator. The main functions on the ITC series are designed with one-key-one-function logic. This means that there are no sub-menus or difficlut to rememeber multiple keystrokes necessary to access primary functions.
The easy-to-read, backlit display features dedicated icons, which help in identifying instrument conditions and operational steps.