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Stanford SR630 Thermocouple Monitor

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Stanford SR630 Thermocouple Monitor

Stanford Research Systems

The SR630 is a 16-channel thermocouple monitor designed to read, scan, print and log temperatures or voltages. You can use any one of the 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.

Features:

  • 16 channels
  • B, E, J, K, R, S and T type thermocouples
  • 0.1°C resolution
  • Displays °C, °F, K and VDC
  • 2,000 point non-volatile memory
  • Four analog outputs proportional to temperature
  • GPIB, RS232 and printer interfaces

The SR630 can also be configured as a 16-channel DC voltmeter with full-scale ranges from 30mW to 100V (1mV resolution). As a voltmeter, the unit has 0.05% accuracy and 1µV 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.

                            

           SR630 datasheet                                          Read more on Stanford's website