- 4 to 20mA or 0 to 10V ranges
- Set-points: 0, 10, 25, 50, 75, 90, 100% of range
- Accuracy 0.1% of range
- TxSim or RxTest modes
- Internal loop supply, 25mA maximum
- Auto-stepping mode: up/down/up, 0.5, 1, 2, 4, or 8 sec/step
- Battery powered 9V PP3, 40 hours typical use
- Supplied with carry case
- H5.5 x W2.5 x D1.2”, weight 0.4 lbs
The 7006 is a single function low-cost pocket sized unit, designed for test and calibration of process loops. Simplicity of operation is the key feature - no keypads or complicated selections. Engineers will be able to pick up the 7006 and get to work immediately. Just select 4 - 20mA or 10V loop, and TxSim, RxTest, or 0 to 10V DC simulation mode. Internal loop drive supply for powering the loop is also available if required.
As a loop simulator it acts as a source to provide the loop signals, 4 - 20mA or 0 - 10V. No complicated selection of the output, just operate up/down buttons to increase or decrease the signal. There are 7 set-points, 0%, 10%, 25%, 50%, 75%, 90%, 100%. Each is indicated on a high brightness LED and an audible beep sounds as you step between them. Auto-stepping mode (adjustable rate) allows the 7006 to be left connected stepping up and down.
For loop signal checking Time Electronics offer the 7007 Loop-Mate as an accompanying instrument. An engineer can then move to another location to check that the signal is arriving correctly and is within specification. The 7007 is a dedicated loop signal indicator, just as easy to operate. Once again select the loop type, 4 - 20mA, or 0 - 10V, and whether you want the display in direct units, or % of span. The LCD display shows the signal to an accuracy of 0.05% either in mA, V, or % of span.
Both units are powered by a single standard PP3 battery that gives up to 40 hours continuous use.