10 – 50 °C
Absolute Accuracy w/out Calibration:
± 0.100 °C
Absolute Accuracy w/ Calibration:
± 0.0500 °C
Repeatability, Single Point:
± 0.002 °C
Linearity, 10 °C Span:
± 0.002 °C
TCP/IP via Ethernet
56w x 36d x 31h
The 6772 Calorimetric Thermometer is a high precision temperature measuring system based upon the control systems of the 6000 series calorimeters. It is an integral part of the 6725 Semi-micro Calorimeter and the 6755 Solution Calorimeter. Additionally, the 6772 is able to provide automatic control and communication capabilities to the 1341 Plain Jacket Calorimeter.
The 6772 comes standard with one thermistor probe, or with an optional second thermistor probe. The 6772 Thermometer has the ability to collect data from two thermistors. The microprocessor, central to the function of the unit, is able to linearize the temperature signal and provide excellent resolution and precise repeatability over each operating range.
In addition to measuring temperatures, the 6772 Thermometer will determine the net temperature rise, apply all necessary corrections and calculate and report the heat of combustion in the associated calorimeter as selected by the operator.
The addition of the 6772 to a calorimetric system will allow the user to print to an attached printer, obtain weights from a balance and transfer data to a computer. Any data collected may be sent to a connected printer. This printer may be connected directly through the USB port located in the back of the thermometer or the printer may be on the laboratory network. The 6772 supports input from multiple balance types. Additionally, a generic input driver is provided for communications with balances that do not conform to the eight supported protocols. This communication is through the USB port on the back of the thermometer. The 6772 Calorimetric Thermometer can function as a data logger, collecting data as the test proceeds and transferring the data in csv format. Alternatively, data may be collected internally and displayed or printed as a final report. Test data can be transferred to an Ethernet network connected computer using the FTP File Transfer Protocol or by SD memory card. Test reports may also be viewed and printed with a web browser.Contact Us