Bump test and calibration records copy to USB jump drive
Includes PC software for viewing/ archiving bump test and calibration records
Multi Module System
Multiple modules connected to a PC (10 max)
Automatic calibration/bump test option
Configure GX-2009 parameters
Archive Bump Test and Calibration records
Archive data to network location
Software controlled data retrieval
Windows 7 compatible
Riken Keiki SDM-2009 Calibration Station for RKI GX-2009
RKI’s new SDM-2009 calibration station for the GX-2009 is now available with advanced features for charging, calibration, & bump testing. Once you power up the GX-2009 inside the SDM-2009 calibration module, the GX-2009’s display will indicate whether it’s transmitting data, bump testing, calibrating, as well as the results of the bump test or calibration.
Multi Module System
The SDM-2009 can also be connected to a PC for automated calibration, bump testing, and archiving of logged data including calibration and bump test records, interval and alarm trends. Network up to 10 SDM-2009 stations to charge, calibrate, and bump test 10 instruments simultaneously.
User Guide Poster
Each SDM-2009 ships with a pictorial wall chart user guide. This guide gives the already easy to use cal station a simple pictorial easy step by step guide to calibrating or bump testing a GX-2009. It’s ideal to hang in an instrument shop or wherever the SDM-2009 is located.
12 VDC NOTE: AC Adapter with 100 - 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 0.6A input and 12 VDC, 1.2A output provided as standard.
• For Indoor Use Only • -10° C to 40° C, below 80% Relative Humidity, Non-Condensing
Maximum Number of Records Saved
200 (stand-alone). Unlimited with software
Number of Calibration Gas Cylinders
1 Calibration gas, 1 fresh air and 1 exhaust
USB Flash Drive
Single Module Data Viewer Software
SDM GX Docking Station PC Controller Program
Inlet Air Filter
10 Foot Long Exhaust Tube
One 3 Foot Long Tube for GAS Fitting
2 T-Fittings (for PC Controlled Configuration only)
10 Foot Long 3/16 Inch Tube for GAS manifold- ing (used for PC Controlled Configuration only)
Check Valve (used for PC Controlled Configuration only)
USB Cable, Type A to Type B
Parts and Accessories
Installers and Telco Contractors
Standard Package Contains
Includes AC Adaptor, flash drive, USB cable, tubing & installation CD.
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