Dräger E-Cal, the automatic test and calibration system, can include up to ten different device modules. As the calibration and adjustment of the Dräger measuring instruments can be carried out simultaneously, the devices can be maintained and serviced effectively in terms of time and cost.
In addition to the device modules, the modular design of the Dräger E-Cal also includes a Master Station, this is the control center of the system and allows communication to the PC and switching between different gases.
Using the Dräger E-Cal for regular maintenance and servicing as well as for calibration tasks ensures that the Dräger measuring instruments function properly at all times. This ensures optimum protection and performance of the instruments.
A central database of calibrations, which is stored on the PC, provides the capability of analysing and documenting data at any time.
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Product Information: Dräger E-Cal (PDF)
Brochure: Dräger's Guide to Portable Gas Detection (PDF)
Matter with a temperature above its boiling point is said to be a gas. With respect to a human environment (normal conditions), any substance with a boiling point below 20°C at normal pressure is a gas.