Beamex MC6-Ex vs. Beamex MC5-IS

Let’s take a closer look at the differences between
Beamex MC6-Ex and Beamex MC5-IS

Beamex MC6-Ex

The Beamex MC6-Ex is an intrinsically safe, highly accurate, field calibrator and communicator. It is ATEX and IECEx certified and can be used in all hazardous zones / divisions.

The MC6-Ex includes also a field communicator for HART, FOUNDATION Fieldbus and Profibus protocols.

The MC6-Ex is a documenting calibrator and when used in conjunction with Beamex CMX calibration software it creates a totally paperless calibration process.

Beamex MC5-IS

(Discontinued)

The Beamex MC5-IS is an accurate intrinsically safe, multifunctional process calibrator.

The ATEX and IECEx certified, IP65-rated MC5-IS is robust and made for tough use with impact protectors and a membrane keyboard.

As it is also a documenting calibrator, you can use it together with Beamex CMX calibration software to enable a paperless calibration process.

What is totally new with Beamex MC6-Ex?

Intrinsically safe calibrator and communicator - Beamex MC6-Ex

MC6-Ex includes a built-in loop supply for 2-wire transmitters. This is a big and much requested enhancement.

Intrinsically safe calibrator and communicator - Beamex MC6-Ex

The MC6-Ex’s display has a powerful backlight, which makes it easy to use even in dark conditions.

Intrinsically safe calibrator and communicator - Beamex MC6-Ex

MC6-Ex has a large color display with touch screen and multilingual user interface. For easier usage, it has dedicated user interface modes for different applications.

Intrinsically safe calibrator and communicator - Beamex MC6-Ex

MC6-Ex can communicate with Beamex temperature controllers (Beamex FB and MB) and pressure controllers (Beamex POC6 and POC8) to automate calibrations. This is allowed only in safe areas.

Intrinsically safe calibrator and communicator - Beamex MC6-Ex

MC6-Ex has dual measurement channels for RTD/resistance and thermocouple/voltage measurement. That allows you to measure two RTD or thermocouple probes simultaneously – for example a reference probe and a probe to be calibrated.

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