Beamex MC6

The MC6 is an advanced field calibrator and communicator. It was designed with the needs of the process industry in mind and can be used for testing and calibrating transmitters, indicators, switches, sensors, and much more.

Combine the MC6 with CMX calibration software integrated into your maintenance management system to enable a fully paperless and automated calibration process.

 

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Beamex MC6-Ex

The MC6-Ex is an intrinsically-safe field calibrator and communicator. It was designed with the needs of the process industry in mind and can be used safely in all Ex zones for testing and calibrating transmitters, indicators, switches, sensors, and much more.

Combine the MC6-Ex with the CMX calibration software integrated into your maintenance management system to enable a fully paperless and automated calibration process.

 

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Beamex MC6 Workstation

The MC6 Workstation is a bench-mounted calibrator and communicator. It was designed with the process industry needs in mind and can be used for testing and calibrating transmitters, indicators, switches, sensors and much more.

The MC6 workstation is best suited for the workshop or laboratory in a process plant.

 

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Beamex MC4

The MC4 is a compact sized documenting process calibrator. It can be used for testing and calibrating transmitters, indicators, switches, sensors and much more. Because of its compact size, the MC4 is a perfect fit for field calibrations.

Use the MC4 together with Beamex CMX calibration software for a paperless calibration process.

 

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Beamex MC2

The MC2 is a hand-held process calibrator that can easily be carried around in the field.

It can be used for testing and calibrating transmitters, indicators, switches, sensors and much more. The MC2 is accurate and robust, featuring impact protectors and a membrane keyboard to protect it.

 

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