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ProCalV5 Calibration Software Update Now Available

For Fluke handheld DPC 743B/744 and DPC 753/754 documenting calibrators

Published: Friday, February 17, 2012 - 17:13

(Fluke: Everett, WA) -- Users of the handheld DPC 743B/744 or the new DPC 753/754 documenting calibrators from Fluke, manufacturer, distributer, and service provider for electronic test tools and software, can now upgrade from DPCTrack2 software to the latest ProCalV5 release, which offers more features and enables multi-account, multisite, and enterprise use.

“There is a fast-growing trend toward automated, paperless test-and-measurement tools that can boost productivity, ensure quality compliance, and reduce operating costs,” says Nick Volpone, president of Kubica (formerly Prime Technologies). “Using the Fluke DPCs with the latest version of ProCalV5 provides an unrivaled cost-benefit advantage when compared to other systems.”

Unlike the competition, ProCalV5 uses the device direct driver for communication, enabling technicians to utilize the full realm of functionality of Fluke DPC, Martel MasterCAL 990, and Honeywell Loveland DocuMint 2020 calibrators. The software can be integrated with SAP, CMMS, and other applications.

ProCalV5 is fully validated and 21 CFR Part 11-compliant for use by FDA-regulated companies. It is widely used in many industries with a large international user base, including:
• Pharmaceutical and biotech
• Chemical
• Power generation
• Aviation
• Petroleum and gas
• Government and military
• Semiconductor manufacturing
• Pulp and paper
• Water and wastewater treatment
• Research and development centers
• Hospitals and universities
• Medical device and analytical instrument manufacturers
• Calibration and validation service companies
• Engineering and construction companies

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Fluke Corp. manufactures, distributes, and services electronic test tools and software. Fluke serves technicians, engineers, metrologists, medical-device manufacturers, and computer network professionals in the industrial/electronic service installation & maintenance, electrical & temperature, indoor air quality, calibration, and biomedical market segments. Fluke is a multi-national corporation headquartered in Everett, Washington. Hart Scientific; DH Instruments, and Ruska & Pressurements are now Fluke Calibration.