NDN Calibration Laboratory with accreditation!

In July 2022, our Calibration Laboratory received accreditation with the number AP 209 granted by the Polish Center for Accreditation (PCA) under the EA MLA international agreement. Thus, the Laboratory confirmed compliance with the requirements of PN-EN ISO/IEC 17025 "General requirements for the competence of testing and calibration laboratories" in the field of calibration of electrical quantities.



SANWA 50000 PC7000 Digital Multimeter, AC/DC, 0.03% accuracy



1 080,00 zł netto
1 328,40 zł brutto (23% VAT)

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The price of the multimeter also includes a PCA accredited certificate in accordance with the requirements of PN-EN ISO/IEC 17025.

Multimeter calibration certificates issued by NDN Calibration Laboratory are accredited certificates. The certificate provides all the necessary information required by PCA documents, including the uncertainty of measurement evaluated in accordance with the current edition of document EA-4/02 "Evaluation of measurement uncertainty in calibration".

They also have information about the EA MLA under which the certificates are issued and about the consistency of the measurement results with the units of measurement of the International System of Units (SI).

Measurements in our Laboratory are performed in accordance with PN-EN ISO/IEC 17025:2017, thus ensuring metrological consistency with the standards used and the highest quality of service.

The measurement standards that are used in the measurements have current calibration certificates issued by an accredited measurement laboratory and have the relevant certificates, copies of which are available upon request.

NDN Calibration Laboratory is accredited by the Polish Center for Accreditation. Certificate number: AP 209. learn more by clicking here.

Product overview

  • Calibration certificate
  • Accredited calibration certificate included in the price of the meter
  • Calibration range:
    • DC voltage
    • Alternating voltage for two frequencies (50 Hz, 1 kHz)
    • Direct current
    • Alternating current for two frequencies (50 Hz, 1 kHz)
    • Resistance
  • Measurement functions
  • AC voltage up to 1000V
  • DC voltage up to 1000V
  • Current in ranges 500μA - 10A
  • Frequency in ranges 10Hz - 200kHz
  • Frequency of logic signals in ranges 5Hz - 2MHz
  • Pulse fill measurement (%)
  • Capacitance in ranges 50nF - 25mF
  • Resistance in ranges 500Ω - 50MΩ
  • Temperature in ranges -50ºC - 1000ºC
  • Acoustic continuity test (threshold resistance about 200Ω)
  • Diode test
  • Signal level measurement (dBm)
  • Current loop measurement (%4-20mA)
  • Basic accuracy
  • 0,03%
  • Display
  • LCD, 6 digits, 7-segment display
  • Maximum display: 50,000/500,000
  • Dual display
  • Bar graph of 41 segments (sampling 60 times/s)
  • Display backlighting
  • Additional features
  • Sampling 5 times /s (for 50,000 indication)
  • Indication of 500,000 for DC voltage measurement (sampling 1.25 times/s)
  • Maximum resolution 0.001mV / 0.01μA / 10mΩ / 1mHz / 10pF / 0.1 ºC
  • Relative measurement
  • LPF low pass filter for AC voltage measurement
  • Maximum and minimum value memory (MAX/MIN) - RECORD mode
  • Memory of peak and inter-peak values - CAPTURE mode
  • Memory of measured value - HOLD mode
  • Automatic/manual range selection
  • Automatic power off (auto - off)
  • Cooperation with a computer (software and cable is an optional accessory)
  • RMS (TrueRMS) measurement in the range from 45 Hz to 20 kHz
  • Low battery indicator
  • Audible signal in case of switching error
  • Possibility of permanent auto - off function
  • Sealed housing, operation in all weather conditions
  • Robust, compact housing with probe holders
  • Safety (cat. III 600 V / cat. II 1000V)
  • Included accessories
  • Measuring cables
  • Type K temperature probe
  • Rubber sheath
  • Battery
  • Operating instructions
  • Calibration certificate
  • Warranty
  • 24 months
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