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Once you know which categories of instruments will meet your measurement uncertainty needs and will operate in your environment, you can determine which models in those categories can be used to calibrate your pressure devices, based on pressure measurement mode (absolute, gauge, differential), test medium (gas, oil, water…) and pressure measurement range. 
Once you know which categories of instruments will meet your measurement uncertainty needs and will operate in your environment, you can determine which models in those categories can be used to calibrate your pressure devices, based on pressure measurement mode (absolute, gauge, differential), test medium (gas, oil, water…) and pressure measurement range. 
Pressure mode and test medium  Calibration standards typically used  Pressure range covered by calibration standards 
Absolute pressure (relative to vacuum) i.e. barometers, altimeters, vacuum sensors, capacitance diaphragm gauges, depth sensors Gas medium, unless otherwise noted 
FPG8601 forcebalance piston gauge  0.001 to 2.2 psi (5 Pa to 15 kPa) 
PG7601 and 2465 absolute piston gauges  0.2 to 1000 psi (1.5 kPa to 7 MPa) 

PPC4 and 7250 pressure controllers  <1 to 3000 psi (<7 kPa to 20 MPa) 

RPM4 and 7050 gas pressure monitors  <1 to 15k psi (<7 kPa to 100 MPa) 

* PG7102, PG7202 and 2470 piston gauges  0.2 to 15k psi (1.5 kPa to 100 MPa) 

** PPCHG and 7350 pressure controllers  15 to 15k psi  
*** PG7302 and 2485 hydraulic piston gauges  15 to 75k psi (100 kPa to 500 MPa) 

** PPCH and 7615 hydraulic pressure controllers  15 to 40k psi (100 kPa to 280 MPa) 

** RPM4 hydraulic pressure monitors  15 to 40k psi (100 kPa to 280 MPa) 

Fluke handheld process calibration tools  <1 to 100 psi (<7 to 700 kPa) 

*Absolute pressure by adding barometer reading to gauge pressure – cannot measure below atmospheric pressure. **High pressure controllers and hydraulic pressure monitors available with absolute pressure measurement, but cannot control below atmospheric pressure. ***Use hydraulic medium, absolute pressure by adding barometer reading to gauge pressure – cannot measure below atmospheric pressure. 

Gauge pressure (relative to atmospheric pressure) Gas medium 
PG7601, PG7102, PG7202 and 2465, 2468, 2470 gas piston gauges  0.2 to 15k psi (1.5 kPa to 100 MPa) 
PPC4, PPCHG and 7250, 7350 pressure controllers  <0.01 to 15k psi (50 Pa to 100 MPa) 

RPM4 and 7050 pressure monitors  <0.01 to 15k psi (50 Pa to 100 MPa) 

P3000 deadweight testers  0.2 To 2k psi (1.5 kPa To 14 MPa) 

Fluke handheld process calibration tools  <0.01 to 10k psi (50 Pa to 70 MPa) 

NOTE: zero gauge pressure on all standards by venting system  
Gauge pressure (relative to atmospheric pressure) Fluid/hydraulic medium 
PG7302 and 2485 piston gauges  <15 to 75k psi (<0.1 to 500 MPa) 
PPCH and 7615 pressure controllers  <15 to 40k psi (<0.1 to 280 MPa) 

RPM4 reference pressure monitors  <15 to 40k psi (<0.1 to 280 MPa) 

EDWT hydraulic electronic deadweight tester  <15 to 30k psi (<0.1 to 200 MPa) 

P3100 and P3200 deadweight testers  <15 to 20k psi (<0.1 to 140 MPa) 

M3800 deadweight testers  500 to 60k psi (3.5 to 400 MPa) 

Fluke handheld process calibration tools  <15 to 10k psi (<0.1 to 70 MPa) 

NOTE: Zero gauge pressure on all standards by venting system.  
Negative and bidirectional gauge(relative to atmospheric pressure, includes measurement below atmospheric pressure) Gas medium 
FPG8601 forcebalance piston gauge  ±2.2 psi (±15 kPa) 
* PG7601 and 2465, 2468 piston gauges  15 to 1000 psi (100 kPa to 7 MPa) 

PPC4 and 7250 pressure controllers  15 to 3k psi (100 kPa to 20 MPa) 

RPM4 and 7050 pressure monitors  15 to 15k psi (0.1 to 100 MPa) 

P3010 and P3020 deadweight testers  15 to 500 psi (0.1 to 3.5 MPa) 

Fluke handheld process calibration tools  15 to 300 psi (100 kPa to 2 MPa) 

NOTE: Zero gauge pressure on all standards by venting system. Where 15 psi (100 kPa) is indicated, actual minimum negative gauge pressure depends on atmospheric pressure. *Requires differential mode – consult Fluke Calibration product application specialist 

Differential pressure (relative to identified line pressure, devices typically have a reference and test pressure ports) 
FPG8601 forcebalance piston gauge, gas line pressure near vacuum or atmosphere  <±0.0001 to ±2.2 psi (<±1 Pa to ±15 kPa) 
2482 differential piston gauge, gas line pressure from 0 to 3000 psi (20 MPa) hydraulic line pressure from 0 to 3000 psi (20 MPa) 
0.015 to 30 psi (0.1 to 210 kPa) 

PPC4 BG15K and 7250LP controllers, gas line pressure near atmosphere  <±0.01 to ±3.6 psi (±50 Pa to 25 kPa) 

* PG7000 and 2400 piston gauges, gas line pressure 1 to 15k psi (7 kPa to 100 MPa) hydraulic 15 to 30k psi (0.1 to 200 MPa) 
Requires differential mode, consult product application specialist  
PPC and 7000 pressure controllers, gas line pressure 1 to 15k psi (7 kPa to 100 MPa) hydraulic 15 to 30k psi (0.1 to 200 MPa) 
May require parallel mode, consult product application specialist  
RPM and 7050 pressure monitors, gas line pressure 1 to 15k psi (7 kPa to 100 MPa) hydraulic 15 to 40k psi (0.1 to 280 MPa) 
May requires parallel mode, consult product application specialist  
Fluke handheld process calibration tools, gas line pressure near atmosphere  15 to 500 psi (100 kPa to 3.5 MPa) 

NOTE: Zero differential pressure on all standards by bypassing high and low pressure lines. 
Note: Fluke Calibration also offers fluid separators and differential pressure cells. These devices may require additional work or introduce greater reference uncertainty, but can often be utilized to allow different mediums in the reference standard and device under test. 