We’ve been getting a lot of questions lately about the 2000 DFB:
Below, we have answered them.
“DFB” stands for “Device Feedback”
The DFB feature allows you to read the data from analog probes under test (PUT) from the controller panel. More importantly, it also allows you to view, record and print the data from your PUT against the data from the reference probe. This allows you to automate many routine calibration tasks.
A single DFB device can read the data output from a single Relative Humidity probe.
Yes, When you combine the Experiments panel functionality with the DFB data logging functionality, you can automate many routine, time-intensive tasks.
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