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UT-ONE B03B
UT-ONE B03B
UT-ONE B03B
UT-ONE B03B
UT-ONE B03B

UT-ONE B03B is an accurate and versatile 3-channel benchtop thermometer readout. UT-ONE B03B is capable of measuring platinum resistance thermometers, thermistors and thermocouples. It has a large internal memory for storing measured data (for at least 30 days of continuous acquisition).

Resistance probes (PRTs and thermistors) can be measured in 4-wire (default), 3-wire or 2-wire connection configuration. Banana-style connectors are user friendly, easily used with banana plugs, bare wires or spade lugs.

The external ambient conditions probe may be used for the measurement of air temperature and relative humidity.

UT-ONE B03B features a color touch screen, which presents measured data in graphical and numerical format. Temperature can be displayed in degrees Celsius (°C), kelvin K or degrees Fahrenheit (°F).

UT-ONE B03B can be operated in a standalone mode or connected to the computer via the RS232 or USB interface using the UT-ONE Applications software. It can be battery-operated from the internal Li-ion battery, which provides up to eight hours of standalone operation.

Technical data
Main channels:
3 (consecutive)
Acquisition time per channel:
1 to 240 s
Probe Types:
Platinum resistance thermometers, Thermistors, Thermocouples
Temperature range:
-273 °C to 2100 °C max, limited by the thermometer probe
Cold junction compensation:
Internal, External
Communication interface:
USB and RS232
Display:
3.2” Color LCD 320x240 pixels
External AC/DC power supply:
AC (100~240 V, 50/60 Hz), DC (5.9 V, 1.2A)
USB power supply:
5 V, 0.5 A
Power consumption:
1.5 W typical, 7 W max
Internal Li-ion battery:
18650 type (3500 mAh, 12.95 Wh)
Batery operation:
8 h typical (16 hours with power save)
Weight:
1.5 kg
Ext. dimensions (WxHxD):
160x100x290 mm
Ambient conditions monitoring:
Optional external probe for air temperature & relative humidity

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Specification summary
Probe: Platinum resistance th. Thermistors Thermocouple
Probe type: Pt100, Pt25, Pt200 NTC, 2k, 3k, 10k K, J, T, E, N, S, R, B
Characterization: CVD, Polynom, ITS-90 SteinHart-Hart, Polynom Deviation function
Accuracy (Typical): ±0.004 °C ±0.001°C ±0.1 °C (Ext. CJC)
Effective resolution: 0.0005 °C 0.0001 °C 0.01 °C
Measurement current: 1 mA, 0.707 mA ±1% 10 μA, 7.07 μA ±1% n/a

If you would like to compare between thermometer specifications, please visit: Comparison Table

Order information
Description
Part no.
Prices*
UT-ONE B03B 3-channel Thermometer Readout
2640.00 €
Ambient conditions probe
250.00 €
Plastic carrying case
250.00 €
R210A Reference resistor
340.00 €
LabVIEW driver and application
**

* Stated price is recommended price for customers in EU. Send and inquiry to info@batemika.com to get a formal quote. Price is given excluding VAT and shipping/handling costs. Batemika reserves the right to change stated prices without prior notice.

** Available for free-of-charge download at www.batemika.com

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UT-ONE B03B has a touchscreen user interface. User interface structure is composed of a set of windows, which are organized on two tab pages labeled 'MEASURE' (measurement page) and 'CONFIGURE' (configuration page). The tab pages are selectable using the Page Selector located on the right-hand side of the LCD screen. Each tab page has several windows, which can be accessed sequentially by repeatedly pressing the page selector. Horizontal Menu Buttons contain different menu commands, which are dynamically adapting to the current operation.

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User interface elements

UT-ONE B03B thermometer readout consists of three main channels (C1, C2 and C3), which correspond to three channels for the connection of three thermometer probes (resistance thermometers, thermistors or thermocouples). Measured data can be presented in °C, K or °F or in uncorrected probe raw data in Ω or in μV. UT-ONE B03B has two additional channels (RH and TA) for connection of ambient probe, which measures relative humidity in % and ambient temperature in °C, K or °F. Channel names are listed below (also see figures:UT-ONE B03B Measurement page views):

  • C1 - Corrected temperature reading from temperature probe on channel C1
  • C2 - Corrected temperature reading from temperature probe on channel C2
  • C3 - Corrected temperature reading from temperature probe on channel C3
  • RH - Corrected reading of relative humidity from ambient probe for monitoring ambient conditions on channel RH
  • TA - Corrected reading of air temperature from ambient probe on channel TA
  • TD - Corrected reading of dew-point temperature from ambient probe for monitoring ambient conditions. This reading is calculated from values in channels RH and TA
  • TJ - Corrected temperature reading of internal thermometer for cold-junction compensation on channel TJ.

Measurement page

Measurement page is used to control and display measurements in different numeric and/or graphic formats: Mixed View, Graph View, Numeric View and Channel View. Windows with different views in the Measurement page can be selected by repeatedly pressing the 'MEASURE' page selector or the 'VIEWS...' menu button.

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Diagram of windows sequence - measurement page

  • Mixed View presents the measurement data in numerical and graphical format, as well as some measurement statistics (MIN READING, MAX READING, MAX-MIN and DIFFERENCE) and uncorrected raw data (for main channels, RAW READING is presented in Ω for resistance thermometers, thermistors and μV for thermocouples, while for the ambient channels it is presented in °C or %rh).
  • Graph View is similar to Mixed View, it presents the data in graphic format only, using the entire screen.
  • Numeric View presents the data in numeric format only, using large font, which is clearly visible from larger distance. It shows temperature from main channels C1, C2 and C3, or readings from the ambient probe (channels RH, TA) and also calculated dew-point temperature on channel TD.
  • Channel View displays the extended information for the selected channel. Available channels C1, C2, C3, RH, TA, TD and TJ can be selected using the tabs in the upper side of the the window.

The Menu Buttons consists of up to five menu buttons, they change according to window content and instrument state. Acquisition sequence can be started by touching the green 'START' menu button and stopped by touching the red 'STOP' menu button. All graph readings can be cleared using the 'CLEAR' menu button. This operation will clear the readings on the graph and reinitialize the measurement statistics and graph auto scale limits, but readings will remain stored in the UT-ONE B03B non-volatile memory. The resolution of the numeric display can be adjusted using the 'DIGITS' menu button. A short touch on the 'DIGITS' menu button will cycle through resolution from 0 to 4 decimal places for C1, C2 and C3 channels and for RH, TA, TD and TJ from 0 to 2 decimal places. The 'ZOOM' Menu Button adjust graph scale directly on the graph. User must select two corner points within the graph and the graph will be zoomed between the nearest possible points.

UT-ONE B03B Measurement page <mark >Mixed View</mark>
UT-ONE B03B Measurement page <mark>Graph View</mark>
UT-ONE B03B Measurement page <mark>Numeric View</mark> - Main
UT-ONE B03B Measurement page <mark>Numeric View</mark> - Ambient
UT-ONE B03B Measurement page <mark>Channel View</mark> - C1
UT-ONE B03B Measurement page  <mark>Channel View</mark> - C2
UT-ONE B03B Measurement page <mark>Channel View</mark> - C3
UT-ONE B03B Measurement page <mark>Channel View</mark> - RH
UT-ONE B03B Measurement page  <mark>Channel View</mark> - TA
UT-ONE B03B Measurement page  <mark>Channel View</mark> - TD
UT-ONE B03B Measurement page  <mark>Channel View</mark> - TJ

Numeric View displays data in two windows (Numeric View - Main and Numeric View - Ambient). In the Numeric View - Main window are displayed temperatures from main channels C1, C2 and C3. In the Numeric View - Ambient are presented readings from the ambient probe (channels RH and TA) and dew-point temperature (TD). Switching between Numeric Views is possible by pressing the 'AMBIENT' menu button or 'MAIN' menu button. A short touch on the 'UNIT' menu button will change temperature display unit (°C, K or °F).

Channel View displays a large indicator with the temperature or relative humidity for the selected channel. Under the large indicator, there are four smaller indicators displaying MIN - minimum reading, MAX - maximum reading, DIFF - difference between maximum and minimum reading and RAW - uncorrected raw reading for the selected channel. Under the smaller indicators the name of currently used probe is displayed.

Configuration page

Configuration page is used to view and change UT-ONE B03B Thermometer Readout configuration and parameters. Page can be selected using the 'CONFIGURE' page selector. Configuration page consists of eight windows, which can be individually scrolled by repeatedly pressing the 'CONFIGURE' page selector or 'MORE…' menu button. It also supports three levels of access, which enables the user to lock some of the features of the UT-ONE B03B configuration from unauthorized/accidental modification. The sequence of displayed windows and access levels are presented in the picture belove.

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Diagram of windows sequence - configuration page

  • 1. Main Channels Configuration
    Main channels of the UT-ONE B03B thermometer are channels C1, C2 and C3. Each of them can be configured independently in the Main Channels Configuration window on the Configuration page. Changing channel configuration requires Configuration or Calibration access level. Main channel configuration window consists of six parameters, which are:
    • Probe parameter determines the resistance probe/thermocouple that is connected to the specified channel.
    • Range parameter determines the resistance/emf measurement range for the selected channel. After the probe is selected/changed, UT-ONE B03B automatically selects the optimum measurement range for the given probe type.
    • Status parameter determines if the channel is ENABLED and therefore included in the acquisition sequence.
    • Current parameter determines the value of the measurement current for the measurement of resistance probes. NORMAL value is 1 mA for PRT ranges and 10 μA for thermistor ranges, while REDUCED value is 0.707 mA for PRT ranges and 7.07 μA for thermistor ranges.
    • Rate determines the time for the acquisition of a single reading on the selected channel. Acquisition rate can be set in the range from 1 second to 240 seconds with 2 second resolution.
    • Connection determines the type of connection of the thermometer probe. For PRTs and thermistors, the DEFAULT connection is always 4-wire. You may manually change to 3-wire or 2-wire and connect the probe accordingly.
  • 2. Options
    Options configuration windows is used to view/set various options and parameters of the UT-ONE B03B thermometer. Options are grouped in three tabbed pages, which include:
    • Power options display the information about the internal rechargeable Li-ion battery, power source and power saving options.
    • Time option displays the current time and date of the UT-ONE real time clock.
    • Info options display the serial, production and measurement modul number, as well as firmware version and CRC coded calculated from main processor firmware. This information is useful for traceability and support.
  • 3. Access Level
    UT-ONE B03B has three access levels, which are used to secure the configuration, calibration and internal data from accidental or unauthorized access. Access level can be changed by selecting the corresponding tabbed page. Increasing the access levels require that you enter a password. There are three access, which are: User Access, Configuration Access and Calibration Access.
UT-ONE B03B Configuration page <mark >1. Main Channels Configuraton</mark> - C1
UT-ONE B03B Configuration page <mark>2. Options</mark> - Power
UT-ONE B03B Configuration page <mark>2. Options</mark> - Time
UT-ONE B03B Configuration page <mark>2. Options</mark> - Info
UT-ONE B03B Configuration page <mark>3. Access Level</mark> - User
UT-ONE B03B Configuration page  <mark>4. Probe List</mark> - User
UT-ONE B03B Configuration page  <mark>4. Probe List</mark> - Predefined
UT-ONE B03B Configuration page <mark>4. Probe List</mark> - Ambient
UT-ONE B03B Configuration page <mark>5. Measurement Range List</mark> - Range R1
UT-ONE B03B Configuration page  <mark>5. Measurement Range List</mark> - Range H1
UT-ONE B03B Configuration page  <mark>5. Measurement Range List</mark> - Range E1
UT-ONE B03B Configuration page  <mark>6. Touch Screen Calibration</mark>
UT-ONE B03B Configuration page  <mark>7. Communication Interfaces</mark>
UT-ONE B03B Configuration page  <mark>8. External Standards</mark>
  • 4. Probe List
    Probes List configuration window allows the reviewing and configuration of user-defined, predefined and ambient probes (three tabbed pages).
    • User-defined probe list consists of 20 locations, where user can enter its own probes with particular coefficients, which can be later selected in the Main Channels Configuration window
    • Predefined probe list is similar to user-defined list, but for predefined probes you can only view parameters, you can’t change or delete them.
    • Ambient probe list displays probes for ambient channels, which include external ambient probe (relative humidity RH and air temperature TA), internal cold-junction thermometer TJ and internal ADC thermometer TI.
  • 5. Measurement Range List
    Measurement range list window is used for reviewing and configuring calibration coefficients for measurement ranges. UT-ONE B03B features 35 measurement subranges. Each manual subrange is associated with three parameters:
    • Reference value is obtained in UT-ONE B03B calibration and user may adjust it to compensate instrument drift.
    • Linearity correction compensates the linearity error for the particular range. Measurement of this parameter requires dedicated equipment and procedures and may not be performed by the user.
    • Temperature coefficient compensates the temperature drift for the particular range. Measurement of this parameter requires dedicated equipment and procedures and may not be performed by the user.
  • 6. Touch Screen Calibration
    Touch screen resistive element may drift with time, so user may have to perform a recalibration of the touch screen.
  • 7. Communication Interfaces
    Communication Interfaces window displays the information about the installed communication interfaces for communication with a computer. UT-ONE B03B has two communication interfaces:
    • USB interface is the most commonly used interface in modern computers and provides fast communication over a limited cable length.
    • Serial (RS232) interface is a simple and reliable interface for slow communication over longer communication cables. Communication parameters are displayed in window picture above. Parity is fixed to odd parity, each character has 8 bits and you can use one or two stop bits.
  • 8. External Standards
    UT-ONE B03B supports the use of external standards, which can be used to eliminate internal short-term and long-term drifts and therefore improves accuracy of the measurement. To set-up external-standard, first select the tab page for the channel, on which the external standard will be connected and fill in all the input boxes.
    • Name input box contains a user-defined label for the external standard. Name is limited to 20 characters.
    • Range input box specifies the type of external references. Valid options are Pt100 ranges, Thermistor ranges, Thermocouple ranges and Not defined.
    • Reference input box specifies the exact value of the external standard, as obtained in its calibration certificate.
    • Temperature C. input box specifies the temperature coefficient of the external reference. UT-ONE internally measures ambient temperatures and automatically corrects the reference value of the external standard.
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Ambient conditions probe
Ambient conditions probe with 2 m extension cable
Ambient conditions probe connector without plastic protective plug
Ambient conditions probe - direct connection
Ambient conditions probe - connection with 2 m extension cable

Ambient probe is used for the measurement of ambient conditions (air temperature - TA and relative humidity - RH). It should be connected to the 4-pole circular connector located above the touch screen directly or indirectly with the 2m extension cable.

Specifications for TA probe
Range:
-20 °C to 70 °C
Accuracy:
±0.5 °C
Resolution:
0.01 °C
Sampling period:
4 seconds
Sensor type:
Sensirion SHT75
Specifications for RH probe
Range:
10 % to 90 % (non condensing)
Accuracy:
±2%
Resolution:
0.1 %
Sampling period:
4 seconds
Sensor type:
Sensirion SHT75

To get a quote or more information contact us at info@batemika.com .