Available in gage, sealed gage, and absolute pressure models, PX51 features all-stainless steel construction and connects directly to computer. PC software takes data from transducer directly to digital domain, turning laptop or Windows®-based tablet (with USB connection) into virtual meter, chart recorder, or datalogger. Supplied with .NET APIs, command set for command-line access, and 6 ft USB cable, transducer supports use in harsh environments. Read More
Based on micromachined silicon sensor, PX509HL Series provides stable reading with accuracy of 0.08% and broad compensated range of -20 to 85°C. Wet/wet differential pressure transducers operate in demanding industrial areas with ruggedized containment pressure up to 10,000 psi. Compensated overload range minimizes errors induced by large line pressures. Constructed of welded stainless steel, modular transducers offer user accessible potentiometers for zero and span. Read More
Designed for automation and robotic fastening applications, SD-Series provides digital adjustable torque setting, variable torque and speed control, and multiple I/O options for integration with PLCs and other line control techniques. Built-in screw counter prevents screw-fastening errors and detects cross threading, omissions, unfinished rundowns, and cycle incompletes. Electric screwdrivers, featuring Swiss Maxon brushless motor technology, range from 0.08–13 lb-in. Read More
Offering wide measurement range from 10-10 to 10-2 Torr, Granville-Phillips® Series 500 includes electronics as well as digital and analog interfaces. Patent-pending method for determining pressure dosage over time provides for predictive maintenance. With USB interface and GP Connect software, users can set up gauge, graph pressure trend, and check usage statistics. Applications include R&D, coating, semiconductor, analytical, high energy physics, and general vacuum. Read More
With i-COFTEK 3500, users can determine static and kinetic coefficient of friction of plastic films, sheets, foils, paper, paper board, PP woven bags, and metal-material belts for communication cable, conveyor belts, and textiles. Tester can also measure peel strength of adhesive laminated products, medical adhesive bandages, release paper, and protective films. Read More
With respective ranges of 50–2,000 g and 300–2,000 g and 0.1 g accuracy, i-Freefall 5100 determines impact resistance of such materials as plastic films, paper, and foils via free falling dart or ball method according to ASTM F1709 (method A and method B). Operation requires user to prepare test specimen according to specific standards, adjust instrument height, and attract falling ball. Accommodating specimens >150 x 150 mm, tester features pneumatic clamping.
In addition to determining puncture force of medical rubber closures, i-Meditek 1300 Medical Packaging Tester can measure pullout force of rubber closure, break force of ampoule, sliding resistance of syringe, connection force of syringe needle and needle hub, and seal performance of plastic blood bag. Instrument can also test tensile strength, peeling force, tearing force, piercing force, and opening force of films, adhesives, foils, fabrics, and other packaging materials. Read More
Able to adapt to normal fluctuations of environmental conditions in lab and compatible with testing machines that uses ±10 V analog input, AVE 2 measures both modulus and strain to failure for diverse materials. Fully integrated device, which utilizes real-time 490 Hz data rate while achieving 1 micron accuracy, reduces errors from thermal and lighting variations common in most labs and can be used for strain measurement with Digital Image Correlation (DIC).