The digital force gauge comes with a 0-50N range, and 0.01N resolution. The digital push-pull force gauge has upper and lower limits that can be set for statistic analysis, the buzzer will alarm if exceeding the limits.
- High precision and high resolution
- There are five test modes and three display modes to choose from—to maximize test efficiency
- Three measurement units, kg (kilogram), lb (list), and N (Newton), are available for selection and mutual conversion
- Gravity acceleration value setting function -The user can input the exact value of the gravity acceleration of the place of use. Make tests and unit conversions more accurate
- Peak hold function, keep the peak display until manually cleared
- Automatic peak value function, keep displaying the peak value for 2 seconds and then release it automatically
- The upper and lower limits and comparison values can be set for statistical analysis, and the buzzer will alarm if the comparison value is exceeded
- The data storage function can store 128-bit test values;
- Data output function, the data can be input into the computer through the data line for various analyses;
- Green and environmentally friendly, it will automatically shut down if there is no operation in 10 minutes;
- High-quality charging power supply, the charging voltage is available from 100V to 240V, which can be adapted to most areas at home and abroad. There are also short circuit, leakage, and overload protection functions;
- 2 sets of installation dimensions, suitable for most testing machines at home and abroad, convenient for users to install on the machine for use
- The unique switch contact on-off force test function makes the switch on-off force test more accurate
SISCO digital force gauge is suitable for push-pull load test in industries such as electronic appliances, light industry textiles, construction hardware, lighters and ignition devices, fire-fighting equipment, pens, locks, fishing gear, power machinery, scientific research institutions, etc.
Q1: What is a digital force gauge?
A1: The digital force gauges are force-measuring devices with built-in load cells and are used to measure compression, tension, peel, or the coefficient of friction. Digital force gauges feature data management on a PC and detailed analysis based on the data.
Q2: What does a force gauge measure?
A2: A Force Gauge is a measuring instrument used across all industries to measure the force during a push or pull test. Applications exist in research and development, laboratory, quality, production, and field environment. There are two kinds of force gauges today: mechanical and digital force gauges.
Q3: How do you read a force gauge?
A3: The switch is usually located on the face of the tool. Remember that tension (a pulling force) will be displayed as a positive number. Compression (a pushing force) will be displayed as a negative number.
Tips: Tips for using a digital force gauge
- Do not knock or place heavy objects on the display board.
- When not in use, use the zero adjustment knob to make the digital push-pull gauge display at the "0000" position, and turn off the power.
- Do not drop, drop or collide with the digital force gauge, or use it roughly and carelessly, as it is a precision measuring instrument that will be damaged.
- Do not store the digital gauge in a high humidity. or high-cold place, which will make the inside of the instrument prone to condensation, degrade the function and cause damage.
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