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Extech 475055 High Capacity Force Gauge

Extech 475055 High Capacity Force Gauge

Description

The Extech High Capacity Force Gauge is a compact handheld that measures up to 220 pounds of tensile or compressive force.

Features

  • Available units of measurement include kg, newtons, or lbs
  • Positive/Reverse display for easy readability
  • RS-232 PC interface is included with optional software
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The Extech High Capacity Force Gauge with PC Interface has a three-range tension/compression capability. The RS-232 interface connects to a PC for recording data for analysis. The large LCD with back light feature displays positive/reverse readings for easy readability.

Notable Specifications:
  • Kilograms range: 0.05 to 100kg
  • Pounds range: 0.05 to 220lbs
  • Newtons range: 0.2 to 980 newton
  • Basic accuracy: 0.5%
What's Included:
  • (1) Digital force gauge
  • (1) Set of tension/compression adapters
  • (1) RS-232 PC interface cable
  • (6) AA 1.5 V batteries
  • (1) Hard carrying case
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Extech 475055 High Capacity Force Gauge 475055 High capacity digital force gauge with PC interface
$709.00
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Extech 475055 High Capacity Force Gauge 475055-NIST High capacity digital force gauge with PC interface, NIST traceable
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