CG204

Extech Coating Thickness Tester

Extech Coating Thickness Tester

Description

The Extech Coating Thickness Tester is a dual technology meter that provides automatic recognition for ferrous and non-ferrous substrates.

Features

  • Automatic substrate recognition
  • Magnetic induction for ferrous substrates
  • Two measuring modes: single and continuous
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The Coatint Thickness Tester features automatic substrate recognition, magnetic induction for ferrous subratres, and eddy current measurement for non-ferrous substrates. The tester has single or continous working modes, and the memory stores up to 80 direct and 320 group readings. A one point calibration ensures the upmost accuracy. The USB interface allows connection to a PC using the included software for further analysis of data points.

Notable Specifications:
  • Sensor probe: ferrous, non-ferrous
  • Working principle: magnetic induction, eddy current
  • Ferrous measuring range: 0 to 1250μm, 0 to 49mils
  • Non-ferrous measuring range: 0 to 1250μm, 0 to 49mils
  • Ferrous basic accuracy: ±3%
  • Non-ferrous basic accuracy: ±3%
  • Ferrous resolution: 0.1μm (0.004mils)
  • Non-ferrous resolution: 0.1μm (0.004mils)
  • Ferrous minimum curvature radius: 1.5mm (59.06mils)
  • Non-ferrous minimum curvature radius: 3mm (118.1mils)
  • Ferrous minimum diameter: 7mm (275.6mils)
  • Non-ferrous minimum diameter: 5mm (196.9mils) 
  • Ferrous minimum thickness: 0.5mm (19.69mils)
  • Non-ferrous minimum thickness: 0.3mm (11.81mils)
  • Dimensions: 4.7 x 2.4 x 1.25" (120 x 62 x 32mm)
  • Weight: 6.17oz (175g)
What's Included:
  • (1) Tester
  • (1) USB cable
  • (1) PC Software
  • (1) Calibration iron
  • (1) Calibration aluminum
  • (1) Precision standards pack
  • (1) Pouch case
  • (2) AAA batteries
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Extech Coating Thickness Tester CG204 Coating thickness tester
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