The Extech Digital Force Gauge provides push/pull measurements in kg, lbs, oz, and newton units.
The Extech Digital Force Gauge uses an exclusive load cell measurement transducer to calculate push/pull data in kilograms, pounds, ounces, or newton units. The 5-digit digital LCD features a reversable display to match any viewing angle. The gauge includes a selectable fast/slow response, zero adjust push-button and peak hold switch, and overrange, low battery, and advance function indication.
Model 475040 features 5000g, 176oz, and 49 newtons measurement capacity. Model 475044 features 20kt, 44lbs, and 196 newtons push/pull measurement capacity. This instrument is ideal for a wide variety of applications in the electronics, automotive, chemical, plastics, and machinery industries.
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|475040||Digital force gauge||
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|475040-NIST||Digital force gauge, NIST traceable||
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|475044||High capacity digital force gauge||
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