475040-SD

Extech Force Gauges/Dataloggers

Extech Force Gauges/Dataloggers

Description

The Extech Gauges/Dataloggers provide push/pull measurements in ounces, grams and Newtons or pounds, kilograms, and Newtons

Features

  • Updates reading every 0.2 seconds and sample rate is 1 second to 9 hours
  • Zero Adjust push-button and Peak Hold switch
  • Integrated load cell measurement transducer
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The Extech Gauges/Dataloggers feature a large dual backlit LCD with a reversible display to match the viewing angle to track push/pull measurements in ounces, grams, and Newtons, or pounds, kilograms, and Newtons. The dataloggers update readings every 0.2 seconds and their sample rate is 1 second to 9 hours. The data is recorded on an SD card included in the purchase of the items. These models are ideal for a wide variety of applications in the electronics, automotive, chemical, plastics and machinery industries.

Notable Specifications:

475040-SD

  • Range: 176 oz, 5000g, 49 Newtons
  • Accuracy (23°C): ±(0.4% + 1 digit)
  • Resolution: 0.05oz, 1g, 0.01 Newtons
  • Overload capacity: 10kg
  • Display: 5 digits, 0.4" (10mm) LCD display
  • Update Rate: Fast mode 0.2 secs; Slow mode 0.6 secs.
  • Full scale deflection: 2.00mm
  • Transducer type: Load cell
  • Peak Hold: Freezes Max reading on display
  • Datalogging: Logs data with 2G SD card included
  • Dimensions/ Weight: 8.5x3.5x1.8" (215x90x45mm)/ 1.4 lbs (650g)

475044-SD

  • Range: 44 lbs, 20kg, 196 Newtons
  • Accuracy 23°C): ±(0.5% + 2 digit)
  • Resolution: 0.01lbs, 0.01kg, 0.05 Newtons
  • Overload Capacity: 30kg


What's Included:
  • (1) Gauge/Datalogger
  • (1) Hook adaptor for tension
  • (1) Compressoin adaptors (flat, cone, and chisel head)
  • (1) 5" extension rod
  • (1) SD memory card
  • (6) AA batteries
  • (1) Carrying case
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Extech Force Gauges/Dataloggers 475040-SD Digital Force Gauge/Datalogger (oz, g, Newtons)
$529.00
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Extech 475040-SD Digital Force Gauge/Datalogger 475040-SD-NIST Digital Force Gauge/Datalogger (oz, g, Newtons), with NIST Certificate
$679.00
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Extech 475044-SD High Capacity Force Gauge/Datalogger 475044-SD High Capacity Force Gauge/Datalogger (lbs, kg, Newtons)
$629.00
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Extech 475044-SD High Capacity Force Gauge/Datalogger 475044-SD-NIST High Capacity Force Gauge/Datalogger (lbs, kg, Newtons), with NIST Certificate
$779.00
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