UWC-S-60

Zebra-Tech UW-Caliper Underwater Calipers

Zebra-Tech UW-Caliper Underwater Calipers

Description

Simple to use and accurate, the UW-Caliper submersible recording calipers are a unique and valuable tool for a wide variety of underwater and rugged environment measuring jobs.

Features

  • Logs caliper measurement, time, date and optional depth at the push of a button
  • Store 8000 measurements in non-volatile memory
  • 30m water depth rating
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Zebra-Tech's UW-Calipers are the world's only underwater measuring self-logging caliper. Simple to use and accurate, the field-tough submersible recording calipers are a unique and valuable tool for a wide variety of underwater and environmental measuring jobs. At the push of a button, the UW-Calipers log the caliper jaw measurement, time and date, and optionally, the water depth. The UW-Calipers maximize productivity for divers by speeding up data collection and reducing valuable dive time.

Notable Specifications:
  • 30m water depth rating
  • Record caliper measurement, depth (with optional depth sensor), time and date at the push of a button
  • 0 to 240mm measurement range, 0.5mm resolution
  • Store 8000 measurements in non-volatile memory
  • Operates for over 100 hours on a charge
  • Simple Windows software offloads the data into an Excel spread sheet format
  • Different jaw shapes to suit the measuring job
  • Depth sensor; record the water depth with every measurement
  • Single button or dual log button option for measurement differentiation e.g length and width, or 2 species survey
  • 60 or 90mm jaw size, custom shapes and size available on request
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Zebra-Tech UW-Caliper Underwater Calipers UWC-S-60 UW-Caliper without pressure sensor, single button, 60mm jaw size Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
Zebra-Tech UW-Caliper Underwater Calipers UWC-S-90 UW-Caliper without pressure sensor, single button, 90mm jaw size
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Zebra-Tech UW-Caliper Underwater Calipers UWC-D-60 UW-Caliper without pressure sensor, dual button, 60mm jaw size
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Zebra-Tech UW-Caliper Underwater Calipers UWC-D-90 UW-Caliper without pressure sensor, dual button, 90mm jaw size
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Zebra-Tech UW-Caliper Underwater Calipers UWC-S-60-P UW-Caliper with pressure sensor, single button, 60mm jaw size
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Zebra-Tech UW-Caliper Underwater Calipers UWC-S-90-P UW-Caliper with pressure sensor, single button, 90mm jaw size
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Zebra-Tech UW-Caliper Underwater Calipers UWC-D-60-P UW-Caliper with pressure sensor, dual button, 60mm jaw size
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Zebra-Tech UW-Caliper Underwater Calipers UWC-D-90-P UW-Caliper with pressure sensor, dual button, 90mm jaw size
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Zebra-Tech UWC-SBCK UW-Caliper single button conversion kit Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
Zebra-Tech UWC-DBCK UW-Caliper dual button conversion kit Usually ships in 1-2 weeks

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