Push Pull Gauges
Imada Push Pull Gauge
|Accuracy||+-0.3%F. S or less|
|Operating Environment||0~+40 Degree C|
- Easy handling with less risk of malfunctions or glitches caused by external circumstances such as noise or static electricity due to the rugged mechanical construction
- Economical solution for simple force measurement
- Measures both compression and tension force
- Captures peak value easily using switchable peak hold function
- Assists accurate measurement with tare ring to adjust zero
Imada Digital Push Pull Gauge
|Display Type||4-digit Organic EL|
|Display Update||16 / sec|
|Sampling Rate||2000 data / sec at maximum|
|Battery||8 hours (2 hours charge)|
|Safe Overload Rating||Approx.200%F.S.|
|Operating Environment||0 to +40 degree Celsius, Humidity: 20 to 80%RH|
- High sampling rate (2000Hz) for accurate results, capturing small changes and accurate peak values by following rapid changes of force
- Easy data management using supplied software Force Logger via USB connection to PC or optional software Force Recorder Light/Standard for real-time graphing
- Reduces risk of misreading values with easy-to-read high luminance organic EL display
- Improves efficiency of testing using the equipped I/O functions for combining with external devices
- Optional software Force Recorder Light/Standard available for real-time graphing of force vs. time at 2000 data/sec on PC, visualizing small changes of force for detailed analysis of results
Insize Push Pull Gauge
|Accuracy||+-1% (of load capacity)|
|Capacity||500 N (50 kgf)|
Insize Digital Push Pull Gauge
|Model Name/Number||ISF-DF 5A|
|Display Type||LCD Display With Backlite|
|Accuracy||+-0.2% (Of Load Capacity)|
|Country of Origin||Made in India|
|Load Capacity||5 N|
|Power Supply||Built-in Rechargeable Battery|
Insize Digital Push Pull Gauge
|Accuracy||+-0.2% (of load capacity)|
|Load Capacity (N)||5|
|Minimum Order Quantity||1 Number|
|Measuring Range||5NM to 2000NM|
|Display Type||Dial / Digital|
|Accuracy||For Digital +/- 0.2% | For Dial +/- 1% off Load Capacity|
|Storage Temperature||22 Degree|
|Resolution||.0005 NM onwards|
A force gauge, also known as a force meter, is a measuring instrument used to quantify the force applied to an object. It is commonly used in various industries and applications where the measurement of force or tension is important. Here are some common uses of force gauges:
Quality Control and Testing: Force gauges are often used in manufacturing and quality control processes to ensure that products meet certain force or tension specifications. For example, in the electronics industry, force gauges can be used to test the pressure required to activate a button on a device.
Material Testing: Force gauges are used to test the strength and properties of materials, such as tensile strength, compression strength, and flexural strength. This is important in fields like construction, materials science, and engineering.
Packaging and Seal Integrity Testing: In industries where packaging and sealing are crucial, force gauges can be used to test the force required to open or close a package, ensuring that the seals are properly intact.
Medical Applications: In the medical field, force gauges can be used to measure forces exerted during procedures like medical device testing, orthopedic implant testing, and rehabilitation exercises.
Automotive and Aerospace: Force gauges play a role in testing components, materials, and assemblies in the automotive and aerospace industries to ensure safety and performance.
Research and Development: Force gauges are used in research and development to understand material behavior, study mechanical properties, and design new products.
Human Ergonomics and Biomechanics: Force gauges can be used to measure forces exerted by humans on objects, such as grip strength testing, ergonomics studies, and biomechanics research.
Consumer Electronics Testing: In the design and manufacturing of consumer electronics, force gauges can be used to test the durability and functionality of buttons, switches, and touchscreens.
Food Industry: Force gauges are used to measure the force required to bite, chew, or cut food products, aiding in texture analysis and quality control.
Textile Industry: Force gauges are employed to measure the force required to stretch or tear textiles, helping to assess fabric strength and durability.
Pharmaceutical Industry: Force gauges can be used to test the breaking strength of tablets and capsules in the pharmaceutical manufacturing process.
Sports Equipment Testing: Force gauges can be used to evaluate the performance and durability of sports equipment such as tennis rackets, golf clubs, and athletic shoes.
- Delivery Time: 5-15 Days
- Packaging Details: Cardboard Boxes