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Ultrasonic Thickness Gage, 0.100 to 5 In
- Item # 2DPP2
- Mfr. Model # PosiTector UTG ME
- UNSPSC # 41111623
- Catalog Page # 814
- Shipping Weight 1.8 lbs.
- ItemUltrasonic Thickness Gauge
- Base MaterialSteel
- Measuring Range0.100 to 5.0" (2.5 to 125mm)
- Accuracy+/-0.001", +/-0.01mm
- Resolution (In./mm)0.001/ 0.01
- Velocity Ranges0.0492 to 0.393"/uSec, 1250 to 10,000 M/Sec
- Measurement Rate3 Readings/Sec.
- Frequency (MHz)5
- Data StorageYes
- InterfaceUSB + IR Printing
- Recording Capacity250
- Cord Length3 Ft / 0.9 M
- ApplicationMeasure the Metal Thickness of a Painted Structure Without Having to Remove the Coating.
- StandardsASTM E797
- Calibration CertificateNIST
- Includes3 AAA Batteries, Protective Rubber Holster with Belt Clip, Couplant, Nylon Carrying Case with Shoulder Strap and Instructions
- Manufacturers Warranty Length2 Years
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