Coating Thickness Gauges


TIM-TT210 (Code: TIM-TT210)
Features: - Two measuring methods: magnetic induction (F) and eddy current (N) - Magnetic induction (F) method is used to measure the thickness of non-magnetic coating on ferrous metal - Eddy current (N) method is used to measure the thickness of non-conducting coating on non-ferrous materials - Automatic recognition of substrate - Automatic selection of measuring methods 5 statistical ways: Mean values / Max. values / Min. values / testing numbers.(No.) / standard deviations (S.DeV) - Upper-lower limit setting and sound alarm - Data output to printer or PC by RS232 cable - 500 readings can be stored - 2 measuring modes: continuous / single - 2 stop ways: Manual/automatic
TIM-TT211 (Code: TIM-TT211)
Features: - Measuring method: magnetic induction (F) - Economical model with F probe integrated - Single point measurement mode - Easy calibration on zero point - 3 kinds of adjustable resolution for different application - High speed data collection - Automatically switch off - Easy conversion between mm and inch
TIM-TT270 (Code: TIM-TT270)
Features: - Two measuring methods: magnetic induction (F) and eddy current (N). When F probe is equipped, it can measure the non-magnetic coating in magnetism substrate, when N probe is equipped, it measure the non-conductive coating on non-magnetism substrate - 6 types of probes are available for various applications:F400,F1,F1/90,F10,N1,CN02 - 2 measurement modes: continuous / single - 5 statistical ways: Mean values / Max. values / Min. values / testing numbers.(No.) / standard deviations (S.DeV) - 640 measured values can be stored - Integrated with printer for convinient use - Low battery indication - 2 switch off modes: manual and auto




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