PCE-900 Metal hardness testing durometer for metals
Measurement of tensile strength / 9 materials pre-calibrated / Conversion into 5 different hardness scales / Type D impact probe
The Leeb Metal Hardness Testing Durometer PCE-900 measures the hardness of nine different metals using the Leeb rebound method.
This means that with the durometer a firing pin bounces on a metallic surface and the intensity of the rebound is used as an indicator of the material hardness.
The durometer PCE-900 measures the metal hardness in 5 different hardness scales, including: Rockwell, Vickers, Leeb, Brinell and Shore.
A distinction is made between Rockwell B and C when measuring in the Rockwell scale.
The Leeb durometer PCE-900 comes with a type D impact probe as standard. This probe can be used for many measurements. Via the data interface, the measured values can be transmitted live to the PC. The scope of supply is completed by an ISO calibration certificate which certifies the accuracy of the measuring device with traceability. This makes the PCE-900 Leeb durometer an important instrument in the field of material inspection in goods control.
|Measuring range||200 ... 900 HL|
|Measuring accuracy||± 0.8% at HLD=900|
|Materials||9 common material presets|
|Hardness scales||Leeb: HL
Rockwell C: HRC
Rockwell B: HRB
|Display||12.5 mm / 0.5" LCD with backlight|
|Impact probe||Type D|
|Memory||50 data sets|
|Power supply||4 x 1.5V AAA batteries|
|Environmental conditions||Operating temperature: -10 ... 50°C / 14 ... 122°F
Storage temperature: -30 ... 60°C / -22 ... 140°F
Relative humidity: < 90%
|Dimensions||142 x 77 x 40 mm / 5.59 x 3.03 x 1.58 in|
|Weight||Device weight: ca. 130 g / < 1 lb
Probe weight: 75 g / < 1 lb
|Cable length||ca. 1.2 m / 3.9 ft|