PCE-900 Material hardness tester for metals
Measurement of tensile strength / 9 materials pre-calibrated / Conversion into 6 different hardness scales / Type D impact probe
The Leeb Hardness Tester PCE-900 measures the hardness of nine different metals using the Leeb rebound method.
This means that with the hardness tester a firing pin bounces on a metallic surface and the intensity of the rebound is used as an indicator of the material hardness.
The hardness tester PCE-900 measures the metal hardness in 6 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 hardness tester PCE-900 comes with a type D impact probe as standard. This probe can be used for many measurements. Via the optional software, the measured values can be transmitted live to the PC. This makes the PCE-900 Leeb hardness tester 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|