Vickers Testing Machine

Vickers Hardness Testing Machine - Model - M VM50

Vickers Hardness Testing Machine - Model - M RASN PC

Features
  • Fully Computerized (PC Based) Vickers Hard Machine.
  • Direct and accurate measurement of Vickers Hardness
  • Number using "State of Art" image processing technology.
  • High accuracy and repeatability of measurement at all loads.
  • Faster measurement yielding to higher productivity.
Latest GUI Features:
  • Online indentation setting and focusing on PC monitor.
  • User-friendly software with all help file and Window features.
PC requirements :
  • Can be connected to Laptop or Desktop PC.
  • Easy to carry anywhere and handy for use with easy setup.
  • Minimum Pentium -II with 64 RAM
  • Windows 98 Operating system.
  • (PC not included in standard scope of supply.)
  • One USB 2.0 and one Rs232 (serial) interface
  • (9pin) is required and it is recommended for Loptop to use external USB to serial converter for
Batch file Processing:
  • Option for date/storage and reports generation.
Statistical Evaluation:
  • Software for calculating standard deviation, mode medium, histogram etc.

Specification

SPECIFICATION
UNIT
M-VM 50 (PC)
Total Load kg. 5, 10, 20, 30 & 50
Max. Testing Height mm 200
Scale least count mm 0.001
Throat Depth mm 135
Machine Dimension (Approx.) mm L 585 x W 290 x H 860
Net Weight (Approx.) kg 70
Power Supply   220 V, 50 Hz, 1 Phase

Model M RASN PC : Digital Computerised
  • Hadrness Tester for Rochwell tests, Motorised for automatic operration cycle i.e. load / dwell/unload.
  • Preliminary Test Force - 98.07 N (10 kgf.)
  • Additional Test Force - 490.3, 882.6. 1373 N (50, 90, 140 kgf.)
  • Total Test Force -588.4, 980.7, 1471 N (60, 100, 150 kgf.)
  • Test Force selection in software / Digital Panel. Set position with LED bar indicator for easy operation.
  • Key-board entry through reliable membrance switches for scale / dwell time selection.
  • Large size scale display for easy reading with 0.1 Rockwell resolution. User Friendly Software.
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