HPE III is R&D's latest development of the next generation HPE testing systems. The system offers cutting edge features above and beyond the standard HPEII model. The system is capable of taking a hardness value while a temperature sensor mounted on the bottom of the device is taking a temperature value. Equipped with aluminum casing alloy offers the end user the optimal combination of robust structure and light weight. The display will indicate the hardness value, the temperature as well as the humidity values. The system has an intuitive user Interface. This advanced shore durometer is designed for one-handed operation. A large hand grip will assist the user to approach the specimen perpendicularly and minimizing incorrect measuring angle and ensuring the right force is applied.
The unit is equipped with a large LCD display with 102 x 64 pixels with selectable information to display and now comes standard with a USB connection for the BSA test stand and battery charging purposes. The patented hand grip designed to achieve correct measuring angle and correct force amount are all standard features on HPE III. Historical measurements can be displayed for the hardness values and date/time when each measurement was taken. Excellent solution for automotive industry, rubber and plastic industry, defense and aerospace industry, and more
Shore A / A0 / B / 0 / C / D / D0 / 00 / 000 / 000S / E / L/c
|HPE |||||Available Methods|
|Temperature/humidity||DIN ISO 48-2/DIN ISO 7619|
|Sample Temperature||Shore A|
|Date and Time||Shore A0|
|Lithium Battery||Shore D|
|Display with backlight||ASTM D 2240|
|Auto-Power-Off||Shore 0 / Shore 00|
|Contact pressure acc. standards||Shore 000 / Shore 000S|
|Peak Value||Shore E / Shore B|
|USB Interface||Shore C / Shore D0|
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This Automatic test stand is perfectly compatible with our HP and HPEIII units allowing for hardness measurements in accordance with ASTM D2240 Shore standards. It is designed to help eliminate the human error factor creating consistent measuring results operator-to-operator. The pick-up device found on the test stand allows for quick and easy clamping of the hardness tester. Manual test stand option is also available.
In compliance with ISO 9000 the operator should perform a periodical equipment calibration. With this calibration device the accuracy of the Shore hardness tester is controlled. It allows for a quick control of the spring force in increments of ten for the measuring ranges including Shore A/B/0/C/D/DO and L, L/c.
DIN 53 505, EN ISO 868, NF EN ISO 868, ASTM D2240, JIS K 6253.
Standard rubber blocks are used to ensure the metrological capability of the measuring device according to the Shore standard during the frequency of recalibration. The rubber blocks are embedded in a holder made of stainless steel.
The calibration stands can come with single, 3, 5 or 6 plates including DAkkS/DKD calibration certificate
Control of the measuring distance with DAkkS/DKD / WKS Certificate
Hardtest is one of the most prominent accessories applicable to both the DigiTest and the HPE line of equipment. It comes standard with a serial interface. The software designed to eliminate all human and other error factors.
The purpose of the hardness tester calibration is to determine the unit's measure output against the standard reference. Once the unit is confirmed to meet the testing criteria, a calibration certificate is then issued indicating the measuring results and the corresponding measurement uncertainties and the instrument is marked as calibrated.
All supplied corresponding documentation offered with the calibration certificate provides traceability in accordance to national standards./p>
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