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    Handheld Digital Force Gauge, Push Pull, 0-500N

    The digital push-pull force gauge is available with a variety of measuring ranges, including ±10 N, ±20 N, ±30 N, ±50 N, ±100 N, ±200 N, ±300 N, and ±500 N. Featuring an ergonomic design, this push-pull force gauge is easy to handle and operate. Ideal for laboratory research, industrial applications, and quality control, this force gauge offers precise and dependable measurements for a wide range of needs.
    SKU: ATO-DY920
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    Delivery date: 6-12 days

    The push-pull force gauge provides ±10N, ±20N, ±30N, ±50 N, ±100 N, ±200 N, ±300 N, and ±500 N. It supports multiple units of measurement such as Newtons, pounds, and kilograms. This foce gauge is designed with ergonomics in mind, ensuring easy handling and operation. Perfect for use in laboratory research, industrial settings, and quality control, the digital push-pull force gauge delivers accurate and reliable measurements to meet diverse requirements.

    Specification & Feature

    Range 0-500N
    Sample Rate 2000Hz
    Nonlinear Better than 0.2%
    Display Indexing -99999~999999
    Signal Input -15~15mV
    Drift Less than 20ppm
    Built-in Battery 3200mAh battery, battery life lasts for 10 hours when fully charged, low battery reminder
    Sample Rate 50Hz~12800Hz six levels adjustable
    Display Interface Real-time curves, historical curves/tables, peak-to-valley value display, and switchable landscape screen
    Real-time Monitoring Automatically capture peak-to-valley values and analyze sensor status
    Set the Parameters It can be backed up and restored, and restored with one click
    Weightless Calibration Simply enter the sensor parameters and the calibration is complete
    Smart Sensors Automatic calibration and modification of corresponding units and decimal points (using our TEDS smart sensors)
    Connect to a Computer The TYPE-C cable (RS485 optional) can be used to export force data directly with a PC
    Interface Test Interface View the debugging data of serial port and wireless communication
    Data Retention 200 sets of historical data of peak and valley values are saved, and they are not lost when the power is off
    Alert Method Upper limit alarm, lower limit alarm, peak-to-valley alarm, and automatic alarm for double the overrange
    Capture Method Threshold-Threshold, Threshold-Time, Threshold-Button
    Built-in Sensors Optional

    Dimension (mm)

    Pull push force gauge dimension

    Status Icon

    Icons Name Icons Description
    Transient Regime Transient regime Force value instability: When the force value fluctuation is greater than the stability condition parameter, the icon will appear, indicatingl that the system is currently in an unstable state
    Zero Status Zero status When the real time force value is less than the automatic zero range of the power, it will be zero and the icon will be displayed
    Wireless Commun Ication Wireless commun ication When the handheld instrument wireless comunication is successful, the icon will be displayed and will disappear when there is no communication within 200 ms
    String Commun Ication String commun ication When the handheld instrumenti serial comunication is successful, the icon will be displayed and will disappear when there is no communication within 200 ms
    Alert status Alert status When the handheld instrument reaches the set alarm condition,the icon will be displayed and the buzzer will work, when the real time force value exceeds the set range, the icon will be displayed at 50ms interval and the buzzer works for 100 ms interval


    Digital force gauge applications

    Tips: How to Select a Pull Push Force Gauge

    When selecting a Pull Push Force Gauge, several factors should be considered to ensure it meets your specific measurement requirements. Some of the key factors to consider include:

    • Measuring Range and Capacity: Determine the range of forces you need to measure, as well as the maximum capacity required for your applications. Ensure that the force gauge has a measuring range and capacity suitable for your intended use.
    • Accuracy and Resolution: Look for a force gauge with high accuracy and resolution to ensure precise measurements. Consider the level of accuracy needed for your applications and choose a force gauge that meets those requirements.
    • Display Type and Readability: Consider whether you prefer a digital or analog display for your force gauge. Digital displays typically offer easier readability and may provide additional features such as peak hold and real-time data logging.
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