Automatic conversion between different hardness scales:
Correlations between HL values and other standard hardness Values (Brinell, Vickers, Rockwell and Shore) have been established for 9 most commonly used materials. Conversions between different scales can be readily accomplished.
Measurements can be made from several different directions:
This feature makes it convenient to conduct hardness measurements on a large part or within a confined space.
The measuring accuracy may be compromised if erroneous data with an abnormally large deviation are accepted.
The instrument provides a manual error-correcting deleting function during batch test situations.
High batch testing efficiency:
For a batch test that involves testing a large number of similar parts, the expected range of hardness values can be pre-set based on different requirements for improved testing efficiency. Upper or lower hardness limits can be pre-set for material sorting.
Data printing functions:
Data acquired may be printed out immediately or stored and printed at a later time.
RS-232C Communication port:
Transfer data to a PC for further data reduction and processing.
When the tester remains idle for 4 minutes (no measurement made and no key-pad pressing operation) or when battery power is below a critical level, tester power will be automatically switched off.
During power-up and power-down, the tester is capable of automatic re-setting.
LCD backlit by advance Electro-Luminescence (EL) technology:
Liquid crystal display with back-illuminating capability.
Intelligent battery recharge management.
Pre-Loaded Material Codes:
Steel, Cast steel, Alloy Tool Steel, Grey Cast Iron, Nodular Cast Iron, Aluminium Alloys, Brass, Bronze, Copper alloys
Strength testing Conversion for steel and cast steel.