The The PZX-7DL is a precision ultrasonic wall thickness gauge designed for high-resolution measurements on thin-wall metal and plastics. It is packaged in a sturdy extruded aluminum housing which is sealed for excellent environmental protection assuring trouble-free use even in the toughest field and production environments.
The built-in datalogger has a capacity of 10,000 data values stored in up to 40 batches with 250 values/batch which is transferred via the USB port using the supplied cable. The PZX-7DL does not require any software, it will be shown as a drive when connected to a PC allowing convenient drag-n-drop into your program of choice. Data is saved in a comma deliminated file format (.csv) which makes it compatible with all programs and software.
The PZX-7DL has measuring range in steel from 0.0060 to 1.0000 inch, (0.15 to 25.40 mm). Using a single element delay tip transducer, the gauges will measure thin materials and automatically remove any coatings in Echo-Echo Mode (E-E) as well as automatically switch to Interface Echo Mode (I-E)when measuring thicker materials, For measurement of plastics, the user would select Plastic Mode (PLAS) and use the option Graphite Delay Line Tip (p/n X-633-0000).
Additional Measuring Modes include Differential (DIFF) where a user sets a "nominal value" and the gauge displays the ± difference between then nominal and actual wall thickness, Alarm (user-set Hi/Low Limits) trigger Hi/Lo LED's when the measured values are out of tolerance and Velocity Mode.
The PZX-7DL can also be used with single element contact transducers for wall thickness measurements up to 36 inches (923 mm).
Resolution of 0.0001 inch (0.001 mm)
Large, backlit LCD display retains last reading
Selectable units of inch or mm
Selectable Backlight ON/OFF/AUTO
Includes NIST Traceable Calibration Certificate
IP 65 Rated for protection even in the toughest field conditions
5 Year Warranty, CE-Certified and Made in USA
Scan mode, 100 readings/sec. Probe is slid over a large measuring area, the minimum thickness during the "scan"
will be displayed
Adjustable GAIN (AGC) in 5 steps to fine tune the gauge for use on challenging materials or applications
Can be used with both Single Element Delay Line and contact transducers (5 to 20MHz)
LCD shows Thickness Value, Velocity Setting, Gain Setting, Stability & Battery Indicators, Scan Mode, Zero and
Operates on two (2) AA Batteries - 45 hours continuous operation
Calibrate to a sample of known thickness which automatically calculates the optimal acoustic velocity
USB Data output of single values for transfer to data collection devices (no internal memory)
Powered by: 120MHz FPGA timing & 100 volt spike pulser