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Minimax Bolt Tension Monitor

The Mini max bolt tension monitor -ultrasonically measures the elongation produced by tightening a threaded fastener. The most cost effective ultrasonic solution for effective monitoring of bolts during periodic shutdowns.

The Minimax bolting solution visually compares the unloaded to loaded waveform, with built in linear regression or vector for optimizing load measurements. Measures time, elongation, load, stress and strain, and can store up to 8000 readings and waveforms in multiple groups. The auto set feature automatically optimizes detection and adjusts display. The Hi/Low alarm tolerance limits work in conjunction with the data port and external port shut off device.

Specifications

Product Specification

Weight  13.5 ounces (with batteries)
Size width 2.5 in/63.5 mm
Height 6.5 in/165 mm
Depth 1.24 in/31.5 mm
Operating Temperature  -14◦ to 140◦ F (-10◦ to 60◦ C)
Keyboard Membrane switch with twelve tactile keys
Case  Extruded aluminum body with nickel plated aluminum end caps (gasket sealed)
Data Output Bi-directional RS 232 serial port; Windows PC interface software
Display 1/8in VGA grayscale display (240 X 160 pixels); viewable area 2.4 X 1.8in (62 X 45.7mm); EL backlit (on/off/auto invert).

Features

Features

  • The first cost-effective ultrasonic solution available on the market.
  • Effectively monitor your bolts during periodic shutdowns over the service life of the fastener.
  • Visually compare the unloaded to the loaded waveform.
  • Measurement Quantities time (nanoseconds), Elongation, Load, Stress, and % Strain.
  • Display Options – RF Rectified, large digits with limit bar.
  • Display Resolution 1/8 inch VGA 240 X 160 pixels.
  • Stores 8000 readings and waveforms in multiple groups.
  • Built-in liner regression or vector for optimizing load measurements.
  • Auto set feature automatically optimizes detection and adjusts display.
  • HI/LO alarm tolerance limits work in conjunction with the data port and external pump shut-off device.
 
 

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