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MX3 Digital Ultrasonic Material Thickness Gauge

The MX-3 is a professional ultrasonic thickness gauge providing extreme flexibility & accuracy to field calibrate to a variety of materials instantly for material thickness measurement.

The MX3 is a sturdy & highly accurate material thickness gauge for professional users requiring high accuracy & demanding years of error free performance while requiring only basic thickness measurement of various materials.

Specifications
Product Specification
Measuring Range (Pulse-Echo Mode) 0.63 to 500 mm
Resolution 0.01 mm
Velocity Rang 1250 to 10,000 meters/sec
Transducer Dual element (transmit and receive).
  1 to 10 MHz frequency range.
  Locking quick disconnect Lemo connectors. 4 foot cable
Certification Factory calibration traceable to national standards.
Display 4.5 Digit LCD with 0.5dgts numerals & backlight, measure in inches, inches/microsecond, mm, m/s
Case Extruded aluminum body / nickel plated
  Aluminum end caps
  Resistant to impact and environmentally sealed.
Keypad Sealed membrane that is resistant to both water and petroleum products.
  6 tactile-feedback keys
Power Source Two 1.5V alkaline or 1.2V NiCad AA cells.
  Typically operates for 200 hours on alkaline and 130 hours on NiCad. Display flashes when battery is low.
  Display flashes when battery is low.
  Unit turns off automatically if battery is too low to operate reliably.
Operating Temperature -30 to +50 C
Size 63.5 x 114.3 x 31.5mm
Weight 283.5g
Item Code ST-MX3
Features
Features
Two-Point Calibration option.
Standard measurement mode for 4 readings per second.
High speed scan mode for 16 readings per second.
Readings are viewable on real time basis while scanning.
Bar graph in LCD display indicates stability of reading.
Backlit display.
Probe zero function.
 
 
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