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发表于 2020-8-11 17:23:45 | 显示全部楼层 |阅读模式
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8400K Digital Optical Micrometer Kit
An Essential Part of a Complete Maintenance Arsenal.
The 8400K Optical Micrometer is a portable inspection microscope with depth measurement capability. It quickly and accurately measures the depth of scratches, fractures, cracks, crazing, corrosion pits, scribe lines, and other surface damage. The Optical Micrometer is easy to operate and requires no special training or expertise. It is durable, portable, can be easily calibrated in-house, and has no shelf life concerns.
The Micrometer can be used on flat or curved surfaces, metals, plastics, composites, painted or chemically treated finishes, and transparencies. The Micrometer is capable of magnifications of 40X – 200X with depth measurements at an accuracy of +/- 0.001”.
The 8400K kit comes in a rugged, foam-lined case, ideal for use in the field, and includes interchangeable bases and optics for different applications. Kit Dimensions: 14” x 12” x 5”. Kit Weight: 7 LBS.
How it Works
Depth measurements are obtained by measuring the distance between two points on different focal planes. The user simply focuses on the undamaged surface next to the top of the damaged area (Surface A) to establish a zero reference point, then focuses on the lowest point of the damaged area (Surface B), and reads the depth from the digital display.
Take the Guesswork out of Visual Inspection.
In a cost-conscious environment, maintainers are under more pressure than ever to keep parts in service. Proper defect classification has a huge impact on resources, readiness and safety, so obtaining accurate measurements quickly and reducing inspection discrepancies is critical. The ability to make fast, reliable and repeatable measurements of surface damage presents a significant opportunity for cost savings by maximizing part life cycles.
Proper dispositioning the first time a part is checked can avoid lengthy repairs and reduce down time waiting for new parts. Repeatability ensures the validation of results, reducing delays that occur when involved parties attempt to reach a consensus on “repair or replace” maintenance decisions.
Cost Saving Case Studies.
Many standards and technical publications set maximum limits for surface damage on critical components, but the methods most commonly used for measuring surface damage are unreliable and impractical.
Ball scribes, pit gages, dial indicators and other probe-style gages may be cheap and easily portable but are problematic in a number of ways. The graduated dial indicator is difficult to read and can result in inaccurate measurements. It can also be difficult to hold the gage steady and at a consistent angle, making repeatability poor on anything but a very flat surface. Even on a flat surface, the deepest part of the damaged area may be narrower than the probe. In this case, lack of visual confirmation often results in incorrect defect classification.
Compare Gage R&R of Optical Micrometer and Pit Gage.
Any complete maintenance arsenal should include an easy, quick and portable method to obtain fast, accurate and repeatable measurements of surface damage. Saving resources without sacrificing safety or readiness makes the 8400K indispensable for maintainers and inspectors around the world.

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