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Calibration is a process to verify whether a force/torque gauge maintains good accuracy or not. Force/torque gauges are necessary to be calibrated periodically just like a watch maintenance. IMADA and some of our distributors offer calibration service.
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No. It is NOT broken. NG light indicates that measured value is lower or higher than set points. (-NG: lower than the low set point, +NG: higher than the high set point).
Regarding how to set set points, please see the user guide video in each product web page.
Or you can also refer to the instruction manual.
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No we only accept amplifier (indicator) and load cell (force sensor) as a set for repair and calibration.

It is highly likely that its internal sensor is damaged. If so, the sensor needs to be replaced.
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Separated Sensor type force gauge gets these signs when the indicator and sensor are disconnected. Make sure that the sensor is connected to the indicator.

Measurement instruments, such as ZTA series, eFA Plus2 series, HTGA series, DTXA series, supply electricity to the connected equipment, such as linear scale, test stand and USB memory. So the battery life will be shorter.

It may be some problems with battery or AC adapter. You can replace the battery or AC adapter by yourself for some products. Please see the user guide video on each product web page. You can also refer to the product instruction manual.
For discontinued products. please see the details of discontinued products page to confirm whether repair is possible or not.
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Please check if it can power on while it is being charged with AC adapter.
Please make sure that the battery is fully charged.

If you still can not solve the problem after the check, then it is likely that internal battery has gone bad or there is problem with AC adapter.
You can replace the battery or AC adapter by yourself for some products. Please see the user guide video on each product web page. You can also refer to the product instruction manual.
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It is likely that a sensor is broken (overloaded). If so, it is necessary to replace the sensor.
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Please make sure that its power cable is connected well to outlet.
Please make sure that its fuse is not cut off.

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Please make sure that the emergency button is off. (You can turn the button in a clockwise direction to switch it off.)
Please make sure that the test speed is not the lowest. (It is hard to see if it moves or not if the speed is low.)
Pleases make sure that two limit knobs are away enough since the force gauge moves up/down between the knobs. The black limit knobs are at the side of the stand.

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