Digital Force Gauge for Handheld

DST series

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DST-50N DST-50N

DST Series Standard Set DST Series Standard Set

DST-50N

DST Series Standard Set

Reasonable

Long OPR

GRF

Digital force gauge for handheld has capacity of 1000N with basic functions, and are most economical, easy-to-operate and compact size. With a shape that fits in your hand, a light weight of 460g, and a battery that allows up to 30 hours of continuous use, simple type digital force gauge is ideal for handheld measurement. Despite its simplicity, simple type digital force gauges are equipped with convenient functions for measurement and management, such as a pass/fail judgement, a warning alarm to prevent malfunctions due to overload, and notification of calibration time. Software for importing data to a PC is also included. Some functions require connection to separately-sold products.

Feature

  • Hand fitting design and light weight ideal for stable measurement even for handheld use
  • Great portability with long battery life (lasts 30 hours continuously at max with backlight off), and various charging methods (charges from a PC or a mobile battery)
  • Easy data management using supplied software Force Logger via USB connection to PC
  • Mechanical stopper for overload prevention (up to 50N range)
  • Assists management of force gauges with calibration schedule reminder showing a message 30 days in advance from the set schedule

User Guide Videos

Setting

Select A Measurement Mode

Setting

Set High Low Setpoints

Setting

Turn On Reverse Display

Setting

Turn On Overload Alarm

Setting

Select Sensitivity Level

Setting

Turn On Calibration Reminder

Setting

Install Force Logger Driver (DSV/DST Series)

Setting

Use Force Logger in Wired/Wireless Mode

Setting

Select Items to Show and Save, Change and Save the Settings of Force Gauge in Force Logger

Mounting

Digital Force Gauges Fix Optional Handle Attachment

Measurement

Compression Tests

Measurement

Tension (Tensile) Tests

Data Record

Connect External Devices

Data Record

Save Data, Open the Saved File by Force Logger

Maintenance

The Procedures of Daily Inspection

Maintenance

Battery Replacement

Troubleshooting

Handling Precaution for Avoiding the Sensor Fault

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