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  • Styli and Probes-Image
    Styli and Probes - (82 companies)
    Styli and probes are slender, rod-shaped stems and contact tips or points used to probe surfaces in conjunction with profilometers, SPMs, CMMs, gages and dimensional scanners. Styli and Probes Information. Styli and probes are slender rod-shaped... Learn More
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    Ultrasonic Instruments - (264 companies)
    ...or missing closures. Material condition testers are used to evaluate materials properties or conditions such as hardness, residual stress, strength, elasticity or density. Most ultrasonic instruments consist of a non-contact focusing probe and integral... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Thickness Gages - (392 companies)
    ...specifications, applications, and features. There are three main performance specifications to consider when selecting thickness gages: thickness range, thickness resolution, and number of channels or probes. In terms of applications... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Flaw Detectors - (262 companies)
    ...the part.Technologies for flaw detectors include optical or laser methods, penetrant testing systems, radiographic or X-ray equipment, and ultrasonic (UT) inspection techniques. Optical-based NDT instruments use techniques such as laser shearography... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    CMM Probes - (90 companies)
    Coordinating measuring machine (CMM) probes are transducers that convert physical measurements into electrical signals, using various measuring systems within the probe structure. Coordinate measuring machines (CMM) probes are transducers... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Temperature Probes - (805 companies)
    Temperature probes are devices used to sense and measure temperature. Probe technology options include thermocouple, RTD, thermistor, and solid state types. Temperature can be measured via a diverse array of sensors. All of them infer temperature... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Scanning Probe Microscopes - (11 companies)
    Scanning Probe Microscopes forms images of surfaces by using a physical probe that scans the specimen. Examples include AFM (atomic force microscopes), MFM (magetic force microscopes), STM (scanning tunneling microscopes) and many others. How... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • NMR Probes - (6 companies)
    ...sensitivity for small amounts of highly soluble materials. Features. The key product features of NMR probes include auto-tuning and pulsed field gradients. Auto-tuned probes do not require the user to tune the probe to accommodate variances... Learn More
  • Thermocouple Temperature Probes - (489 companies)
    Lettered choices for thermocouple type include E, J, K, N, T, B, S, R, W, and C. The element configuration for thermocouple temperature probes may be single, double, or more than two. There are many choices for probe configuration. Examples include... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Electrical Test Probes - (256 companies)
    ...frequency probes, high voltage probes, magnetic probes, and optical probes. A coaxial test probe is a spring loaded, signal-conducting probe insulated from its shell or shielding tube by a dielectric material. Coaxial test probes have rated nominal impedance... Search by Specification | Learn More
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When it comes to temperature probes, users have many sensor types to choose from, including thermistors, RTDs and thermocouples. Thermocouples come in many different types and tend to be the most commonly used probe due to their low cost, high durability, and wide temperature range. Troubleshooting...

Inspection Solutions. Doubler Edge Skin Crack Inspection Solution. CFRP Flat Panels Inspection Solution. Flaw Detectors. Ultrasonic Flaw Detectors. EPOCH 1000. EPOCH 600. EPOCH LTC. EPOCH XT. EPOCH LT. OmniScan MX UT. OmniScan MX2 UT/TOFD. OmniScan SX. OmniScan iX UT. Sonic 1200M. Probes and Transducers...

...organization, you can help to level it out by simply adding a thermal buffer, usually just a small bottle of propylene glycol to the probe (a nylon block can work just as well). This is a really effective way to stabilize your probe 's temperature readings when using any Type K thermocouple bead wire...

...the roof covering manufacturer establishes a particular maximum exposure temperature for his product that is below 125 degrees F it is very easy to control the maximum temperature achieved by the ZMesh using a temperature probe that shuts the system off in the event ZMesh exceeds the maximum set point...

...list of troubleshooting tips for users seeing extreme temperature readings. When logging into the Accsense system, if the indicated temperatures seem to be way out of range, this is an indication that the RTD probe has been miswired, or that perhaps there is a broken wire. If the temperature indicates...

...to the probe. This provides thermal mass which will dampen the system 's response time and eliminate the temperature spikes caused by opening the door. Thermal buffers also have the benefit of making the reported temperature more closely mimic the actual temperature of the refrigerated product...

1 1394a. 1 x16 PCI-E/3 x1, 3 PCI. 3 fan headers, SOHO router daughter card, Norton Security 2004, Norton Ghost 2003. www.biostar-usa.com. DFI. LANParty UT 915P-T12. $170. 915P. ICH6. Marvell 88E8053 (PCI-E GbE), Marvell 88E8001 (PCI GbE). None . Realtek ALC880: 7.1 analog, coax SPDIF in and out. 6...

Precision Inc. (Logan, UT), and Pleasant Precision Inc. (Kenton, OH). Humatrope reconstitution device, manufactured by Eli Lilly and Co., Pharmaceutical Delivery Systems (Indianapolis). Entry submitted by IDEO (Palo Alto, CA). The Humatrope reconstitution device is used to mix a diluent (liquid...

...to run a thermocouple probe through the top of the cooler to its internal slab housing the evaporator, and it was more convenient to go hardwire than to use wireless devices. Among the 3 medical units were a deep freezer, another freezer kept at -30 C (-22 F), and 2 medical refrigerators, which were...

...to the data you need to capture. Many users initially set their datalogging recording rates at very high sample rates, such as 10 samples a second; however, this is often unnecessary depending on the probe they 're using. For example, a 1/4 inch probe may take as long as 10 seconds to register any...

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