The new Check-Line RX-DD is a precision Digital Durometer ideal for laboratory use. It features a large direct drive LCD display, RS232 data ports for computer compatibility, a locking feature to prevent accidental erasure of tolerances, automatic shutoff, low battery warning, and accessories such as MTI and SPC type printers, audio attachments and software.
Type M Durometers require test stand OS-3 per ASTM D2240.
- Includes NIST-Traceable Calibration Certificate
- High and low buttons for setting tolerance limits
- One year warranty
- Holds Peak reading until reset
- 0.1 Unit Resolution
- Supplied in custom fit carrying case
- Conforms to ASTM D-2240
- Optional Removable Stainless Steel Barrel for Medical and Food Applications
Minimum Sample Thickness
-Type A = 6 mm (1/4")
-Type M = 1.25 mm (0.050")
The RX-DD is supplied as a complete kit including the durometer, 115V AC Adapter (230V AC Adapter is OPTIONAL), instruction manual and calibration certificate in a foam-fitted metal carrying case.
|Measruing Range||0 - 100 Units|
|Accuracy*||±1 durometer unit (A,B,C,D,E,O,DO) |
±2 durometer units (OO,OOO)
±4 durometer units (M)
|Tolerance||± 0.5 at "100" and -0 +1 at "0"|
|Dimensions||2.25" x 6.125"|
|Power Supply||(2) 3V CR-2450 Batteries|
115V AC Adapter Included. 230V AC Adapter Optional
|* Note||per ASTM D 2240-05, Sect 9.3: It is accepted that durometer readings below 20 or above 90 are not considered reliable. It is suggested that readings in these ranges be omitted.|
The DD-DB1 "Smart" USB cable connects the durometer to a computer. The output of the SmartCable Keyboard is a standard USB 2.0 keyboard signal. Connecting the SmartCable Keyboard with its built-in keyboard wedge to a computer will allow the SmartCable to be identified as a keyboard device that can send data to any Microsoft Windows application - no software wedge required. The SmartCable Keyboard will make the gauge readings appear as if they were typed in using a standard keyboard - eliminates data collection errors. If you want to collect data into a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet, simply select the cell where you want the data to appear.