Dakota Ultrasonics ZX-1 Ultrasonic Thickness Gauge

Dakota Ultrasonics ZX-1 is a basic fixed velocity gauge that requires no special training to operate. Calibration is done by simply scrolling to a known material velocity. The gauge was designed and built to withstand the roughest industry conditions, are affordable, and backed by a 5-year limited warranty. If you’re looking for a quality instrument to reliably meet or exceed your application expectations, look no further.

PHYSICAL

Weight: 11 ounces (with batteries).
Size: Width (2.5 in / 63.5 mm)
Height (5.17 in / 131.3 mm)
Depth (1.24 in / 31.5 mm)
Operating Temperature: -22 to 167F (-30 to 75C).
Case: Aluminum body with nickel-plated aluminum end caps (gasket sealed).

KEYPAD

The sealed membrane that is resistant to both water and petroleum products.
Seven or eight tactile-feedback keys.


TRANSDUCER

Dual element (transmit and receive)
1 to 10 MHz frequency range.
Locking quick disconnect LEMO connectors.
4-foot cable.
Custom transducers available for special applications.

POWER SOURCE

Two 1.5V alkalines, 1.2V NiCad, or 1.5V Lithium AA cells
Typically operates for 45 hours on alkaline and 23 hours on NiCad.
With a low battery indicator on display. Unit turns off automatically when the battery is too low to operate reliably.

DISPLAY

Multi-function 7 segment 4.5 digit liquid crystal display with 0.500 in digit height. Two 0.125 in14 segment fields for labels and values, and one 7 segment field for labels and values. Additional icons to indicate features and modes.
The backlight is selectable on/off/auto, and selectable brightness (Lo, Med, Hi) options.
Bar graph indicates stability of reading.

CERTIFICATION

Factory calibration traceable to NIST & MIL-STD 45662A.

WARRANTY

5 year limited.

MEASURING

Range: Measures from 0.025 to 36.00 inches (0.63 to 1219.2 millimeters). Range dependent on material and transducer type.
Units: English & Metric
Resolution: 0.001 inches (0.01 millimeters)
Velocity Range: 0.0120 to .7300 in/μs (305 to 18,542 m/sec)
PRF: 200Hz
Display Update Rate: 10Hz

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