Ultrasonic Thickness GaugeREED
The TM-8811 is a REED Ultrasonic Thickness Gauge suitable for measuring the thickness of steel, cast iron, aluminum, red copper, zinc, quartz glass, polyethylene, PVC, grey cast iron and nodular cast iron. The REED TM-8811 provides ±(0.5% + 0.2"/0.1mm) accuracy and was featured with functions such as auto calibration or automatic material calibration. The Reed TM-8811 Ultrasonic Thickness Meter has a velocity range of 500 to 9000 m/s and velocity range of 500 to 9000 m/s.
REED TM-8811 Features
- Digital display provides exact readings without guessing or errors
- Auto calibration
- Automatic material calibration
- Selectable metric or imperial measuring units
- Broad band receiving sensitivity means the meter can read probes of different frequencies
- Can display sound velocity at the touch of a button
- Automatic power off
- Use the material selection button to accurately measure the thickness of steel, cast iron, aluminum, red copper, zinc, quartz glass, polyethylene, PVC, gray cast iron & nodular cast iron
REED TM-8811 Specifications
- Measurement Range: 1.2 to 200 mm (#45 steel)
- Accuracy: ±(0.5% + 0.1mm)
- Resolution: 0.1 mm
- Velocity Range: 500 to 9000 m/s
- Display: 4-digit, 10mm high LCD
- Power Supply: 4 x 1.5V “AA” alkaline batteries
- Dimensions: 161 x 69 x 32mm
- Operating condition: Temperature 0 - 50°C
- Humidity: <80%
- Weight: 258g (with batteries)
- Includes: Ultrasonic sensor, carrying case & instruction manual
How to use Reed Ultrasonic Thickness Gauge (TM-8811)
With your Ultrasonic Gauge turned on select the correct unit of measure by pressing the mm/inch button. Place the Ultrasonic sensor on the material surface being measured. Select the correct Material selection code and verify the coupling is okay by verifying that the Coupling indicator symbol is on. The reading on the display is the measurement value. The reading will be held until a new measurement is taken or until the unit is turned off.
To select the Sound velocity code, simply continue pressing the Plus or Minus buttons until you see a 4-digit number in the display. The 4-digit number represents the last sound velocity measurement taken. When selecting this velocity, you can measure the thickness of the same material as the last.
Measuring Sound Velocity - Press the “VEL” button and the display will show the last velocity measurement.
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