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The DynaPocket hardness tester offers easy, on-site hardness testing on solid, non-transportable components and even on positions difficult to access. A direct readout of the hardness value is digitally displayed on a large LCD screen. The DynaPocket also offers conversion of the hardness value for hardness scales HL, HV, HB, HS HRB, HRC and N/mm2.

Key Features

  • Conversion of the hardness value for hardness scales HL, HV, HB, HS HRB, HRC and N/mm2
  • Standard conversion tables stored for nine material groups\r
  • Direct readout of the digitally displayed hardness value on a large LCD display\r
  • Hardness measurement independent of impact direction\r
  • Easy and clearly arranged operation via two keys\r
  • Easy on-site hardness testing on solid, non-transportable components and even on positions difficult to access\r
  • Operation based on the Rebound\r
  • Pocket-size hardness tester, with cable free integrated design\r
  • Display of the single or average value\r
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Technical Specifications

Impact Device Specifications Tungsten-carbide spherical test tip of 3 mm (0.12") diameter
Power Supply 2 x AAA batteries
Display 4 digit LCD
Resolution 1 HL; 1 HB; 1 HV; 0.1 HRC, 0.1 HRB and 5 N/mm²;
Measurement Conversion and Range Depending on the selected material group: Leeb: 150 to 1000 HL Shore: 30 to 100 HS Brinell: 75 to 700 HB Vickers: 75 to 1000 HV Rockwell C: 20 to 70 HRC Rockwell B: 35 to 100 HRB Tensile strength: 250 to 2000 N/mm² (for low alloyed steel)
Method of Measurement Rebound hardness testing; dynamic measuring method on the basis of the ratio from the rebound phase (Rp) and impact phase (Ip) speed with output of hardness in HL = 1000 Rp/Ip
Battery Life (operating time) >4000 measurements

Dimensions

  US Metric
Dimensions 1.5 x 6.7"" 38 x 170 mm

Weight

  US Metric
Weight 4.4lbs 2kg