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9/17/2012

DeFelsko Probes Interchangeable on Gage Body

Originally titled 'Probes Interchangeable on Gage Body'
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DeFelsko’s PosiTector gage body is designed to quickly and easily convert from a coating thickness gage to a surface profile gage, dew point meter or ultrasonic wall thickness gage with a simple probe change.

DeFelsko’s PosiTector gage body is designed to quickly and easily convert from a coating thickness gage to a surface profile gage, dew point meter or ultrasonic wall thickness gage with a simple probe change. It accepts all of the company’s probes, including the 6000 coating thickness, DPM environmental, SPG surface profile and UTG ultrasonic wall thickness probes. Each probe retains its own unique calibration information, enabling full probe interchangeability.

Standard features include built-in memory, onscreen statistics and a USB drive. Advanced models also include a high-contrast, reversible-color LCD; onscreen batch annotation; real time graphing; picture prompting and more. Download and transfer options include USB, WiFi, PosiSoft software and PosiTector.net cloud-based storage. 

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