Digital Micrometer

Introduction

The NEW model 49-86 Thickness Gauge for paper, film, and non-wovens combines a precision digital linear encoder measuring system with an ultra-clear, easy-to-read digital display. The unit has a measurement range of range: 0-0.050 in. (0-1.27 mm) and designed for very thin materials such as thin plastic films, paper, non-woven textiles, board and battery separators. The motor-driven instrument utilizes the dead weight micrometer principle for high accuracy and repeatability. Each unit is designed and manufactured for use where the utmost precision is required.

The construction of the model 49-86 consists of a heavy, solid frame which supports the unit and houses the reflective linear encoder and associated circuitry. A digital readout is provided to automatically display the specimen thickness. The lower anvil and movable pressure foot are made from lapped, stainless steel.

Appita 1301.426, Appita 426, ASTM D 6988, ASTM F 2251, DIN 53105, DIN EN ISO 534:2005-05, ISO 3034, ISO 4593:1993, ISO 5084_1997, ISO 534, PAPTAC D 4, TAPPI T 411
Adhesive and Label Testing, Coating Testing, Corrugated Testing, Film and Foil Testing, Medical Product Testing, Package Testing, Paper and Tissue Testing, Plastic Testing, Rubber and Foam Testing, Textile and Non-Wovens Testing
Adhesives and Labels, Consumer Products, Corrugated and Board, Flexible Packaging and Films, Inks and Coatings, Nonwoven and Textiles, Packaging, Paper and Pulp, Plastics and Resins, Tissue Paper
Thickness Testers

The unit has the capability of measuring and storing multiple readings, providing a cross machine profile. Up to 100 paper thickness readings are stored and analyzed including high, low, average and standard deviation for each series of tests. Data can be permanently saved with optional GraphMaster PC-based software or printed.

Features

  • Digital readout and superior mechanical design
  • For use throughout the laboratory and production floor
  • Utilizes dead weight micrometer principle
  • Units conversion for microns, mils, inches and millimeters
  • Zeroing on next dwell after Zero button press
  • Saves up to 100 readings during a continuous measurement
  • On-board statistics include high, low, average and standard deviation
  • Serial output for simple data collection
  • GraphMaster compatible
  • User configurable options: lowering speed, dwell time, time of day, zero threshold, live readings, starting units, LED pulse, set manager password
  • Special anvil diameters and dead weight loads available

Specifications

  • Thickness Range: 0-0.050 in. (0-1.27 mm)
  • Resolution: 0.5 micron (0.02 mil)
  • Accuracy: 1.0 micron (0.039 mil)

Ordering Information

Catalog Number: 49-86

Specifications
Model 49-86
Range
0-0.050 in. (0.127 mm)
Resolution
0.5 micron (0.02 mil)
Accuracy
1.0 micron (0.039 mil)
Units
Microns, mils, millimeters or inches
Dwell time
100 ms - 6 sec
Lowering speed
1 mm/sec, 2 mm/sec, max. (~2.5 mm/sec)
Speed tolerance
+-0.3 mm/sec
Power
90-250 VAC, 50/60 Hz
Part # Foot Diameter Foot Pressure Standards Industry
49-86-00-0001 16mm/0.63 inch 50kPa/7.3PSI TAPPI T 411 Paper and Board
49-86-00-0002 6.35mm/0.25 inch 172 kPa/25PSI ASTM D374 Electrical Insulation
49-86-00-0003 50.8mm/2.0 inch 95g/sq.inch Paper Tissue & Towel Paper Tissue & Towel
49-86-00-0004 16mm/0.63 inch 100kPa/14.6PSI ISO 534, ISO 3034, DIN 53105 Paper & Board
49-86-00-0005 35.7mm/1.41 inch 10kPa/1.45PSI ISO 5084, NF-G07-153 Textiles
49-86-00-0006 6.35mm/0.25 inch 31.02kPa/4.5PSI ASTM D6988, ISO 4593, ASTM F2251 Plastic Film
49-86-00-0007 12.7mm/0.50 inch 16.26kPa/2.36PSI ASTM D6988, ASTM F2251 Plastic Film
49-86-00-0018 12.7mm/0.50 inch 50kPa/7.3PSI ASTM D6988, ASTM F2251 Plastic Film

Note: Other sizes are available

Instrument Size
Height
12 in. (30.5 cm)
Width
7 in. (15 cm)
Depth
9.5 in. (24 cm)
Weight (approx.)
22 lb. (10 kg)
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