Constant contact pressure and measuring time acc. to standards - optical and acoustical signal, serial interface and PC-cable The chassis of HPE II is made of aluminum which provides light weight and durability.
Bareiss HPE II Series is available in different Shore scales and with the possibility of an additional standing piece, making measuring on curvature just as easy. The battery lasts about 2000 working hours.
The measured data storage allows to store 300 results. After the measurement is done, the result will be saved automatically.
The display will show "M" for memory. The saved data can be transfered with a data output RS 232
to a PC.
An USB-adapter is available additionally.
Shore A / A0 / B / 0 / C / D / D0 / 00 / 000 / 000S / E / L/c
DIN ISO 7619 / DIN EN ISO 868 / NF EN ISO 868 / ASTM D 2240 / SRIS 0101
The Bareiss test stand is determined for series of measurements and serves for picking up the manual hardness testers acc. to Shore - both, mechanical and digital types. The pick-up device of the test stand allows a quick and easy clamping of the hardness tester.
Fig.: BS 61 II test stand in
connection with the HPE II
In compliance with ISO 9000 the user is obliged to a regular control of his measuring equipment. With the check device the accuracy of Shore hardness testers is controlled. It allows a quick control of the spring force in steps by ten for the measuring ranges Shore A/B/0/C/D/DO and L, L/c.
DIN 53 505, EN ISO 868, NF EN ISO 868, ASTM D2240, JIS K 6253.
Standard rubber blocks are used to ensure the metrological capability of the measuring device acc. to Shore during the frequency of recalibration. The rubber blocks are embedded in a holder made of stainless steel.
Scope of delivery:
single, 3, 5 or 6 plates including DAkkS/DKD calibration certificate
Control of the measuring distance with DAkkS/DKD / WKS Certificate
Applicable for all electronic Bareiss testing devices with a serial interface. The programme contains all functions which are necessary for a faultless process
When a measuring instrument is being calibrated, the given deviation is determined by various measurements versus standard references. A calibration certificate is then issued indicating the measuring results and the corresponding measurement uncertainties and the instrument is marked as calibrated.
All documents together with the calibration certificate provide traceability of national standards.