Soldering inspection system TE1600

soldering inspection system
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The TE1600 “WELD TESTER” is a portable instrument purposely designed for measuring the parameters of resistance welding. By using probes of different kind, the same instrument enables to measure both the welding current and the force at the electrodes. The power of the 32-bit microprocessor and the accuracy of the 12-bit A/D converter make the instrument a highly performing one. It is suitable for measuring on standard machines in alternate current (AC), direct current three-phase rectified and medium frequency machines (DC) and capacitor discharge machines (CDW): AC: Measures the effective value (RMS), maximum value and average value. Measures the peak current value: maximum positive and negative value. Measures the conduction angle in degrees. Measures the welding time in cycles, in ½ cycle steps. DC: Measures the average value, the maximum value and the welding time in ms. CDW: Measures the peak value and the welding time. Pre- and post-blanking function with programmable time gap; it prevents the measurement errors when the slope function is used and it allows the checkout of the correct first insertion delay. Stores the value measured during the last welds. Measures the welding force: it displays the maximum force value, the value at the beginning and at the end of the welding time. Blanking function, it prevents the measurement errors due to high impact force and it allows to estimate the latter. Wide availability measurement transducers. Automatic recognition of the connected sensor. BNC output to display the current wave-shape on oscilloscope. Supply by means of alkaline batteries 4 x 1.5 V (size AA).


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