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    Portable Digital Thickness Gauge, 120mm Depth, 0.01mm Resolution

    Do not miss our grand launch portable digital thickness gauge with a 120mm jaw depth and a resolution of 0.01mm. The 120mm jaw depth allows for measuring thicker materials, while the high resolution of 0.01mm ensures precision and accuracy.
    SKU: T-XH1012
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    Delivery date: 6-12 days

    This 120mm jaw depth and 0.01mm resolution digital thickness gauge is designed for easy and convenient measurement of material thickness, whether you're working on the go or in the field. Equipped with a clear digital display, this gauge provides accurate and easy-to-read measurements, making it an efficient tool for a wide range of applications.


    Model T-XH1012
    Measurement Range 0-10mm
    Resolution 0.01mm
    Accuracy ±0.02mm
    Probe Diameter 10mm
    Jaw Depth 120mm
    Probe Material Ceramic
    Measuring Pressure Below 2.4N


    A digital thickness gauge with a range of 120mm and a resolution of 0.01mm can be used in various applications that require precision measurement of thickness. Some of the common applications of this gauge are as follows:

    1. Manufacturing Industry: This gauge can be used to measure the thickness of materials such as plastic sheets, metal plates, and paper. It can also be used to measure the thickness of coatings, paints, and other surface treatments applied to products.
    2. Quality Control: The gauge can be used in quality control to ensure that the products meet the desired thickness specifications. For example, in the production of electronic components, the gauge can be used to measure the thickness of the solder paste applied to printed circuit boards.
    3. Automotive Industry: The gauge can be used in the automotive industry to measure the thickness of brake pads, engine gaskets, and other components. This ensures that the parts meet the desired specifications and perform their intended function.
    4. Aerospace Industry: In the aerospace industry, the gauge can be used to measure the thickness of composite materials used in aircraft manufacturing. This helps ensure that the materials are of the correct thickness and meet safety standards.
    5. Medical Industry: The gauge can be used to measure the thickness of medical devices such as catheters, stents, and artificial heart valves. This helps ensure that these devices are of the correct size and function properly.
    6. Research and Development: Researchers can use the gauge to measure the thickness of thin films and coatings in their experiments. This helps in the development of new materials and technologies.

    Digital Thickness Gauge Parameters

    Digital thickness gauge parameters

    Tips: How to operate a 120mm, 0.01mm digital thickness gauge?

    Operating a 120mm, 0.01mm digital thickness gauge is a straightforward process. Here are the steps you need to follow:

    1. Power on the gauge: The gauge usually has a power button. Press and hold the power button until the display lights up. The gauge may also have an auto-power-off feature to save battery life.
    2. Select the measuring unit: The gauge may support different measuring units such as inches, millimeters, or micrometers. Select the desired unit of measurement from the options provided.
    3. Place the material to be measured: Place the material to be measured on the gauge's anvil or measuring surface. Make sure it is properly aligned and seated.
    4. Close the measuring jaws: The gauge usually has two measuring jaws that need to be closed around the material being measured. Gently apply pressure until the jaws make contact with the material. Do not apply excessive pressure as this can damage the gauge.
    5. Take the measurement: Once the material is in place and the jaws are closed, the gauge will display the measurement on the screen. The measurement is usually displayed in the selected unit of measurement.
    6. Record the measurement: Take note of the measurement displayed on the gauge. Some gauges may have a memory function that allows you to save multiple readings.
    7. Power off the gauge: Once you have finished using the gauge, power it off to conserve battery life. Some gauges may also have an auto-power-off feature.





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