Static

Description

The 2630 series and W-6280 series of extensometers offer speed of attachment and ease of use. The light-weight, rugged cross-brace design eliminates errors caused by physical distortion, while built-in protection ensures that damage is not caused by over-extension. The low operating-force arms of the extensometer reduce the possibility of knife-edge slippage when testing hard or smooth surfaced materials. The 2630 series extensometers can be installed or set in place accurately and consistently, with the gauge length locking device automatically releasing itself after attachment, ensuring speed and reliability of operation. This unique "cone-latch" mechanism also overcomes the problems associated with having to remove pins or clips prior to starting a test, or tests being conducted with the extensometer accidentally locked at gauge length. Because of their larger frame size, the W-6280 series extensometers require two handed operation to attach the instrument to the specimen, so these extensometers still rely on a pin to set the gauge length. All extensometers except the W-6235 allow the ability to measure both positive and negative strain allowing compressive or flexural test measurements.The 2630 series and W-6280 series extensometers include different gauge length and strain range options to suit a wide range of specimen characteristics. All 2630 series and W-6280 series extensometers comply with both the ASTM E 83 and IS0 9513 standards, and gauge lengths are available in metric or U.S. customary units. Calibration certificates are supplied, showing the individual performance of each unit at its factory calibration.Static strain measurement on a wide range of materials and specimens including metals, plastics and composites.

Principe de fonctionnement

The 2630 series and W-6280 series extensometers include different gauge length and strain range options to suit a wide range of specimen characteristics. All 2630 series and W-6280 series extensometers comply with both the ASTM E 83 and IS0 9513 standards, and gauge lengths are available in metric or U.S. customary units. Calibration certificates are supplied, showing the individual performance of each unit at its factory calibration.

Applications

The 2630 series and W-6280 series of extensometers offer speed of attachment and ease of use. The light-weight, rugged cross-brace design eliminates errors caused by physical distortion, while built-in protection ensures that damage is not caused by over-extension. The low operating-force arms of the extensometer reduce the possibility of knife-edge slippage when testing hard or smooth surfaced materials. The 2630 series extensometers can be installed or set in place accurately and consistently, with the gauge length locking device automatically releasing itself after attachment, ensuring speed and reliability of operation. This unique "cone-latch" mechanism also overcomes the problems associated with having to remove pins or clips prior to starting a test, or tests being conducted with the extensometer accidentally locked at gauge length. Because of their larger frame size, the W-6280 series extensometers require two handed operation to attach the instrument to the specimen, so these extensometers still rely on a pin to set the gauge length. All extensometers except the W-6235 allow the ability to measure both positive and negative strain allowing compressive or flexural test measurements.

Accessories

Accessories
Article Gauge Length % Travel (Axial) Cat #
E-Series Strain Gauge Extensometer mm 8.00 in +12.5% 1.000 W-6280-8
E-Series Strain Gauge Extensometer 200 mm +12.5% W-6280-200
E-Series Strain Gauge Extensometer mm 10.00 in +10% 1.000 W-6280-10
E-Series Strain Gauge Extensometer 250 mm +10% W-6280-250
Strain Gauge Extensometer, 8 mm Gauge, +/- 50% Max Strain 8 mm +50/-50% 2630-120
Strain Gauge Extensometer, .3 in, +/- 50% Maximum Strain mm 0.3 in +50/-50% +/- 0.15 2630-121
Strain Gauge Extensometer, .5 in, +/- 10% Maximum Strain mm 0.5 in +/- 10% +/- 0.05 2630-103
Strain Gauge Extensometer, .5 in, +/- 50% Maximum Strain mm 0.5 in +/- 50% +/- 0.25 2630-104
Strain Gauge Extensometer, 1 in Gauge, +/- 10% Max Strain mm 1 in +/- 10% +/- 0.1 2630-108
Strain Gauge Extensometer, 1 in. Gauge, +100%, -10% Max Strain mm 1 in +100/-10% +1/-0.1 2630-110
Strain Gauge Extensometer, 1 in. Gauge, +50%, -10% Max Strain mm 1 in +50/-10% + 0.5/-0.1 2630-109
Strain Gauge Extensometer, 10 mm Gauge, +/-10% Max Strain 10 mm +/- 10% 2630-101
Strain Gauge Extensometer, 10 mm Gauge, +/-50% Max Strain 10 mm +/- 50% 2630-102
Strain Gauge Extensometer, 100 mm Gauge, +50% -5% Max Strain 100 mm +50/-5% 2630-119
Strain Gauge Extensometer, 2 in Gauge, +10%, -10% Max Strain mm 2 in +/- 10% +0.2/-0.2 2630-114
Strain Gauge Extensometer, 2 in Gauge, +100%, -10% Max Strain mm 2 in +100/-10% +2/-0.2 2630-116
Strain Gauge Extensometer, 2 in Gauge, +50%, -5% Max Strain mm 2 in +50/-5% +1/-0.1 2630-115
Strain Gauge Extensometer, 25 mm Gauge, +/-10% Max Strain 25 mm +/- 10% 2630-105
Strain Gauge Extensometer, 25 mm Gauge, +100% -10% Max Strain 25 mm +100/-10% 2630-107
Strain Gauge Extensometer, 25 mm Gauge, +50% -10% Max Strain 25 mm +50/-10% 2630-106
Strain Gauge Extensometer, 50 mm Gauge, +/-10% Max Strain 50 mm +10/-10% 2630-111
Strain Gauge Extensometer, 50 mm Gauge, +100% -10% Max Strain 50 mm +100/-10% 2630-113
Strain Gauge Extensometer, 50 mm Gauge, +50% -5% Max Strain 50 mm +50/-5% 2630-112
Strain Gauge Extensometer, 75 mm Gauge, +10% -1% Max Strain 75 mm +10/-1% 2630-123
Strain Gauge Extensometer, 80 mm Gauge, +10% -1% Max Strain 80 mm +10/-1% 2630-117
Strain Gauge Extensometer, 80 mm Gauge, +50% -5% Max Strain 80 mm +50/-10% 2630-118