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Tensitron's TX-125 Measures Tension Of Fine Materials

Tensitron Inc., Boulder, Colo., reports its TX-125 digital tension meter enables ultra-accurate measurement of fine materials. The device measures tension on filaments or textiles having a diameter of 0.0001 inch to 0.0060 inch, or on wire measuring 54 to 37 AWG.

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Tension values can be read in grams, centinewtons (cN) or pounds. Resolution is adjustable down to 0.1 gram, and full-scale accuracy is 1 percent or better for all calibrations that can be selected in the menu. The TX-125 uses NIMH rechargeable batteries. It is CE-certified, complying with heavy industrial immunity standards. Features include automatic shut-off, password-protected calibration values, speed and length measuring, user-adjustable display update and back-lit LCD. Options include RS-232 for serial interfacing, analog outputs with user-definable ending sequences, and magnetic or rigidly mounted mounting brackets.

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