ZED Digital Economical tension meter for limited acces
Economical low tension measuring instrument for checking fibers, yarns and fine wires in areas with limited acces. The ZED employs a strain-gauge system to measure the running line tension on a variety of yarns, fibers and fine wires accurately.
The running material can easily be acquired by the trigger-operated roller shifting mechanism. The single-button automatic zero permits operation in any orientation and guarantees simple operation and highest accuracy.
Filament guide and roller shifting mechanism ensure easy acquisition of the running material
Ball-bearing mounted, V-grooved guide rollers
Certificate of Compliance with the order 2.1 according DIN EN 10204 is included
»Auto-Zero setting« using a push button for measurement in different measuring positions
Easy to read LCD display
Everything in operator's view:
- the guide rollers
- the measured material
- the readings
Housing made of high-strength plastic
Optionally available: Inspection Certificate 3.1 according DIN EN 10204 with calibration report
Measuring Head Width*
PA: 0.20 mm Ø
PA: 0.20 mm Ø
Other units of measure are available, such as g. * Width of filament guide ** Suitable for 95% of applications - PA = Polyamide Monofilament
Special calibration using customer supplied samples is recommended, if process material differs significantly from the SCHMIDT calibration material in diameter, rigidity or shape. For this purpose a material sample of about 5 m should be supplied.
This model is recommended for all other applications where miniaturized
rollers are not necessary.
Tension meter with carrying case and batteries, operating instructions in English or German as requested
Manufacturer inhouse certificate
±1% full scale ± 1 digit or better
10% full scale, without accuracy guarantee
100% of tension range
Strain gauge bridge
Measuring roller deflection:
0.5 mm max.
3-digit LCD, 10 mm high
Display update rate:
Auto Power off:
After 3 minutes of non-use
85% RH, max.
2 size AAA batteries 1.5 V (about 30 hours of continuous use)