For many applications the value of force measurement equipment is gauged by its ability to work as part of a system. Buildng the right testing system is a matter of selecting measurement tools and recording devices, that will efficiently accomplish your tasks. This is a sample of Dillon instrumentation and peripheral equipment that complete a testing system.
Dillon instrumentation is notable for its flexibility. The recently introduced FI-127 Force Indicator includes a data base which can store up to 204 consecutive test values for later download.
The FI-127 Indicator adds ease of use
and valuable data capture functions to
any testing or force measurement
It can store configuration data for up to six loadcells or torque measurement devices. The instrument moves rapidly from job to job without recalibration.
The FI-521 is a bi-directional load cell instrument accepting both positive and negative load cell signals, internally
performing the analog to digital conversion at 80 times per second. The FI-521 Indicator features a IP65 stainless
steel enclosure for reliable performance in wet or dusty environments.
FI-80 Force Indicator
The Dillon FI-90 Force Indicator is front panel configurable for capacity
values from 1 to 400,000 lb or 200,000 kg, with a maximum resolution of
10,000 divisions. All the indicator functions are on the front panel. Operators
select pounds, newtons, or kilograms by toggling a single key. The FI-90
is a peak hold indicator; a single key toggles the display between gross
and peak mode.
RD-65 Remote Display
The Dillon RD-65 is a Highly Durable Remote Display. It has a powder coated mild steel
enclosure (IP65) with wall mount swivel
bracket or easy to install hanging rings.
Adjustable sun visor included
RS-232 Software Utilities
Collect captures Dillon instrument readings and sends them
transparently to your application or directly to a file. Any
program that allows you to manually enter data can receive
data directly from Collect. Your application accepts the
data as if it were manually entered from the keyboard.
Collect was designed for those who simply want to turn
on their computer and begin collecting data. It is extremely
easy to use and will save countless hours of tedious data