GE’s MIC 20 is a versatile two-in-one tester combining the UCI (Ultrasonic Contact Impedance) and rebound test methods (standardized to ASTM A956, A1038, and DIN EN ISO 18265, DIN 50159). The UCI method tests small and complex shaped parts comprised of fine-grained metals, while the rebound method is preferred for larger, coarse-grained forgings and castings.
The two methods enable you to easily measure the hardness of your test object in a matter of seconds: place a probe or impact device on the test object and read the measured value on the display. In this way, you can measure anywhere and in any direction. The Mic 20 uses a patented signal processing to also put this advantage into practice for the rebound hardness method. In addition, both test methods offer easy and fast calibration capability, presentation of the results according to the usual hardness scales, and extremely easy handling in mobile use in daily testing situations.
- Combined hardness tester for quasi-static hardness testing according to the UCI method (ASTM A1038) and dynamic hardness testing according to the rebound method (ASTM A956).
- UCI probes for hardness testing of fine-grained materials having different masses and shapes or heat-treated surfaces.
- Rebound impact devices for hardness testing on large, coarse-grained components, forgings, and cast materials.
- Automatic scale conversion to HV, HB, HRC, HRB, HS, HL and N/mm2.
- Operation by keys and/or integrated touch screen, easy input of alphanumerical data.
- Power supply: mains adapter (100 V – 240 V) or NiMH battery pack MIC 20-BAT (internal charging).
- Internal data memory for approx. 5,000 measurement series.
- Quick and easy calibration to various test materials.
- Calibration data are saved and can be recalled Non-directional measurement without the input of any correction factors.
- A large color TFT display shows all necessary information during measurement, such as average, single value, or statistical data ,at a glance.
- Clearly arranged data memory to save measurement results in an easy and structured way.
- Measurement series can be recalled and edited.
|Krautkramer MIC 20|
|Measuring Ranges/Conversions (UCI)|| 20-1740 HV / 76-618 HB / 41-105 HRB / 20.3-68.0 HRC / 255-2180
N/mm² (only with 98 N/10 kgf handheld probe)
|Measuring Ranges/Conversions (Rebound)|| Depending on material group and impact device: 150-1000 HL /
75-1000 HV / 75-700 HB / 30-100 HS / 35-100 HRB / 19-70 HRC /
|Diaolog Languages||German, English (among others)|
|Conversion||Automatically according to DIN 50150, ASTM E 140|
|Evaluation|| Representation of test data as a curve, histogram, or in tabular
form; calculation of statistical data, e.g.: average, standard deviation, range
|Automatic Instrument Shutdown|| After a user-selectable period of time with auto-matic saving of
test data and instrument settings
|Keyboard||Sealed membrane keypad with integrated touch screen|
|Operating Time|| With NiMH battery pack MIC 20-BAT approx. 4 hours in continuous
|Battery Charge Indicator||Low-Batt indicator, instrument shutdown with low voltage|
|Interfaces||RS 232 bidirectional, Ethernet 10 Mbit|
|Temperature ranges|| Operation: 0 °C to 50 °C/-32 °F to 122 °F Storage: -20 °C to 70
°C/-4 °F to 158 °F
|Weight||Approx. 1.4 kg / 3.1 lbs (incl. MIC 20-BAT)|
|Size||78 mm x 215 mm x 180 mm / 3.1″ x 8.5″ x 7.1″ (H x W x D)|
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