3/3/2018

MarSurf PS 10 Mobile Unit Ensures Measuring Results

Originally titled 'Mobile Unit Ensures Measuring Results'
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Mahr Federal’s MarSurf PS 10 mobile roughness measuring unit has a smartphone-like 4.3” TFT touchscreen display and can measure 31 roughness parameters, offers a list of favorite functions in the display, and provides laboratory-level performance on the shop floor.

Mahr Federal’s MarSurf PS 10 mobile roughness measuring unit has smartphone-like 4.3” TFT touchscreen display. This design measures 31 roughness parameters, offers a list of favorite functions in the display, and provides laboratory-level performance on the shop floor.

The unit is said to feature a start button that also serves as the home button for direct access to the start screen; data backup as TXT, X3P or PDF file; mains-independent operation with over 1,200 measurements without having to recharge the instrument; an all-in-one solution that is small and lightweight; instrument flexibility with a removable drive unit; measuring positions including horizontal, vertical, and upside down; an integrated, removable roughness standard; short activation time; and automatic cutoff selection, to ensure the correct measuring results.

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