This week Epsilon Technology welcomed the distinguished US Senator from Wyoming Mike Enzi into our facility for a tour.
Epsilon is dedicated to making high performance extensometers that meet a great variety of materials testing needs. Please visit our website for more information: www.epsilontech.com.
Wednesday, August 6, 2014
Tuesday, May 20, 2014
Laboratory Testing Inc. has a nice video showing elevated temperature tensile testing featuring a Epsilon Model 3549 high temperature, hot mountable, furnace extensometer . Notice the ease of operation of the device mounted on a slide bracket.
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Friday, May 16, 2014
Epsilon Technology just published its inaugural quarterly e-Newsletter. Keep up to date with what is new at Epsilon Technology, the Material Testing industry and Strain Measuring devices. To sign-up email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit us at http://www.epsilontech.com/feedback.htm
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Wednesday, March 12, 2014
Tuesday, February 4, 2014
NEW Calibration Reference
10V calibration reference for high level devices.
Like the shunt calibration module for strain gaged extensometers, the VREF module is used to transfer Epsilon's calibration to a customer's electronics.
VREF works with all of Epsilon's high temperature capacitive extensometers, and is compatible with both the 3603 and 3604 signal conditioners. The high precision 10V reference used in the VREF module ensures calibrations are spot on every time. One VREF module may be used to calibrate several high level output extensometers by using the 10V extension value for each extensometer.
Calibration requires only these two simple steps:
- With the VREF module connected in place of the high level signal conditioner, first set the zero position with VREF set to 0V.
- Then switch VREF to 10V and calibrate the full scale position. Reconnect the signal conditioner and you're ready to go.
That's all it takes.
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