Distinctive benefits of the CarCheck gauge
- Gauge with menu-navigated measuring system – easy and intuitive to use
- Also provides single measurements
- Large measuring range: up to 5000 μm (5mm) total coating thickness
- Automated substrate recognition (Fe/NFe)
- No time consuming calibration with reference foils
- Rugged high precision device
- 3 years manufacturer warranty – “Made in Germany”
- Probe cable for tight and difficult-to-observe spots (included in scope of supply)
Working with jobs
A “Job” is the complete measurement of a car. The gauge stores the measurements of up to 10 jobs at the same time. It also is capable of storing measurements of testing areas (car component types) easily named by users as required. You can name a car component type “Engine Hood” for instance, in order to relate the measurements stored within that particular testing area to the corresponding car part.
Communication between gauge and computer
Bidirectional communication between Gauge and PC via wireless interface:
- Instead of creating a measuring task with the gauge, use the convenient PC software. After entering the parameters, send the information from the PC to the gauge by the click of a button.
- All measurements recorded for different car parts (such as fender or engine hood) are stored within the gauge and transmitted to the documentation and management software via the USB wireless adaptor. Here, you can also embed the original photo of the car to be measured within the log.
Maximum clearness of display
- Display shows measurements in large digits
- Display light switches on automatically when measuring
- Display orientation can be flipped by 180 degrees
Green LED within the keypad confirms successful measurement
Various features, such as measurements, confirmed by audio signal
Flashing red LED indicates ongoing data-transfer between gauge and PC
Measurement of total coating thickness
The gauge measures the total coating thickness on base material. It takes measurements of non-magnetic coatings such as lacquer, chrome or zinc on steel or iron (Fe) base material as well as of electrically insolated coatings such as lacquer or Eloxal on non-ferromagnetic base material (NFe) such as aluminum or zinc, for instance. The mode feature allows users to set the base material – if known – to a fix measuring mode or to have it determined automatically by the probe itself.