Watch DeFelsko's newest video highlighting the new features of the PosiTector Gage Body.
NEW Ergonomic design with durable rubberized grip for comfortable, all-day inspection
NEW Larger 2.8" impact resistant color touchscreen with redesigned keypad for quick menu navigation
NEW Touchscreen keyboard for quickly renaming batches, adding notes, and more (Advanced only)
NEW On-gage help explains menu items at the touch of a button
NEW Instant-on feature powers up the gage in a fraction of a second if recently powered down
NEW Weatherproof, dustproof, and water-resistant—IP65-rated enclosure and shock-absorbing rubber holster are ideal for the toughest environmental conditions including an unexpected rainstorm
NEW Up to 30% longer battery life
NEW Updated, stylized user interface retains the same familiar menu structure for easy one-handed menu navigation with or without gloves
NEW Universal 1/4"-20 mounting point for securing gage to optional belt clip and other accessories
NEW PosiTector 6000 SSPC-PA2, ISO 19840, and IMO PSPC 90/10 modes help users comply with standard by prompting for max/min specifications, displaying the necessary readings, and automatically calculating statistics with a pass/fail result.
New PosiTector gage body is backwards compatible with every PosiTector probe manufactured since 2012.
▸Ferrous ▸Non-ferrous ▸Combination ▸Ultrasonic
▸Depth Micrometer ▸Replica Tape Reader
▸Built-in ▸Separate Magnetic Probe ▸Infrared ▸Anemometer
▸Corrosion ▸Multiple Echo Thru-Paint ▸Cast Iron ▸Precision
▸60° ▸20°/60° ▸20°/60°/85°
Coating Thickness Gage for All Metals
Coating Thickness Gage for Non-Metals
Surface Profile Gage
Replica Tape Reader
Replica Tape Reader
Dew Point Meter
Soluble Salt Tester
In Situ Concrete Moisture Meter
Ultrasonic Wall Thickness Gage
Shore Hardness Durometer
Barcol Hardness Indentor
Select from 12 pre-configured kits or build your own custom kit.
On-gage help makes operation even easier for new and experienced users alike. Nearly every menu item has a help icon; simply touch it or press the plus button to get a full explanation of its function.
To view a PDF of the full help info for a specific gage, follow the link below.
The PosiTector gage body is available in multiple languages.
From wired USB to WiFi wireless technology, DeFelsko instruments offer data management solutions for even the most advanced software integrations. Accessing your stored or live streaming data is simpler and more flexible than ever before.
Most commonly, measurements from PosiTector and PosiTest AT-A instruments are stored within internal memory and later transferred to a PosiSoft Software solution (Windows/Mac/iOS/Android) for further reporting. DeFelsko instruments also have the ability to integrate with third-party software, drones, ROVs, PLCs, and robotic devices using several industry-standard communication protocols.
Powerful desktop software for downloading, archiving, and reporting measurement data. No internet connection required.
An easy-to-use mobile app (iOS/ Android) that connects to your PosiTector Advanced, PosiTector Smartlink, or PosiTest AT-A. Compatible with PosiSoft.net.Learn More
A simple gage interface to retrieve data in a manner similar to a flash drive. No software to install or internet connection required.Learn More
PosiSoft.net is a free cloud-based application offering secure storage of PosiTector and PosiTest Inspection Instrument data. Click Here to learn more.
From wired USB to WiFi wireless technology, DeFelsko instruments offer data management solutions for even the most advanced software integrations. Accessing your stored or live streaming data is simpler and more flexible than ever before. PosiTector and PosiTest AT-A instruments have the ability to integrate with third-party software, drones, ROVs, PLCs, and robotic devices using several industry-standard communication protocols.
The rich text element allows you to create and format headings, paragraphs, blockquotes, images, and video all in one place instead of having to add and format them individually. Just double-click and easily create content.
A rich text element can be used with static or dynamic content. For static content, just drop it into any page and begin editing. For dynamic content, add a rich text field to any collection and then connect a rich text element to that field in the settings panel. Voila!
Headings, paragraphs, blockquotes, figures, images, and figure captions can all be styled after a class is added to the rich text element using the "When inside of" nested selector system.
Eddy current techniques are used to nondestructively measure the thickness of nonconductive coatings on nonferrous metal substrates. A coil of fine wire conducting a high-frequency alternating current (above 1 MHz) is used to set up an alternating magnetic field at the surface of the instrument's probe. When the probe is brought near a conductive surface, the alternating magnetic field will set up eddy currents on the surface. The substrate characteristics and the distance of the probe from the substrate (the coating thickness) affect the magnitude of the eddy currents. The eddy currents create their own opposing electromagnetic field that can be sensed by the exciting coil or by a second, adjacent coil.
Magnetic film gages are used to non-destructively measure the thickness of a nonmagnetic coating on ferrous substrates. Most coatings on steel and iron are measured this way. Magnetic gages use one of two principles of operation: magnetic pull-off or magnetic/electromagnetic induction.
Magnetic pull-off gages use a permanent magnet, a calibrated spring, and a graduated scale. The attraction between the magnet and magnetic steel pulls the two together. As the coating thickness separating the two increases, it becomes easier to pull the magnet away. Coating thickness is determined by measuring this pull-off force. Thinner coatings will have stronger magnetic attraction while thicker films will have comparatively less magnetic attraction. Testing with magnetic gages is sensitive to surface roughness, curvature, substrate thickness, and the make up of the metal alloy.
Magnetic induction instruments use a permanent magnet as the source of the magnetic field. A Hall-effect generator or magneto-resistor is used to sense the magnetic flux density at a pole of the magnet. Electromagnetic induction instruments use an alternating magnetic field. A soft, ferromagnetic rod wound with a coil of fine wire is used to produce a magnetic field. A second coil of wire is used to detect changes in magnetic flux.
These electronic instruments measure the change in magnetic flux density at the surface of a magnetic probe as it nears a steel surface. The magnitude of the flux density at the probe surface is directly related to the distance from the steel substrate. By measuring flux density the coating thickness can be determined.
PosiTector users can capture and save an image copy of the current gage display by simultaneously pressing both the (-) and (+) buttons. 100 screen captures are stored in memory and can be accessed within the PosiSoft USB Drive.
Statistics mode continually displays/updates average, standard deviation, min/max thickness and number of readings while measuring.
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