OmniTest 5 and OmniTest 7.5 User Manual

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11097
Manual
431-959

1 OmniTest 5 and OmniTest 7.5 User Manual

OmniTest Single Column Front Cover

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431-959

March 2020

2 Introduction

OmniTest™ and VectorPro™ are both registered trademarks of Mecmesin Ltd.

This reference manual covers the operation of both OmniTest 5 and OmniTest 7.5 force test stands, intended for use with Mecmesin enhanced load sensors, extensometer devices and other Mecmesin accessories. This manual may also refer to these devices as ‘Single Column’.

Force sensors used by the OmniTest test stands are called ‘Enhanced Load Sensors’ and they are abbreviated to the term ‘ELS’ in this manual.

Operation of additional accessories and associated software is covered in the separate user manuals that are available from the help web site: help.mecmesin.com. This manual will refer to both machine models in the main, but where reference to a particular model is required it will explicitly state detail of that variant.

The following manuals may aid you in the use of your test stand:

 

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Guide to Safe Use of Mains Powered Test Systems (431-398) 

Covers the initial setup and installation of VectorPro, as well as the basics of the software functionality and user manuals. Further guidance relating to other aspects of VectorPro can be accessed through this user manual.

Mecmesin Long Travel Extensometer Installation Guide (431-969)

Runs through the installation and operation of Long Travel Extensometers in conjunction with OmniTest systems.

MLTE
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VectorPro™ User Manual - Introduction and Initial Setup (431-955)

Covers the initial setup and installation of VectorPro, as well as the basics of the software functionality and user manuals. Further guidance relating to other aspects of VectorPro can be accessed through this user manual.

It is essential that you familiarise yourself with the contents of this Manual and the separate A Guide To Safe Use Of Mecmesin Mains Powered Test Systems (part no. 431-398) before attempting to operate your OmniTest test stand.

2.1 User Manual Icons

Throughout this manual, the icons shown below are used to identify important health and safety information as well as additional installation/operation guidance. Do not proceed until each individual message is read and thoroughly understood. 

2.1.1 Warning

The warning icon highlights a situation or condition that may lead to possible personal injury or damage to the associated equipment.

2.1.2 Caution

The caution icon indicates a situation or condition that could cause the equipment to malfunction leading to possible damage. 

2.1.3 Information

The information icon indicates additional or supplementary information about the action, activity or application.

3 System Diagrams

OmniTest Single Column System Diagram

1

Upper and lower limit switch settings

2

Moving crosshead mounting

3

ELS (Enhanced Load Sensor) ELS- S series shown fitted with dovetail mounting system

4

Upper and lower QC type ‘C’ grip mounting

5

Front control panel and display

6

Multi-function scroll wheel

7

Emergency-stop switch

3.1 OmniTest 5 System Details

The OmniTest 5 test stand uses a conventional Mecmesin dovetail mount fitting on the moving crosshead. 

The OmniTest 5 test stand has a maximum force capacity up to 5kN (1124 lbf).

Dove Tail MountingDovetail fitting on an OmniTest 5

The dovetail fitting will accommodate both the ELS series and ELS ‘S’ series load cells. For more information relating to individual ELS types please see the following section 'Mounting an ELS to an OmniTest 5'

3.2 OmniTest 7.5 System Details

The OmniTest 7.5 machine has the same functional operation and user-settings as the OmniTest 5.0 shown in the System Diagrams. There are operational dimension differences detailed in the specification and technical drawing. Please refer to the OmniTest 5 and OmniTest 7.5 technical drawings or OmniTest 5 and OmniTest 7.5 specification tables for more information.

The OmniTest 7.5 has a right-angle nose fitting to the moving crosshead and will interface with ELS-T series load cells only
The OmniTest 7.5 test stand has a maximum force capacity up to 7.5kN (1686 lbf).

 The mounting bracket is fixed at a right-angle and allows direct axial mounting of the load cell, through its housing via a reinforced connection.

OmniTest 7.5 Crosshead

1

7.5kN Crosshead adaptor

2

ELS-T Series load cell

3.3 Rear Connectors Panel

Rear Connectors Panel

1 Inlet Mains filter and On/Off switch

2

Guard Interlock connector and Override Key

3

Extensometer input port

4

Digital I/O port (not currently implemented)

5

Additional ELS input ports

6

USB-B communication port (For use with VectorPro™ software)

7

System extraction fan (Do not obstruct!!)

4 Unpacking and Parts Supplied

4.1 Inspection and Unpacking 

Before installing or operating the OmniTest system ensure that no visible damage has occurred during the shipping of the device.

Important! If any damage is discovered, do not proceed with the installation and contact your local supplier immediately who will decide the most appropriate action and rectify the situation as quickly as possible. 

4.2 Packaging

We strongly recommend that the packaging is retained, as this can be useful if the machine needs to be returned for calibration or shipped to another location. 

4.3 Moving the Test Stand

The unpackaged weights of each test stand are listed in the OmniTest 5 and OmniTest 7.5 specification tables. Do not try to lift heavy loads unaided. It is advised to use suitable lifting equipment and follow safe handling guidelines when moving your OmniTest system.

4.4 Parts Supplied

Please see the table below for the list of the parts supplied with the OmniTest system:

Item Quantity
OmniTest 5 or OmniTest 7.5 test stand 1
Mains cable 1
Document: A Guide To Safe Use Of Mecmesin Mains Powered Test Systems 1
Online manual information card 1
OmniTest Foot Clamps 4
Please Note: A quick connected (QC) fitting type C is required to fit some accessories or grips. This is not supplied as standard with OmniTest single column test stands. If you do not have a QC fitting, contact your local Mecmesin Distributor for further assistance.

4.5 Accessories Available

 

For a full range of enhanced load sensors (ELS), extensometers and accessories, please visit the online Mecmesin Accessory Catalogue or contact your local distributor.

  • For connection between the test stand and computer, a Mecmesin supplied 2m USB B to USB A  communications cable is required (part no. 351-093).

5 Initial Setup

5.1 Mains Power Supply

OmniTest devices can be used on 110–120V ac, or 220–240V ac, 50-60 Hz supplies. The rear fuse carrier should be supplied set for your local mains power requirement, but is reversible. Should the fuse be replaced, the correct local voltage must be selected.

The voltage that is selected is indicated by which arrow is pointing to the white line located at the bottom of the device. This is illustrated in the image below, shown within the red circle.

Removing the Fuse Carrier

The fuse holder can be ejected using a small flat-blades screwdriver and applying gentle pressure to the upper edge of the fuse holder carriage as indicated below in the right-hand image.

5.1.1 Fuse Specification

The fuse rating depends on the test stands inlet voltage:

  • For test stands set to 220-240V ac:  3.15A - Cooper Bussmann S505 Ceramic Cartridge Fuse, Speed T, 5 x 20mm – Or Equivalent.
  • For test stands set to 110-120V ac: 5A - Cooper Bussmann S505 Ceramic Cartridge Fuse, Speed T, 5 x 20mm – Or Equivalent.

If replacing a blown fuse only, replace the fuse on the active side of the inlet filter with the fuse specified above, or equivalent. Fuses must be fitted to the correct side of the inlet filter.

Incorrectly fitted fuses could cause serious damage to your machine. If you are in doubt please contact your local Mecmesin support agent for more information.

5.2 Fitting Foot Clamps

OmniTest test systems are supplied with four-foot clamps (Part no. 409-027), these can be used to secure the test stand to a suitable work surface. 

This prevents the stand from toppling or sliding. It is recommended that the foot clamps are used, especially for systems with MLTE (Mecmesin Long Travel Extensometer) devices fitted.

Foot Clamp

To secure the OmniTest test stand, first slide the foot clamp over the feet located on the base of the stand, as pictured above.

Foot Clamp FixedThen, thread the supplied screw through the foot clamp and the work surface. Using the supplied nut and washer secure the foot clamp below the work surface. 

Please Note: To secure the foot clamp, 4 x M6 clearance holes will need to be drilled through the work surface.

5.3 Connecting the OmniTest Stand to a PC

To connect the OmniTest test stand to VectorPro software, connect the USB B port to a PC using cable part no. 351-093.

Important! Please install VectorPro software on your desired PC before connecting the test stand to your PC. For more information please refer to the Installing VectorPro section from the VectorPro Introduction and Initial Setup User Manual.

5.3.1 Cable Management

 It is essential that no cables are permitted to interfere with the controls or any moving parts. Cables that fowl movement or interfere with moving parts can cause injury or damage to the test system.

5.4 Attaching Grips and Fixtures 

For flexibility of use and alignment of a variety of grips and accessories, the OmniTest single column is fitted with an anvil plate. This plate accept fittings using 4 different screw threads.

The plate is attached with four bolts using a Hex key. For alignment, the anvil plate can be moved forwards or backwards, to adjust the depth of the lower grip or fixture.

Base Plate

Upper grips and accessories are attached directly to the ELS device being used. QC adapters are available and can be fitted directly to the anvil plate or through a Mecmesin MLTE-700 extensometer. For more information relating to the setup of Mecmesin MLTE devices please refer to the MLTE User Manual.

Please Note: A quick connected (QC) fitting type C is required to fit some accessories or grips. This is not supplied as standard with the Omnitest single column. If you do not have a QC fitting, contact your local Mecmesin Distributor for further assistance.

5.5 Setting the Limit Stops 

Upper and lower adjustable limit stops are accessible on the front of the OmniTest stand. They prevent crosshead movement beyond a set limit of travel, by inhibiting the machine drive before the crosshead or fixture comes into contact with static parts of the stand.

Their positions should be adjusted after the fitting of fixtures and test samples, to prevent damage to operator, machine or specimens under test.

There are two manually-set limit stops located on the front of the OmniTest single column stand. These are set by loosening the thumb-screw, moving the stop to a new position and retightening, as shown in the image below. When the moving crosshead meets a limit stop, it activates a switch.

Setting The LimitsLimit stops on an OmniTest single column stand

This will stop the crosshead movement at an upper or lower limit during a test sequence. The machine can be driven away from a stop position using the jog controls on the front panel.

6 Enhanced Load Sensor (ELS) Setup

ELS Group Shot

Enhanced load sensors or ‘ELS’ for short, are smart devices used to capture load readings for the OmniTest test stand. All calibration information is held on the individual load cell making them transferable from system to system and the calibration will follow, with no user input required.

These load cells are available in a range of sizes and designs to best suit the individual test requirements. See the OmniTest 5 and OmniTest 7.5 specification tables for details relating to capture rate and accuracy.

6.1 Mounting an ELS to an OmniTest 5

The OmniTest 5.0 has a dovetail bracket attached to the moving crosshead and will integrate with both ELS (shown right in the image below) and ELS-S type load cells (shown left in the image below).

ELS Types

ELS series load cells have a housing that contains an internal load cell, while the ELS ‘S’ series load cells have an ‘S’ beam load cell mounted externally beneath the housing.

To fit the ELS to the test stand, slide the load cell sideways onto the dovetail and tighten the grub screw (circled below in red), located in the dovetail, using a suitable Hex key. 

Dove-tail Mount

OmniTest 5 Dovetail, note the grub screw circled in red

To prevent damage, do not over-tighten the grub screw in the dovetail!

Please Note: Take care when handling low capacity ELS load sensors such as a 5N cell, as damage can easily occur from mishandling. The load cell should always be lifted by the ELS housing and not the load cell itself.

It is also important to ensure that grips and fixtures attached do not overload the ELS. If in doubt please check the weight of any additional grips and fixtures prior to fitting.

6.2 Mounting an ELS to an OmniTest 7.5

The OmniTest 7.5 uses a right-angled crosshead adaptor to mount an ELS load cell to the moving crosshead. OmniTest 7.5 can only take ELS-T type load cells.

The load cell is tightened to the adaptor using one single centred hex-head screw (highlighted below).

OT 7.5 - Mounting an ELS

6.3 Connecting an ELS to the OmniTest Stand

To connect the ELS to the OmniTest stand simply plug the 6-pin connector located on the machines crosshead into the ELS fitted, as shown in the image below. 

The ELS connector is keyed and should be gently rotated until the connection is securely made. Only a light force is required for this coupling.

 

Connecting an ELS

Removal of the load cell connection is made by pulling back the outer body and gently removing the two parts.

As enhanced load sensors are ‘smart’ devices and all calibration and capacity information is passed to the stand automatically as the sensor is connected.

7 Front Panel Controls

OmniTest Front Panel

1

Status messages

2

Button functions

3

Multi-Function selector buttons

4

Multi-function scroll wheel

5

Scroll wheel button

6

Emergency stop

7

Display
8 LED indication dial

7.1 Emergency Stop

Emergency Stop Push the emergency stop button to immediately stop the crosshead movement. Rotate the button to release it and resume crosshead control. If pressed during a test, do not simply restart a test. Ensure any residual force is removed using the test stand’s jog controls before continuing.

7.2 Multi-function Scroll Wheel Control

7.2.1 Scroll Wheel Colour Indication

The LED light ring surrounding the scroll wheel shows three colours, indicating three states, these states are:

Green Light

Green Light

Pulsating: Ready to start testing

Rotating: Scrolling through a menu

Amber Light

Amber Light

Static: The current test has completed

Rotating: The crosshead is moving

Red Light

Red Light

Static: The test has stopped or a limit has been triggered

7.2.2 Jog Mode

When in jog mode the scroll wheel drives the crosshead directly up (clockwise) or down (anticlockwise). This offers more variable control when compared to the two fixed speed jog control buttons (circled in red below).

Jog Control Menu

1 Enter jog mode
2 Jog keys up and down

The scroll wheel can also be used as a speed controller. The jog buttons move the crosshead at the set speeds (configured in the ‘Jog Settings’ menu picture below).

Rotating the wheel clockwise whilst holding a jog button will increase the jog speed and rotating the wheel anticlockwise whilst holding a jog button will decrease the speed.

OmniTest single column test stands also feature a precision jog mode, rotating the scroll wheel while holding the central scroll wheel button moves the test stand at its minimum speed, this is useful when fitting specimens into grips or if precision positional control is required.

The scroll wheel can also be used to navigate the menus. When in a selection menu, the scroll wheel cycles through the selections and their values. This is an alternate navigational option to using the up and down arrow buttons.

Navigational Controls

7.2.4 The Central Button

The central button is used to confirm a menu selection. It is equivalent to the tick button.

It can also be used to activate fine jog control. Use by rotating the scroll wheel while holding the central scroll button. This drives the test stand at its minimum speed.

7.3 OmniTest Display Panel

The display indicates the stand status, displays live values and is used to configure the test stand settings.

The purposes of the four selection push-buttons are indicated on-screen by an adjacent icon. Below is an image showing a typical example of the on-screen icons in relation to the physical buttons.

Display Panel Controls

1 The top icon is 'Confirm'
2 The Mid-upper icon is 'Up'
3 Selection buttons
4 The Mid-lower icon is 'Down'
5 The lower icon is 'Back / Exit'

7.4 Test Stand States

The test stand can be in one of five states:

  1. Pre-Test - ready to start, or complete, 
  2. Testing – test operation sequence is running,
  3. Test Stop- test interrupted or emergency stop pressed,
  4. Jog Mode - for jogging or positioning the crosshead manually,
  5. Settings Menu – for adjusting the test stand settings,

In each state, the selector buttons have functions described by the on-screen icons.

7.5 On-Screen Icons

On-screen icons vary depending on the current state of the test stand and the menu functions the physical buttons perform at that point. Below are reference tables to help explain the icon definitions.

7.5.1 A: Pre-Test

Icon Action
No ELS Connected No sensor connected
Enable Jog Mode Enable jog mode
Go to Settings Go to settings
Move to Home Position Move to the home position (Set within VectorPro or test start position)

7.5.2 B: Test Stop

Icon Action
Stop Stop test: This stops the crosshead movement, leaving the stand in a test- ended status. The message is ‘Interrupted: User’ and the Home or exit/return menu buttons are shown.
Emergency Stop Emergency stop button pushed: Message: ‘Emergency Stop!!!!’. Remedy the situation causing the required stop, then release the emergency stop to regain control. Note: there is no on-screen icon for the emergency stop.
Upper Limit Switch Triggered Upper limit switch triggered: The crosshead has reached the upper travel limit, as set by the OmniTest limit switches, and stopped. Further travel in this direction is prevented.
Lower Limit Switch Triggered Lower limit switch triggered: The crosshead has reached the lower travel limit, as set by the OmniTest limit switches, and stopped. Further travel in this direction is prevented.

7.5.3 C: Jog Mode

Icon Action
Tare Zero (tare) all OmniTest readings
Move Crosshead Upward Move the crosshead upward at the set jog speed
Upper Limit Switch Triggered Crosshead has reached an upper limit (load signal from a connected gauge, set to Stop, or a limit switch) and stopped
Move Crosshead Downward Move the crosshead downward at the set jog speed
Lower Limit Switch Triggered Crosshead has reached a lower limit (load signal from a connected gauge, set to Stop, or a limit switch) and stopped
Exit Exit jog mode

7.5.4 D: Settings Menu

Icon Action
Confirm Confirm selection (or press the scroll wheel button)
Navigate Up Navigate ‘up’ a menu selection or value (or turn the wheel clockwise)
Navigate Down Navigate ‘down’ a menu selection or value (or turn the wheel anticlockwise)
Exit Exit settings screen

8 OmniTest Single Column Settings

OmniTest Pin Menu

All settings are made by moving the selection marker to the required item or digit and confirming with the tick button or using the central scroll wheel button.

8.1 Jog settings

Within the jog settings menu, the parameters for jog speed and force limits while in jog mode can be configured. Below is a detailed breakdown of each setting and the options available for each setting.

Setting

Action

Range

Up Speed

Configure the jog speed in an upward motion

0.050 to 1200 mm/min

Down Speed

Configure the jog speed in a downward motion

0.050 to 1200 mm/min

Jog Timeout Period

Set the timeout (in minutes) that the machine will keep the motor drive engaged, before the motor drive is disabled. The load applied to the ELS load cell and stand, must reach at least 25 % of the test stand's capacity before the timeout activation is applied. At the end of the timeout period, the 'Jog Active' menu screen is automatically switched back to the 'Ready to Test' menu screen.

(Example: OmniTest 5 kN stand fitted with a 2.5 kN ELS, must reach 1250 N in Tension or Compression, before the timeout activation is applied. Forces below the 25 % limit will not activate the timeout and the stand will actively hold the load applied.XXXXX

1 to 59 minutes

Return Speed Up

Configure the Return or Home speed from an initial  downward driving direction

0.010  to  1200 mm/min

Return Speed Down

Configure the Return or Home speed from an initial upward driving direction

0.010  to  1200 mm/min

Tension Limit

Configure the tensile force limit for jog operations

Up to 2500N

(Up to 562 lbf)

Compression Limit

Configure the compressive force limit for jog operations

Up to 2500N

(Up to 562 lbf)

 

Note: Jog Timeout Period: When activated, may result in the current load being released and the stand and sample relaxing after the timeout period has been reached. XXXXX

8.2 PIN Code

Within the PIN code menu, it is possible to set a four-digit number that can be used to lock the menu feature of the OmniTest system.

Please Note: Once this has been set you cannot access the menu without the PIN, so it is crucial that you keep a record of this safe. If the PIN code has been set and then lost or is unknown, please contact your local agent or Mecmesin Technical Support.

8.3 Information

This screen is used to display key information relating to the OmniTest single column stand and connected ELS.

Here the serial numbers, software, hardware and firmware properties, as well as the calibration date for the test stand and the number of overloads that have occurred for the current ELS, are displayed.

9 Automatic ELS Firmware Update

All OmniTest single column test stands with firmware 3.0.1 and above have the ability to update the firmware of any ELS device. This feature is seamlessly managed through the front panel and ensures that the latest firmware is on the ELS devices.

Connect the ELS Device

Connecting an ELS Small

To start the update connect the ELS to the test system, then switch the test stand on.

Please Note: Analogue short travel extensometers can also be updated in a similar method, simply plug the extensometer device into the corresponding connector on the rear of your OmniTest.

Starting the Upgrade

ELS Upgrade 1

On the display located on the front panel of the test stand, the screen shown in the image above will be presented. 

The new ‘Stored’ firmware is listed at the top of the display and the current ELS firmware is displayed below. In this instance the ELS current firmware is 1.0.8.000, starting the update will flash the device to version 2.1.000.

If more than one ELS is connected (load cell and a short analogue extensometer) the additional devices will be listed. To start the update of the first ELS device press the ‘tick’ icon.

Please Note: If you press the ‘Cross’ icon the upgrade can be started manually by opening the information screen located within the settings menu and scrolling to the ELS firmware version. This will have a ‘*’ next to it, pressing the ‘tick’ icon will open the firmware upgrade screen pictured above.

Flashing the Device

ELS Upgrade 2

The flashing of the device is carried out automatically and progresses through several stages. It is important that the test stand is not turned off or disconnected. Disconnection of the ELS could lead to irreversible damage.

In the image above initial programming is taking place. The progress can be monitored using the bar and percentage readout shown onscreen.

Complete the Flash Process

ELS Upgrade 3

Once the process is at 100% the display will indicate that the firmware upgrade has been successful. The display panel will then prompt the update of the next ELS device currently connected or the return to the start screen (if no additional ELS devices are connected).

The version of the ELS firmware can be checked manually by accessing the ‘Information’ screen located in the ‘Settings’ menu. See the OmniTest 5 and OmniTest 7.5 specification tables for more information.

10 OmniTest 5 Specification

Test Stand OmniTest 5 kN
Rated Capacity kN  kN 5
kgf 500
lbf 1100
Number of Ballscrews 1
Data Acquisition Rate 500 Hz
Displacement*
Crosshead Travel** 650 mm (25.6”)
Resolution 1 µm
Accuracy ±0.1% of indicated position or ±10 microns, whichever is greatest
Speed
Calibrated Speed Range mm/min 0.01 to 1200
in/min 0.0004 to 47.2
Speed Resolution 0.001 mm/min (0.00004 In/min)
Accuracy At Steady State <50 mm/min = ±0.5% of indicated speed or ±0.05 mm/min (whichever is greater)
 50 - 500 mm/min = ±0.2% of indicated speed 
  >500 mm/min = ±1% of indicated speed
Dimensions
Height 1089 mm (42.9”)
Width 330 mm (13”)
Depth 570 mm (22.4”)
Vertical Daylight** 750 mm (29.5”)
Throat Depth†  125 mm (4.9”)
Weight 70.0 kg (155 lbs)
Electrical Supply
Voltage 230V AC 50Hz (3.15A T Fuse) or 110V AC 60Hz (5A T Fuse)
Maximum Power Requirement 150 watts
Enhanced Load Sensor (ELS)
Accuracy When calibrated as part of a system, ±0.5% of reading down to 2% of range suitable for use with Class 0.5 systems according to the requirements of BS EN ISO 7500-1 (requires optional on-site UKAS accredited system calibration)
Sensor Measurement Resolution >1:50000 filtered from 24 bit
Internal Sampling Rate 20 kHz
Environment Specification
Operating Temperature 10°C - 35°C (50°F - 95°F)
Operating Relative Humidity Normal Industry and laboratory conditions. 30%-80% (non-condensing)

* Correction for system compliance is available

** Measured without fixtures

† Measured on centreline of load sensor

11 OmniTest 5 Dimensions

OmniTest 5.0 Dimensions

12 Omnitest 7.5 Specification

Test Stand OmniTest 7.5kN
Rated Capacity kN  kN 7.5
kgf 765
lbf 1686
Number of Ballscrews 1
Data Acquisition Rate 500 Hz
Displacement*
Crosshead Travel** 650 mm (25.6”)
Resolution 1 µm
Accuracy ±0.1% of indicated position or ±10 microns, whichever is greatest
Speed
Calibrated Speed Range mm/min 0.01 to 1200
in/min 0.0004 to 47.2
Speed Resolution 0.001 mm/min (0.00004 In/min)
Accuracy At Steady State <50 mm/min = ±0.5% of indicated speed or ±0.05 mm/min (whichever is greater)
 50 - 500 mm/min = ±0.2% of indicated speed 
  >500 mm/min = ±1% of indicated speed
Dimensions
Height 1089 mm (42.9”)
Width 330 mm (13”)
Depth 570 mm (22.4”)
Vertical Daylight** 750 mm (29.5”)
Throat Depth† 67 mm (2.6”)
Weight 70.0 kg (155 lbs)
Electrical Supply
Voltage 230V AC 50Hz (3.15A T Fuse) or 110V AC 60Hz (5A T Fuse)
Maximum Power Requirement 150 watts
Enhanced Load Sensor (ELS)
Accuracy When calibrated as part of a system, ±0.5% of reading down to 2% of range suitable for use with Class 0.5 systems according to the requirements of BS EN ISO 7500-1 (requires optional on-site UKAS accredited system calibration)
Sensor Measurement Resolution >1:50000 filtered from 24 bit
Internal Sampling Rate 20 kHz
Environment Specification
Operating Temperature 10°C - 35°C (50°F - 95°F)
Operating Relative Humidity Normal Industry and laboratory conditions. 30%-80% (non-condensing)

* Correction for system compliance is available

** Measured without fixtures

† Measured on centreline of load sensor

13 OmniTest 7.5 Dimensions

OmniTest 7.5 Dimensions

14 Declaration of Conformity

For the declaration of conformity for the OmniTest 5 kN and 7.5 kN models, click here.

Original instructions published in English language.
Mecmesin Ltd © 2019.

Patrick Collins
Technical Director, Mecmesin