Mark-10 Series EKE-1 Advance Push/Pull Dynamometer Kits
This product contains natural rubber latex which may cause allergic reactions.
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This product has a Bariatric rating.
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Series EKE-1 Kits measure in lb, oz, kg, N, or kN to an accuracy of +/-0.2% of full scale and include the following:
- Series E force gauge with USB output
- MESURTM Lite data acquisition software
- USB cable
- Double-handle grip
- Padded rectangular and curved attachments
- Clasp hook
- Cushioned carrying case
- AC adapter/charger
- NIST-traceable certificate of calibration
- Select from the following force capacities: 100 lbF, 200 lbF and 500 lbF
- Three year warranty for materials and workmanship
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Cumene, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov
Series EKE-1 Advance Push/Pull Dynamometer Kits are ideal for job task analysis and musculoskeletal strength testing. The included Series E force gauge captures maximum compression and tension forces, as well as average force over time. The gauge also features 5,000-point data memory for individually-saved readings or continuously captured streaming data. Password protection prevents tampering and accidental setting changes. Additionally, attachments may be clicked into 90° or 180° orientations and lock into place via innovative Click-Lock technology, a rugged anti-rotation locking mechanism. Plus, unlike conventional dynamometers, no fastening is required, so the risk of damage to the instrument is reduced.