RADWAG AK-4/100 Automatic Mass Comparator 110 g x 0.001 mg
Automatic mass comparatorAK-4AK series is intended to automatic determination of weights mass deviations with operator’s activity limited to the minimum. The comparator enables determining deviations of three tested weights in a single cycle. 10 g x 0.001 mg more ...
Automatic mass comparatorAK-4AK series is intended to automatic determination of weights mass deviations with operator’s activity limited to the minimum. The comparator enables determining deviations of three tested weights in a single cycle. . The instrument is commonly applicable in mass measuring laboratories, and particularly in certification units for weights classes E1 and M1. depending on the model
The supervising part of the mass comparator is a digital module which cooperates with a controller of instrument’s mechanical components. The digital module and the automatic loader are located in mass comparator’s weighing chamber. The instrument is operated by means of digital display which is plugged to mass comparator’s controller. The supervising elements are not integrated with mass comparator’s mechanical parts, thus enabling separation of instrument’s weighing chamber from ambient conditions influence.
Effective and Excellent Measurement The AK-4 automatic mass comparator enables determining mass deviations of weights with the minimum possible operator participation. The comparator allows to compare weights of class E1 and lower of mass ranging between 10 g and 10 kg.
Comparison of Mass Standard Sets There are two versions of the mass comparator: 4-position for 1 reference weight and 3 test weights, and 2-position for reference weight being a combination of mass value of 3 separate weights.
Excellent Measurement Repeatability AK-4 automatic mass comparator, due to the elimination of the human factor, temperature changes and air drafts, guarantees excellent measurement repeatability when compared to manual mass comparator.
Design and Functionality An element that controls mass comparator operation is a digital management module, which is placed inside comparator’s chamber along with an automatic mass standard feeder. Mass comparator is operated by means of indicator connected to the comparator controller. Control elements are not mechanically integrated with the construction thanks to what the influence of ambient conditions on mass comparator chamber is significantly reduced.
Dedicated Software Specially designed RMCS computer software enables comprehensive realisation of calibration procedures in laboratory. The system manages the whole calibration process, starting from the moment the order is placed, through procedure performance, to the moment of issuing the calibration certificate.
* repeatability is expressed as a standard deviation determined for 6 ABBA cycles
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*** non-condensing conditions
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RMCS system, designed by RADWAG, is dedicated to management of calibrating and testing procedures in a laboratory from the moment of accepting an order, through its progress and until issuing a calibration certificate. The software manages the complete calibrating and testing process.
The operation of mass comparators in connection with the software for network management of calibration process provides improved efficiency, reliable measurement results and complete documentation from calibration process, together with lower labour costs.
The system enables initiating the calibration procedure by ordering a task to a mass comparator, and autonomous executing calibration process on a mass comparator. In both cases, data is transferred to the software for the purpose of registering, controlling and finally issuing a calibration certificate.
Mass comparators linked in the RMCS system autonomously cooperate with THB ambient conditions monitors enabling recording major ambient factors like temperature, humidity and atmospheric pressure throughout the control process. The modules are detachable from the mass comparators for calibration and adjustment of their sensors.
Data on current ambient conditions is displayed in real time on mass comparator’s display. The data is also sent do RMCS software for control and archiving purposes.
Ambient conditions monitoring module:
Installed and in direct cooperation with a mass comparator;
Enabling recording ambient conditions (temperature, humidity, atmospheric pressure) and calculating air density;
Continuous monitoring of ambient conditions in direct vicinity of a mass comparator and its weighing chamber;
Graphic presentation of ambient conditions on mass comparator’s display.
Automatic and manual mass comparators used as components of the RMCS system;
Access and management of databases on: standards, test objects, from the level of RMCS software;
Execution of calibration tasks ordered in the RMCS software;
Self test procedure determining mass comparator’s repeatability parameter;
Transfer of measurement results to the software memory.
Calculating and data storage module:
Sending tasks to mass comparators;
Downloading data on mass and ambient conditions from mass comparators;
Operation on databases of clients / tasks / standards;
Monitoring of future calibration dates;
Database of accomplished calibrations, printouts and saved documentation.
Complete management of a metrological laboratory calibrating mass standards and weights with application of Y series of RADWAG mass comparators;
Calibration using ABBA and ABA methods;
Application of MS SQL database for network supervision of multiple computer stands;
Complete management of calibration orders;
Extended database of mass standards and test objects;
Extended database of clients, operators and users;
Database of manual and automatic mass comparators;
Database of calibration orders;
Managing pending tasks based on issued calibration orders;
Planning tasks and orders execution;
Weight checking procedure without an order – Quick Check option;
Manual or automatic calibration of test objects;
Cooperation with RADWAG automatic mass comparators;
Bilateral data synchronization with RADWAG mass comparators;
Reporting from calibration process;
Issuing calibration certificates according to pre-defined template;
Exporting report results to various file formats: PDF, MS Word, Excel;
Record of events;
Register of orders and calibration certificates;
Saving copies of all calibration protocols, orders, calibration certificates and records of ambient conditions;
Secured access to the software – log in procedure using password.