A continuous sensing capability for rapid viscosity measurement makes this economical DV1 digital viscometer a standout. Measures viscosity and temperature simultaneously (with an optional temperature probe) with a choice of 18 different speeds. With its timed measurement function, data can easily be sent to a PC or printer. The DV1 is available in a choice of languages such as English, French, German, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish. Optional software allows the DV1 to collect, analyze and record test data.
FEATURES & BENEFITS
PC Interface for use with optional Wingather SQ Software and output connection to printer
Available as a choice of multiple languages: English, French, German, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish
Simplified user interface for more direct access to features
Direct access to time measurement function (time to torque, time to stop)
Temperature off-set capability to ±5°C
Senses and displays continuously
Viscosity (cP or mPa·s)
Temperature (°C or °F) (OPTIONAL)
Torque measurement accuracy: 1% of full scale range
Repeatability: 0.2% of full scale range
Select all functions from user-friendly keypad
Choice of 18 rotational speeds
Optional RTD temperature probe
Auto-zero function to ensure precision torque measurement
Auto-range function to define full scale range (FSR) for all spindle/speed combinations
Warns of under- or over-range torque measurement condition
Printing to Dymo® capability
Timed Stop feature to measure viscosity at precise user specified time interval
Time to Torque feature to measure the time interval for sample to reach user defined torque value
Compatible with all Brookfield accessories
NIST traceable viscosity standards available
LV is for low viscosity materials and can measure the thinnest materials. Typical examples include inks, oils, and solvents.
RV is for medium viscosity materials than those measured with an LV torque. Typical examples include creams, food, and paints.
HA is for higher viscosity materials than those measured with an RV torque. Typical examples include gels, chocolate and epoxies.
HB is for even higher viscosity materials than those measured with an HA torque spring. Typical examples include asphalt, caulking compounds, and molasses.