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DeFelsko PosiTector RTR Replica Tape Reader

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Electronic Surface Profile Gage for Blasted Steel and Textured Coatings

Digital spring micrometers measure and record surface profile parameters using Testex Press-O-Film replica tape producing a more accurate peak-to-valley height measurement.

  • Ready to measure no calibration adjustment required for most applications
  • NEW Larger 2.8 inch impact resistant color touchscreen with redesigned keypad for quick menu navigation
  • NEW Weatherproof, dustproof, and water-resistant - IP65-rated enclosure
  • PosiTector interchangeable platform - attach any PosiTector probe to a single gage body
  • USB, WiFi, and Bluetooth connectivity to PosiSoft PC, Mac, and Smartphone software
  • Certificate of Calibration showing traceability to PTB included (Long Form)

Conforms to ASTM D4417, ISO 8503-5, NACE RP287, SSPC-PA 17, SSPC-SP5, SP6, SP10, SP11-87T, and others

Simple

  • Measures peak height (HL)
  • Automatically subtracts the 50.8 μm (2 mils) incompressible film from all readings
  • Minimizes inspector workload by reducing the number of replicas needed to ensure accuracy
  • NEW Larger 2.8 inch impact resistant color touchscreen with redesigned keypad for quick menu navigation
  • NEW On-gage help explains menu items at the touch of a button
  • RESET feature instantly restores factory settings

Durable

  • NEW Weatherproof, dustproof, and water-resistant IP65-rated enclosure
  • Rugged indoor/outdoor instrument ideal for field or shop use
  • NEW Ergonomic design with durable rubberized grip
  • Shock-absorbing, protective rubber holster for added impact resistance
  • Two year warranty on gage body AND probe

Accurate

  • Produces a more accurate peak-to-valley height measurement. See linearized peak height (HL)
  • Certificate of Calibration showing traceability to PTB included (Long Form)
  • Conforms to national and international standards including ISO 8503-5, ASTM D4417 Method C, NACE RP0287 and SSPC-PA17

Versatile

  • PosiTector body accepts all PosiTector RTR, SPG, 6000, 200, DPM, IRT, SST, SHD, BHI, and UTG probes easily converting from a surface profile gage to a coating thickness gage, dew point meter, soluble salt tester, hardness tester, or ultrasonic wall thickness gage
  • Mils/Microns switchable
  • Selectable display languages
  • NEW Auto rotating display with Flip Lock

Powerful

  • Statistics mode continually displays/updates average, standard deviation, min/max, and number of readings while measuring
  • NEW Screen Capture save 100 screen images for record keeping and review
  • NEW Instant-on feature quickly powers up the gage if recently powered down
  • NEW Up to 30 percent longer battery life
  • USB port for fast, simple connection to a PC and to supply continuous power. USB cable included
  • PosiSoft USB Drive stored readings and graphs can be accessed using universal PC/Mac web browsers or file explorers. No software required.
  • Every stored measurement is date and time stamped
  • Software Solutions for viewing, analyzing and reporting data
  • Software Updates via web keep your gage current

Standard Models

Includes ALL features as shown on Above plus...

  • NEW Storage of 1,000 readings per probe stored readings can be viewed or downloaded

Advanced Models

Includes ALL features as shown on Above plus...

  • NEW Storage of 250,000 readings from multiple probes in up to 1,000 batches
  • Live graphing of measurement data
  • NEW Touchscreen keyboard for quickly renaming batches, adding notes, and more
  • WiFi technology wirelessly synchronizes with PosiSoft.net and downloads software updates
  • Bluetooth 4.0 Technology for data transfer to a mobile device running the PosiTector App or optional portable printer. BLE API available for integration into third-party software.
  • Integrate with third-party software, drones, ROVs, PLCs, and robotic devices using several industry-standard communication protocols
Specifications
Peak Height (HL)
Measurement Range
20 to 115 μm
(0.8 to 4.5 mils)
Peak Height (HL) Accuracy ± 5 μm (± 0.2 mils)
Peak Height (HL) Resolution 1 μm (0.1 mils)
Anvil Diameter Ø6.35 mm (Ø0.25 inch)
Anvil Pressure 1.1 Newtons (110 gram-force)
Size 127 x 66 x 25.4 mm
(5 x 2.6 x 1 inch)
Weight 137 g (4.9 oz.) without batteries

Size and weight are for the PosiTector gage body only and do not include the probe

Measuring Surface Profile Parameters
using the PosiTector RTR and Replica Tape

Testex Press-O-Film replica tape consists of a layer of compressible foam affixed to an incompressible polyester film of highly uniform thickness. When pressed against a roughened steel surface, the foam forms an impression, or reverse replica, of the surface.

burnishing before and after

Placing the compressed tape (replica) between the anvils of the PosiTector RTR provides surface profile parameters.

PosiTector RTR-H models measure peak-to-valley surface profile height (HL).

PosiTector RTR-P models also measure peak density (Pd). Advanced RTR-P models generate 2D/3D images and SDF Surface Data Files.

PosiTector RTR-H

Measures peak height (HL) by placing the compressed replica tape between the anvils. The 2 mil (50.8 micron incompressible film is automatically subtracted and the peak height measurement is displayed.

positector rtr-h callout

PosiTector RTR-P

In addition to measuring peak height (HL) , the PosiTector RTR-P provides areal peak density (Pd) - the number of peaks per unit area.

positector rtr-p callout

The RTR-P incorporates a digital camera and light source. Light is passed through the replica tape and imaged by the camera.

Peak counts can be determined by simply counting bright spots on the photograph as taken by the PosiTector RTR's digital image sensor (camera). 

The intensity of light that passes through the replica tape is inversely proportional to the thickness of the compressed foam. The below photograph of a back-lit piece of replica tape reveals light areas of higher compression (peaks) and dark areas of lower compression (valleys). 

peak count
2D image derived from replica tape Digitally counting bright spots or peaks

 

3d replica

PosiTector RTR-P Advanced models can save high resolution SDF surface data files. These files can be imported into third-party image rendering/analysis software. See Surface Data File (SDF) and 3D Surface Mapping for an overview.

Step 1: Select a PosiTector body (Standard or Advanced features)

std body no probeStandard Models

Includes all features shown on the at a glance tab plus...

  • High Contrast reversible color display
  • Storage of 250 readings which can be viewed or downloaded

 

 

Advanced Models

adv body no probeIncludes all features shown on the at a glance tab plus...

  • High Contrast reversible color display
  • Storage of 100,000 readings in up to 1,000 batches
  • WiFi technology - wirelessly communicate with PosiSoft, download software updates and connect to mobile devices for expanded functionality
  • Bluetooth Wireless Technology for data transfer to a computer or optional portable printer
  • Real time graphing, picture prompting and batch notes

 

Compare Standard and Advanced: PosiTector Body Comparison Chart

 

Step 2: Select from 2 Probe Styles (RTR-H or RTR-P)

RTR-H

  • Measure Peak Height (HL)
  • Compatible with PosiTector SmartLink - Wirelessly connect RTR-H probe to your smart device.

RTR-P

A surface cleaned by abrasive blast is best described using two measured parameters: peak height and peak density.

  • Measure Peak Height (HL)
  • Measure Peak Density (Pd)surface data file
  • Generates 2D/3D images and SDF files (Advanced models)
    • black and white two dimensional (2D) and color three dimensional (3D) thumbnail images.
      Ideal for inclusion into reports and confirming
      consistent blasting results.
    • a high resolution SDF (surface data file) that can be imported into free or purchased third-party rendering software that can be imported into
      third-party rendering software.
      The result is a 3D map of the blasted steel surface at a cost far less than interferometric or confocal profiling devices.

 

  RTR H RTR P
 

 

defelsko rtr h probe

 

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 Order Code

PRBRTRH PRBRTRP
 Measures Peak Height (HL) grey dot grey dot
 Measures Peak Density (Pd)   grey dot
 Generate 2D/3D images   with Advanced body
 Save SDF Surface Data Files   with Advanced body
 Compatible with PosiTector SmartLink grey dot  

 

PosiTector RTR H1 H3 P1 P3
  positector rtr h1 positector rtr h3 positector rtr p1

positector rtr p3

 Order Code

RTR H1 RTR H3 RTR P1 RTR P3
 Included PosiTector Body Standard Advanced Standard Advanced
 Included PosiTector Probe PRBRTRH PRBRTRP
 Measure Peak Height (HL) All models
 Measure Peak Density (Pd)     grey dot grey dot
 Generate 2D/3D images       with Advanced body
 Save SDF Surface Data Files       with Advanced body

 Peak Height (HL)
 
Measurement Range

20 to 115 micron (0.8 to 4.5 mils)
 Peak Height (HL) Accuracy + 5 micron (+ 0.2 mils)
 Peak Height (HL) Resolution + 1 micron (+ 0.2 mils)
 Anvil Diameter 6.3 micron (0.25 inch)
 Anvil Pressure

110 gram-force (1.1 Newtons)

RTR-kit-contents

ALL GAGES COME COMPLETE with stainless steel burnishing tool, 5 cleaning cards, check shim(s), surface cleaning putty, protective rubber holster with belt clip, wrist strap, 3 AAA alkaline batteries, instructions, nylon carrying case with shoulder strap, protective lens shield, Long Form Certificate of Calibration traceable to PTB, USB cable, two year warranty on body and probe.

Replica Tape not included

SIZE: 152 x 61 x 28 (6 x 2.4 x 1.1 inch)
WEIGHT: 140 g (4.9 oz.) without batteries

CONFORMS TO: ASTM D4417, NACE RP0287, SSPC PA 17, SSPC-SP5, SP6, SP10, SP11-87T,
AS 3894.5, ISO 8503-5 and others

 

Q. Are there different models of the PosiTector RTR to choose from?

A. Yes. In addition to Standard or Advanced features, there are now two probes (RTR-H and RTR-P) to choose from for measuring replica tape . . .

PosiTector RTR-H:
• measures peak to valley surface profile height in accordance with ASTM D4417 Method B

PosiTector RTR-P:
• measures peak to valley surface profile height in accordance with ASTM D4417 Method B
• measures areal peak density
• generates high resolution 3D images of the measured surface *

* Available only when the PosiTector RTR-P probe is attached to an Advanced body. This combination provides on-screen 2D and 3D thumbnail images of the surface for reports and an SDF (surface data file) for high resolution 3D analysis by third-party software.

positector rtr chart

Q. Can I purchase only the PosiTector RTR probe for my existing PosiTector?

A. Yes. PosiTector bodies manufactured after April 2011 with serial numbers greater than 700,000 support both probes (RTR-H and RTR-P). Simply update your existing PosiTector by following step by step instructions at www.defelsko.com/update/

Q. Why is surface profile measurement important?
A. Steel surfaces are frequently cleaned by abrasive impact prior to the application of protective coatings. The resultant surface profile must be accurately assessed to ensure compliance with job or contract specifications. In the protective coatings industry, replica tape is widely used for quantifying surface profile.

Peak height and peak density are important factors in the performance of applied protective coatings. Low values may reduce coating bond strength (adhesion). High values may cause peaks to receive insufficient coverage and possibly rust prematurely and for the surface to be insufficiently wetted.

Q. What is replica tape?
A. Replica tape is a long known method for characterizing a surface. It is simple, relatively inexpensive and shows good correlation with results from other methods. It is particularly useful for measurements on curved surfaces that are difficult to measure directly with stylus instruments, interferometric laser scanning or optical focal distance measuring devices. It is therefore not surprising that it has become the most popular field method for measuring surface profile. Its operation is described in a number of international standards including ASTM D4417 , ISO 8503‐5 , NACE RP0287 , and AS 3894.5.

Replica tape consists of a layer of compressible foam affixed to an incompressible polyester film of uniform thickness (2 mils +0.1 mil). When pressed against a roughened steel surface the foam forms an impression or reverse replica of the surface. Placing the compressed tape (replica) between the anvils of a micrometer and subtracting the contribution of the incompressible polyester film (2 mils / 50.8 μm) gives a measure of the average maximum peak‐to‐valley surface roughness profile.

burnish before and after


Q. Why have you created a new PosiTector RTR-P probe?
A. It is not widely known that surface replicas obtained using Testex Tape contain far more information than just peak height as measured by a micrometer or by our PosiTector RTR-H. Significant data is available through digital imaging. The PosiTector RTR-P uses thickness and imaging sensors to characterize replica tape and generate images and statistics of the original surface.

The nature of abrasive blast cleaned steel surfaces is predictive of long term coating performance. The most important of these parameters, peak height (H), is commonly measured today and is usually the only parameter reported. While its importance is undeniable, one parameter alone does not fully describe the dynamics of a coating/substrate relationship. Peak density (Pd) is also an important indicator of performance. Together with H, Peak density provides a better prediction of long term coating performance.

Replica tape has been used to measure the profile of abrasive blasted steel since the late 1960's. Compared to other methods, it has the advantages of ruggedness, relatively low start-up cost, good repeatability and the option of retaining a physical replica of the surface being evaluated. This method is widely used and understood.

Q. Why is it important to measure peak density?
A. The figure below is a simplified example of why BOTH peak height AND peak density are important to the understanding of coating performance. The two surfaces have different geometries yet their height measurements are the same. Peak density measurements give a clearer picture of the surface available for bonding.

surface density

Both surfaces have the same measured peak-to-valley height. A second important measurable parameter, peak density, helps explain why coatings bond differently to each surface.

Q. If it is so important to count peaks, why has the industry not been doing it?

A. qa style roughnessThere is little doubt that peak density measurements are important. The problem has been that they have not been easy to obtain. Stylus roughness instruments (contact profilometers) have been the only devices available. They measure both peak height (Rt) and the number of peaks encountered along a sampling length (Pc) as per ASTM D7127. They have not become popular for economic and practical reasons.

They are fragile in nature since they depend on a precisely calibrated stylus that often extends a distance from the body of the device itself. They can be complex to set up and to operate, and they report a number of roughness parameters that are of limited interest to the coatings industry. Finally, these instruments have a significant initial cost. All these factors dissuade potential users.

 

Q. How does the PosiTector RTR-P get peak density information from Replica Tape?
A. Replica tape has been used to measure the profile of abrasive blasted steel since the late 1960's. Compared to other methods, it has the advantages of ruggedness, relatively low start-up cost, good repeatability and the option of retaining a physical replica of the surface being evaluated. The method is widely used and widely understood. But it is not widely known that surface replicas obtained using Testex Tape contain far more information than just peak height as measured by a micrometer.

Significant data is available through digital imaging. The PosiTector RTR-P captures an image of light passing through the burnished tape which reveals light areas of higher compression (peaks) and dark areas of lower compression (valleys). The gage simply counts the bright spots.

Q. Are PosiTector RTR-P peak density values the same as peak count values generated by surface roughness instruments?
A. Stylus roughness instruments record the up and down distances of an external stylus traversing across a surface. They count the number of peaks (Pc) encountered along a straight 12.5 mm (0.5 in) line. The PosiTector RTR-P counts the number of peaks from a replica tape surface area that is approximately 16 mm2 (0.63 in2). Although stylus roughness instruments yield a 2D measurement in peaks/mm (peaks/in) and the PosiTector RTR-P series yields measurements in peaks/mm2 (peaks/in2), the two methods correlate well.

Q. What is a 2D thumbnail image?
A. A black and white two dimensional (2D) image is essentially a photograph of the burnished tape. It reveals a pattern of dark and light spots similar to what you might see if you put the replica tape in front of a light source. The bright areas are higher compressed tape (peaks) and dark areas are lower compressed tape (valleys). Peak density is determined by simply counting the bright spots. This exportable image is suitable for inspection reports.

2d image

Q. What is a 3D thumbnail image?

A. Additional surface characterization parameters can be extracted once the 2D image has been generated. The PosiTector RTR-P uses a light intensity versus thickness algorithm to produce three dimensional (3D) images of the replicated surface. A low resolution color image is quickly generated and displayed on the PosiTector which can also be exported into inspection reports.

3d image

Q. What further analysis can be done by third-party software?
A. In addition to producing 2D and 3D images of every replica tape measurement, the PosiTector RTR-P3 (with an Advanced body) can also generate an SDF (surface data file) that can be imported into free or purchased third-party rendering software. The result is a 3D map of the blasted steel surface at a cost far less than interferometric or confocal profiling devices.

See Surface Data File (SDF) and 3D Surface Mapping

surface 3d image

Q. Can PosiSoft.net store and report all this new PosiTector RTR-P data?
A. Our free, cloud based PosiSoft.net website will store and report all PosiTector RTR data including peak to valley height (HL), peak density (Pd), and each measurement's 2D and 3D thumbnail image. SDF files are not available on PosiSoft.net.

Q. Can the PosiTector RTR give the same measurement results as Testex spring micrometers?
A. The user has a choice of measurement modes with the PosiTector RTR. The default mode is HL. This value is the most accurate peak‐to‐valley height measurement because it adjusts for tape non‐linearity without the need to average 2 or more replicas.

The user can change the gage’s measurement setting to report an H measurement value that is comparable to the value obtained by Testex spring micrometers after the subtraction of the 2 mil / 50.8 μm incompressible polyester substrate.


Q. Why are PosiTector RTR measurements more accurate than those of spring micrometers?
A. We determined the non‐linear relationship between actual steel profile peak‐to‐valley heights and their replicated heights on tape. Using this algorithm the PosiTector RTR is able to overcome the shortcomings imposed by the non‐linearity of replica tape foam. With a single measurement, the gage produces a more accurate peak‐to‐valley height measurement HL. The advantages are a reduction in measurement uncertainty, inspector workload, the likelihood of error, and the number of replicas needed by inspectors to assure accuracy.

In other words, the PosiTector RTR’s displayed HL value is a more accurate surface profile measurement because it adjusts for tape non‐linearity without the need to average the results from 2 or more replicas.
 

Q. What is meant by the word linearization?

A. Linearization is a technique used to insure uniform accuracy of measurement in many types of advanced sensors. Its use in connection with replica tape is described here.
 
Q. How does the anvil impact force of the PosiTector RTR compare to that of spring micrometers?
A. They are the same. Mitutoyo micrometers supplied by Testex have had special modifications made to their springs and anvils. The PosiTector RTR has the same anvil size (0.25 inch / 6.25mm diameter) and applies the same spring tension (110 gram‐force / 1.1 Newtons) as Testex micrometers and as required by major test standards.

An issue with mechanical spring micrometers is that they can under‐read if users drop the measuring anvils onto the replica tape too fast. Other errors can occur if users press upward on measuring arms to “stabilize” readings. Both actions force conventional micrometers to read lower by crushing the tape’s delicate microfoam.

The PosiTector RTR’s unique opposing spring design prevents these undesired user interferences from happening. Pressing the two probe buttons releases a holding spring. That allows a second spring, the anvil spring, to apply a constant pressure measuring force on the replica. This measuring force is not coupled to the buttons so the user cannot alter the applied pressure and inadvertently influence results.

Q. Does the PosiTector RTR measure ALL grades of replica tape?
A. The PosiTector RTR measures the two primary grades of replica tape: Coarse and X‐Coarse. The other grades of replica tape, Coarse Minus and X‐Coarse Plus, are check grades that are used only to confirm or improve the accuracy of conventional analog spring micrometer measurements at the lower end of the Coarse tape’s range (Coarse Minus) and at the upper end of the X‐Coarse tape’s range (X‐Coarse Plus). Since the PosiTector RTR automatically corrects for the non‐linearity of Coarse and X‐Coarse tape, these other check grades are not required.

To get best quality high resolution SDF images of the original surface, DeFelsko recommends the use of Optical Grade Testex tape.

Q. What is Optical Grade Testex tape?
A. For improved optical resolution and to reduce optical artifacts in SDF images, the Testex Company manufactures an optical-grade version of their Coarse and X-Coarse grade tapes.

Q. Why is a stainless steel burnishing tool included instead of a plastic swizzle stick?
A. DeFelsko has taken steps to improve on all aspects of the replica tape surface profile measuring process including the initial replica creation. Plastic sticks are not manufactured to uniform tolerances and their ball ends often contain sharp knit lines from the molding process. The ball on the supplied stainless steel burnishing tool is machined to the proper diameter for optimal rubbing. It won’t break under pressure and ensures a consistent test is accomplished every time.

burnishing tool

Q. Why is an Anvil Cleaning Card included?

A. The anvils of all measuring devices quickly become dirty with residual tape adhesive and with grit picked up from the test surface. Frequent cleaning is recommended to ensure accuracy. A cleaning card is included with every PosiTector RTR and additional cards are available in packs of 20. They can be used with most micrometers.

Ensuring the anvils are clean is especially important when using the PosiTector RTR-P to measure peak density (Pd) and generate surface images.

cleaning card


Q. Why is Surface Cleaning Putty included?

A. Abrasive blasting leaves grit on test surfaces that gets picked up by the crushable foam in replica tape. This debris affects the accuracy of replica tape measurements made by any micrometer and should be removed from the test surface with the included putty. This putty was tested amongst many and works the best in all environments. Other, similar putties will not work well in extreme environments and may contaminate the surface instead of cleaning it. One package of Surface Cleaning Putty is included with every PosiTector RTR and additional putty is available in packs of 5.

Ensuring the surface is clean is especially important when using the PosiTector RTR-P to measure peak density (Pd) and generate surface images.

cleaning puttycleaning putty


Q. What is the purpose of the included check shim and check tape?

A. The PosiTector RTR Check Shim verifies the accuracy and operation of the peak height measuring system. The Peak Density Check Tape verifies the operation of the peak density measuring system.

Q. How do you position replica tape into the PosiTector RTR?

A. Testex Press‐O‐Film replica tape is now produced with two positioning dots that align with arrows located on both sides of the PosiTector RTR’s probe. Move the tape to the back of the probe, align the dots, and then press the two probe buttons. Measurement is fast, simple and accurate.

insert tape    rtr insert tape

 

PosiTector RTR
RTRH1-E PosiTector RTR H1 Standard
RTRH3-E PosiTector RTR H3 Advanced
PRBRTRH PosiTector RTR H Replica Tape Reader H Probe
RTRP1-E PosiTector RTR P1 Standard
RTRP3-E PosiTector RTR P3 Advanced
PRBRTRP PosiTector RTR P Replica Tape Reader P Probe

 

Testex Press-O-Film Replica Tape

Testex Press-O-Film Replica Tape
50 pieces (impressions) per roll

Tape Grade Range Order Code
Coarse (C) 20 to 64 microns
0.8 to 2.5 mils
R-PRESS
X-Coarse (XC) 40 to 115 microns
1.5 to 4.5 mils
R-PRESSX

Optical Grade
Coarse (C)

20 to 64 microns
0.8 to 2.5 mils
R-PRESSOG
Optical Grade
X-Coarse (XC)
40 to 115 microns
1.5 to 4.5 mils
R-PRESSXOG
Certified PosiTector RTR Shim Set

Certified PosiTector RTR Shim Set
Order Code:
STDCSSRTR

Used to verify the accuracy and operation of PosiTector RTR and other spring micrometer replica tape readers. Ideal for fulfilling both ISO and in-house quality control requirements. Includes Certificate of Calibration traceable to PTB.

Accuracy: ±1.25 microns 

The shims, along with our calibration procedure, allow you to verify the height (H, HL) accuracy of PosiTector RTR instruments in-house

PosiTector RTR Check Shim

PosiTector RTR Check Shim
Order Code:
RTRCHKSHIM04

Used to check PosiTector RTR peak height accuracy (RTR-H and RTR-P). One check shim is included with each probe.

Stated thickness is adjusted for Replica Tape Offset Value.

PosiTector RTR Check Tape

PosiTector RTR Check Tape
Order Code:
RTRCHKTAPE04

Used to check the operation of PosiTector RTR-P peak density measurement (for use with the PosiTector RTR-P only).

One check tape is included with each RTR-P probe.

Cleaning Cards

Cleaning Cards
Order Code:
RTRCLEANCARD

Pre-moistened with isopropyl alcohol to clean residual adhesive and debris from the anvils helping to insure an accurate test.

Every PosiTector RTR ships with (5) cleaning cards. Additional cards are available (20 cards per pack).

Stainless Steel Burnishing Tool

Stainless Steel Burnishing Tool
Order Code:
RTRBURNISH

Round-end (Ø8 mm) rubbing tool to compress replica film on the blasted surface.

One burnish tool is included with each PosiTector RTR probe.

positector probes

PosiTector Probes

PosiTector body accepts all PosiTector 6000, 200, DPM, UTG, RTR and SPG probes easily converting from a coating thickness gage to a dew point meter, surface profile gage or wall thickness gage

ir printer

Bluetooth Printer receives data from Advanced models

  • Receives data via Bluetooth wireless technology.
  • Prints readings and statistical summary
  • Battery-operated
  • Light weight
  • One year Warranty
AC Power Cable AC Power Cable for continuous operation or battery charging

This kit supplies several alternate power solutions for your battery-operated PosiTector. They allow the gage to operate continuously without the need for batteries.

Use the cable alone to connect a PosiTector to your PCs built-in USB port that acts as a continuous power source. Or connect the cable to the included power adaptor which plugs into any AC wall electrical outlet, 110 or 220V.

A selection of electrical plugs is included which are capable of dealing with most countrys outlets.

PosiTector Case

PosiTector Case

Convenient hard shell case for carrying a PosiTector gage body and multiple probes - including any of the PosiTector 6000 Coating Thickness probes, DPM Dew Point Meter probes, SPG Surface Profile probes, or UTG Ultrasonic Wall Thickness probes.

Case has compartments for Certificates of Calibration, instruction manuals and other accessories.

Protective Lens Shield

Protective Lens Shield

  • Pack of five thin plastic lens shields
  • Ideal for protecting the PosiTector display from paint overspray.

One lens shield is included with every PosiTector instrument

 

RTRH1-E
POSITECTOR RTR 1 STANDARD REPLICA TAPE READER
CALL OR ADD TO CART FOR FREE 2ND DAY AIR UPS
Mfg. item #: RTRH1-E
DEFRTRH1-E
Free 2nd Day AIr for DEFELSCO orders over $599!1047
$675.00

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RTRH3-E
POSITECTOR RTR 3 ADVANCED REPLICA TAPE READER
CALL OR ADD TO CART FOR FREE 2ND DAY AIR UPS
Mfg. item #: RTRH3-E
DEFRTRH3-E
Free 2nd Day AIr for DEFELSCO orders over $599!1047
$1,075.00

216
PRBRTRH
REPLICA TAPE READER PROBE - FOR POSITECTOR
Mfg. item #: PRBRTRH
DEFPRBRTRH
Free 2nd Day AIr for DEFELSCO orders over $599!1047
$395.00

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RTRP1-E
POSITECTOR RTR P1 STANDARD REPLICA TAPE READER
Mfg. item #: RTRP1-E
DEFRTRP1-E
Free 2nd Day AIr for DEFELSCO orders over $599!1047
$2,175.00

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RTRP3-E
POSITECTOR RTR P3 ADVANCED REPLICA TAPE READER
Mfg. item #: RTRP3-E
DEFRTRP3-E
lease to own for as little as:$52 per month!
Free 2nd Day AIr for DEFELSCO orders over $599!1047
$2,575.00

1591
PRBRTRP
REPLICA TAPE READER P PROBE FOR POSITECTOR
Mfg. item #: PRBRTRP
DEFPRBRTRP
Free 2nd Day AIr for DEFELSCO orders over $599!1047
$1,895.00

1591
R-PRESS
TESTEX PRESS-O-FILM - REPLICA TAPE - COARSE
Mfg. item #: R-PRESS
DEFR-PRESS
FREE shipping ONLY when ordered with a machine from this manufacturer otherwise Ground UPS Will Be Added at Order Entry.20
$36.00

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R-PRESSX
TESTEX PRESS-O-FILM - REPLICA TAPE - X-COARSE
Mfg. item #: R-PRESSX
DEFR-PRESSX
FREE shipping ONLY when ordered with a machine from this manufacturer otherwise Ground UPS Will Be Added at Order Entry.20
$36.00

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R-PRESSOG
TESTEX PRESS-O-FILM - REPLICA TAPE COARSE OPTICAL
Mfg. item #: R-PRESSOG
DEFR-PRESSOG
FREE shipping ONLY when ordered with a machine from this manufacturer otherwise Ground UPS Will Be Added at Order Entry.20
$50.00

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R-PRESSXOG
TESTEX PRESS-O-FILM - REPLICA TAPE X-COARSE OPTICAL
Mfg. item #: R-PRESSXOG
DEFR-PRESSXOG
FREE shipping ONLY when ordered with a machine from this manufacturer otherwise Ground UPS Will Be Added at Order Entry.20
$50.00

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STDCSSRTR
Mfg. item #: STDCSSRTR
DEFSTDCSSRTR
FREE shipping ONLY when ordered with a machine from this manufacturer otherwise Ground UPS Will Be Added at Order Entry.20
$95.00

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RTRCHKSHIM04
PLASTIC CHECK SHIM 100UM(4MIL) - FOR POSITECTOR RTR
Mfg. item #: RTRCHKSHIM04
DEFRTRCHKSHIM04
FREE shipping ONLY when ordered with a machine from this manufacturer otherwise Ground UPS Will Be Added at Order Entry.20
$25.00

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RTRCHKTAPE04
PEAK DENSITY CHECK TAPE - FOR POSITECTOR RTR-P
Mfg. item #: RTRCHKTAPE04
DEFRTRCHKTAPE04
FREE shipping ONLY when ordered with a machine from this manufacturer otherwise Ground UPS Will Be Added at Order Entry.20
$25.00

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RTRCLEANCARD
CLEANING CARDS (20 PK) - FOR POSITECTOR RTR
Mfg. item #: RTRCLEANCARD
DEFRTRCLEANCARD
FREE shipping ONLY when ordered with a machine from this manufacturer otherwise Ground UPS Will Be Added at Order Entry.20
$30.00

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RTRBURNISH
STAINLESS STEEL BURNISHING - TOOL FOR POSITECTOR RTR
Mfg. item #: RTRBURNISH
DEFRTRBURNISH
FREE shipping ONLY when ordered with a machine from this manufacturer otherwise Ground UPS Will Be Added at Order Entry.20
$10.00

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