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TESA UPD

TESA UPD – The flexible concept that provides distinctive metrological advantages with substantial savings Direct Measurement • Permits over 90% of a 122-piece set to be checked using the same reference gauge block. All nominal lengths of the full gauge set being contained within 0,5 and 25 mm, the measuring span is therefore not exceeded.• Allows the reference gauge set to be reduced by nearly 80% against the ones needed until now.
• Provides substantial savings in the gauge block supply and recalibration through reduced set compositions.• Enables direct measurement of gauge blocks that cannot be compared with other existing gauge blocks due to their unusual nominal lengths. Comparative Measurement • Allows the gauge blocks of same
nominal lengths to be measured by comparison as usual.
• Enhances the measuring conditions, thus permitting all measurements to be taken with a lower uncertainty.
• Reduces the number of systematic errors through limited length related influences of both the upper probe A and the gauge block to be compared.

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TESA Design
SWISS MADE
Standard EN ISO 3650
Packaging Packed suitable for shipping
Certificate
of another type Calibration certificate from the supplier for the comparator or the Swiss Calibration Service for the temperature device.
Identification number Serial number
Execution Measuring procedures: direct and comparative measurements through the transference of the length of a reference gauge block to the gauge block to be measured. In direct measurement, the nominal length of the two gauge blocks to be compared may vary up to the size of the measuring span, i.e. 25 mm. In comparative measurement, comparison is always based on two gauge blocks of same nominal length. Measuring configuration Two probes with mechanical contact with the measuring face to be probed are connected in sum measurement (function +A+B).
Measuring points On the reference gauge block: at the centre of the measuring face (point R). On the gauge block to be measured: at the centre (point 1) as well as the four corners of the measuring face, each lying 2 mm away from the adjacent faces (points 2 to 5). The central length lc is determined by probing both points R and 1.
For establishing lengths at any point, the measurements shall be carried out at points
R plus 1 to 5. The variation in length v is obtained from measurements taken at points 1 to 5.
Application range For gauge blocks with nominal lengths from 0,5 mm to 100 mm / 0.02 in to 4 in
Product from the
European Community

TESA UPD Gauge Block Comparator with a 25 mm Measuring Span
• Direct measurement of gauge blocks with a variation in nominal length of up to 25 mm or 1 in. – Enables the number of reference gauge blocks required to be reduced by nearly 80 %.
• Comparative measurement of gauge blocks having a same nominal length. – Enables lower measurement uncertainties to be achieved due to weaker influences of the systematic errors.
• Equipped with HEIDENHAIN high-precision incremental probes.
• Templates with a new concept for positioning the gauge blocks. – Single or dual template system to provide optimum ease of handling of the gauge blocks
• Integrated device for most accurate temperature acquisition. On-line transfer of both measured length and temperature values.
• Computer-aided data processing with all the corrections necessary included.

Dual template system for the maintenance of your reference gauge blocks (TESA patented)  The simultaneous use of two templates allows you to "rest up" your gauge blokcs until you need them.
• The application of this new concept turns into significant savings in both time and money.
• During measurement cycles carried out on a routine basis, the distance travelled over the measurign table is reduced by nealry 70 %.
This contributes to significant reductions of the risks of damaging and wearing the measurement faces.
• The double protection of your reference gauge blocks leads to significant cost savings through the reduction if the need for: recalibration, restoration of the measuring faces, replacement of worn or damaged gauge blocks, increased downtime (whilst extending the life of your reference gauge blocks). 
Single Template System. Using this system your reference gauge blocks are moved together with those to be calibrated during the measurement cycles.

TESA Design
SWISS MADE
Standard EN ISO 3650
Packaging Packed suitable for shipping
Certificate
of another type Calibration certificate from the supplier for the comparator or the Swiss Calibration Service for the temperature device.
Identification number Serial number
Execution Measuring procedures: direct and comparative measurements through the transference of the length of a reference gauge block to the gauge block to be measured. In direct measurement, the nominal length of the two gauge blocks to be compared may vary up to the size of the measuring span, i.e. 25 mm. In comparative measurement, comparison is always based on two gauge blocks of same nominal length. Measuring configuration Two probes with mechanical contact with the measuring face to be probed are connected in sum measurement (function +A+B).
Measuring points On the reference gauge block: at the centre of the measuring face (point R). On the gauge block to be measured: at the centre (point 1) as well as the four corners of the measuring face, each lying 2 mm away from the adjacent faces (points 2 to 5). The central length lc is determined by probing both points R and 1.
For establishing lengths at any point, the measurements shall be carried out at points
R plus 1 to 5. The variation in length v is obtained from measurements taken at points 1 to 5.
Application range For gauge blocks with nominal lengths from 0,5 mm to 100 mm / 0.02 in to 4 in
Product from the
European Community

TESA UPD Gauge Block Comparator with a 25 mm Measuring Span
• Direct measurement of gauge blocks with a variation in nominal length of up to 25 mm or 1 in. – Enables the number of reference gauge blocks required to be reduced by nearly 80 %.
• Comparative measurement of gauge blocks having a same nominal length. – Enables lower measurement uncertainties to be achieved due to weaker influences of the systematic errors.
• Equipped with HEIDENHAIN high-precision incremental probes.
• Templates with a new concept for positioning the gauge blocks. – Single or dual template system to provide optimum ease of handling of the gauge blocks
• Integrated device for most accurate temperature acquisition. On-line transfer of both measured length and temperature values.
• Computer-aided data processing with all the corrections necessary included.

Dual template system for the maintenance of your reference gauge blocks (TESA patented)  The simultaneous use of two templates allows you to "rest up" your gauge blokcs until you need them.
• The application of this new concept turns into significant savings in both time and money.
• During measurement cycles carried out on a routine basis, the distance travelled over the measurign table is reduced by nealry 70 %.
This contributes to significant reductions of the risks of damaging and wearing the measurement faces.
• The double protection of your reference gauge blocks leads to significant cost savings through the reduction if the need for: recalibration, restoration of the measuring faces, replacement of worn or damaged gauge blocks, increased downtime (whilst extending the life of your reference gauge blocks). 
Single Template System. Using this system your reference gauge blocks are moved together with those to be calibrated during the measurement cycles.

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