Software Control system for Hardness Units
Gibitre has developed specific software for the control of hardness units.The program is compatible with Windows 7 and 8(32 and 64 bits).
Gibitre has developed specific software for the control of hardness units.
The program is compatible with Windows 7, 8 and 10 (32 and 64 bits).
Each hardness unit can be connected to a standard pc using the usb cable provided. In case more units are connected to the same pc, they can be used simultaneously.
The software is connected to a database where standard test procedures are stored.
The software permits to perform
automatically a customer-defined
number of tests using standard preinstalled test procedures or to set
customer defined tests.
The software enables multi-point
automatic testing. The user can set
the number of tests to be performed
and the rotation angle of the sample
holder among the tests.
Hardness readings at set test time
The curve of Hardness vs. time
(hardness relaxation curve) is drawn.
Tolerance comparison: Results are automatically compared with tolerance limits set for the product under test.
Regression analysis: the curve of
Hardness vs. time is drawn both in
linear and logarithmic axes and the
relative regression curve is built to
calculate the angle coefficient of the
Hysteresis (for IRHD units): hysteresis test is performed by removing the
main force on the sample at the end
of the standard test time and measuring the rate of hardness recovery after the set time.
Thickness correction: Italian standard UNI 7319 has developed a mathematical correction, which permits to predict the hardness measure on a standard sample when the real test is made with a sample with non-standard thickness.
The software permits to enter the
real thickness of the sample and to calculate, in addition to the real
reading, the predicted reading on a
X-chart, Gaussian Curve, Max, Min,
Mean, Std. Dev, Cp and Cpk for the
ongoing test or for a selection of
stored results are automatically
Data storage: Test identification, results and hardness relaxation curves can be printed and stored in a database.
Data export: the test results and the points of hardness relaxation curve can be exported both to a serial port or to a txt file for further analysis.
The test results of the test finished or a selection of stored results can be printed.
The test report may include, in addition to the test results and test identification, the test curves, the to?lerance limits, the statistic, the logo of the customer, the digital signature of the user and a legend with the description of the results calculated.
The software for hardness is connected to the Gibitre Standard SQL database (see the relative section for additional features of Gibitre Enterprise software)
Regression curve analysis
Angle coefficient of Regression curve
Hysteresis analysis (irhd tests)
% recovery after set time after main force removal
Mean, std. Dev., min, max, Cp, Cpk of test results. X-Chart and Gaussian distribution
Rubber Relaxation curve (hardness
versus test time) in linear and logarithmics axes
Comparison of test results with the tolerance limits set for the product
Saving of results and curves in standard database
Minimum Configuration: Intel Core I3 2 GB RAM.
Compatible Operating Systems: Windows 7, 8 and 10;
Connection to the instrument via USB Cable (included)
Software usage Languages
Italian, English, French, Spanish, German, Portuguese, Russian, Chinese, Japanese, Turkish, Polish, Czech
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