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Test types: wet, dry, SCOF, DCOF

Available sensor (slider) types: leather, neolite, SBR, custom

Device dimensions:  29 x 20 x 17cm

Weight: 6.9 Kg

Measurement velocity (DCOF): 20cm/s +/- 5%

Measurement range: 0.01 to 1.00 µ

Measurement normal force: 21.3N +/-1%

Contact patch area: 3mm X 28mm

Measurement system tolerance: 2%

DCOF measurement distance: 10 to 50cm, incremental by 5cm (displays 4” to 20”)

Ramp angle: 9.6 degrees maximum (declination)

Verification mass: 1.36 Kg

Operating/storage temp: 5 - 40 deg. C                 

Operating/storage humidity: 5 - 90% RH (non-condensing)

Internal memory: 1000+ measurements

Display: 480 x 272 LCD TFT display with 262K colors, LED backlit

Test data storage/transfer: USB flash drive (FAT32 format)

Transferred file formats: PDF, TXT/CSV (.LOG files)

Printer: thermal, 48 mm wide, 8 dots/mm

Processor type: ARM Cortex M4 32 bit processor, 120 MHz

RAM: 128Mbytes DDR2

Sampling rate: 1000 samples / sec

Protection class: IP20

Power source: RSI battery pack (NiMH battery, 12V nominal, 3.8Ah)

Battery charger: 120-240VAC 50/60 Hz input, UL listed

Recharge time: approx. 12 hours when fully discharged

Camera (forward facing): 1 megapixel, fixed focus

Thermal printout information: test method, last calibration and verification dates, sensor (slider) information, distance (DCOF), test results (min, avg, and max values read), temp and humidity, facility and location codes

PDF report information: test method, last calibration and verification dates, sensor (slider) information, distance (DCOF), photos, test results (min, avg, and max values read), temp and humidity, facility and location codes

Sample pdf report


People have been asking about whether the BOT-3000 has undergone the ASTM F2508-11 "Calibration Standard". The answer is "yes it has" and the summary can be viewed by clicking on the icon below. Regretably though, it should be mentioned that this standard (in our opinion) is scientifically weak since the four tiles provided by ASTM cannot be directly traceable to the same lot of surfaces used within the 2007 USC Study upon which the standard is based. We have also observed a larger than expected tile-to-tile variation within each tile group, based upon an 8 piece sample size for each group.


Copy of ASTM F2508-11 RESULTS_DT.pdf


Results Proof.JPG




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