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LOGIST ICS AND SUPPORT GEAR


TRAINING TOOLS


DILLON ED JUNIOR DYNAMOME T ER


Measure load, tension, and force with this indispensable rescue tool. Originally designed to measure the tension on power and phone transmission wires, the dynamometer has proven to have great versatility in rope rigging and rescue applications. It has been used for such diverse jobs as tensioning highlines, field testing rescue systems, and monitoring forces during rope rescue evolution. For precision force or tension measurement in a unit that provides continuous readout of the changing force and a hold feature that records peak force, PMI offers the simple to operate digital ED Junior.


Key Features: Peak detection as well as sustained load readings • Selectable units of measure include lbf, kgf, and Newtons • Accuracy - 0.2% (full scale) • Operates with 2 C-cell batteries • The 6-digit dot-matrix display features 1” (26 mm) high numerals • 7:1 safety factor


10K 50 kN (10,000 lbf) 10K Carry Case


5K 20 kN (5000 lbf) 5K Carry Case


HD26112 HD26113 HD26124 HD26125


$1,500.00 $195.00


$1,420.00 $115.00


DILLON ED-X TREME DYNAMOME T ER


COMMUNICATOR REMOTE DISPLAY UNIT The Ed-Xtreme dynamometer is a precise instrument that can survive real-world punishment. Use it for simple applications, or tap into its sophisticated user- defined options. Select an optional communicator to monitor a series of critical stress points from a single location or to download your data to a PC via an RS-232 connection for compilation and analysis and generate hard-copy printouts. For hard wire capability, a serial cable connects easily to included recessed connector on rear of instrument. The Ed-Xtreme Remote Communicator is a handheld remote command hub that lets users simultaneously display and control up to 16 EDx dynamometers within the same airspace. The Communicator also calculates the total load on the individual dynamometers, offers custom units, and lets users export data to a PC for recording or analysis. Contact PMI’s customer service department for information on units not shown here, including other force ranges (2500 to 330,000 lbf), and accessories.


Key Features: Shackles included • Order units with optional radio transmitters for use with the Ed-Xtreme Remote Communicator • 5:1 strength and safety ratio • Accuracy: 0.1% of capacity • 1 part in 1000 display mode with Dillon provided shackles • LCD display shows up to 6 digits • Display updates 2 x per second • Recessed sealed connector for serial communications or connection to a Communicator • Print or extract data easily • Continuous output • 320 hours battery life with typical use • 2 C-cell alkaline batteries • Operating temperature -4° F to 140° F (-20° to 60° C)


5K 20 kN (5000 lbf) 10K 50 kN (10,000 lbf)


5 K w/Backlight & Radio (for use with Communicator)


15.00 lbs (6.804 kg) 22.00 lbs (9.979 kg) 15.00 lbs (6.804 kg)


10 K w/Backlight & Radio (for use with Communicator) 22.00 lbs (9.979 kg) Remote Communicator


10.00 lbs (4.536 kg)


HD26126 HD26127 HD26129 HD26130 HD26131


$2,055.00 $2,445.00 $2,825.00 $3,220.00 $1,295.00


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