Motorized test stands for laboratory, production environments

Omega's MTS300 series of motorized test stands feature an LCD display and are designed for tension and compression testing applications for laboratory and production environments.

08/07/2014


Omega's MTS300 series of motorized test stands feature an LCD display and are designed for tension and compression testing applications for laboratory and production environments. Courtesy: Omega EngineeringOmega's MTS300 series of motorized test stands feature an LCD display with up, down, stop, and emergency stop buttons and variable function keys. The MTS300 series have selectable speed units, mounting holes for bench mounting and is designed for tension and compression testing applications for laboratory and production environments. Other features include a removable fixture mounting plate with matrix of threaded holes. It also has a stepper motor and its mechanical design is intended to reduce column bending. 

Omega Engineering

www.omega.com 

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