Do you know about Lever Dial Gauge?

What is Lever Dial Gauge?

Lever Dial Gauge also knew as Test Indicator. It used to measure sensitive contact.

Lever Dial gauge usually measure up to 0.80 mm. But some special type lever dial design for measurement up to 2 mm. 

lever dial gauge
test indicator

As the name suggests it contain lever type contact, As Plunger type contact in Plunger Dial Gauge. This is light in weight and also smaller than Plunger Dial Gauge.

What is Least count of Lever Dial Gauge(Test Indicator)?

The least count of Test Indicator(Lever dial gauge) is 0.01 mm with a range of 0.80 mm or up to 2 mm. But some special type of lever dial gauge has least count of 0.001mm with a range of 0 to 1 mm.

Above information is valid only for dial-type test indicator. If you are looking for more accuracy choose Digital type gauges.

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As the name suggests it contain lever type contact, As Plunger type contact in Plunger Dial Gauge. The lever Dial gauge is light in weight and also smaller than Plunger Dial Gauge.

Mitutoyo lever dial gauge

What is Least count of Lever Dial Gauge?

The least count of Test Indicator(Lever dial gauge) is 0.01 mm with a range of 0.80 mm or up to 2 mm. But some special type of lever dial gauge has least count of 0.001mm with a range of 0 to 1 mm.

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How do you calculate Dial Gauge reading?

mitutoyo lever dial gauge parts

Measurement by lever dial gauge is quite simple as plunger dial gauge. As the lever moves the mechanical indicator start traveling. The user should avoid sudden contact with the workpiece surface, over tightening of contact points, and side pressure.

What is Lever Dial Gauge used for?

Lever dial gauge used to measure variations in height, flatness, or roundness. It usually combined with Digital height gauge or Vernier Height gauge to fix same measuring force.

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