SIMRET 4000 BRAKE TESTER
Simret 4000 Brake Tester for Rough Terrain Vehicles by Turnkey Instruments
The Simret 4000 is intended for testing the braking execution of rough terrain vehicles. It is smaller and lightweight, with a vast, illuminated screen and separable printer.
The instrument is in a perfect world suited to the brake proportion technique for testing, which is prescribed as best practice for elastic tyred vehicles in quarries, open cast coal destinations and mines.
The Simret 4000 records normal brake proportion, test slope, speed and ceasing separation, and in light of the fact that the brake proportion is estimated freely of inclination and speed, tests can be done in various situations and conditions.
How it works
The most recent expansion to our scope of HGV brake analyzers, the Simret 4000 is the world’s first Bluetooth-empowered substantial vehicle brake analyzer. So there are no awkward wires or links to stress over.
It is direct to use, with an unmistakable easy to understand menu and single-tick control. The pedal cushion is just fitted, by sliding its clasp or wrapping its Velcro lash over the brake pedal.
A pass or bomb light will be lit up following the test, and more definite outcomes are shown on the vast, illuminated screen. A printed record of the normal brake proportion, test slant, brake defers time, ceasing separation, and speed while braking was started, alongside a brake proportion/time chart, can be created straight away on the going with remote printer. The Bluetooth-empowered printer can likewise speak with other Turnkey instruments.
The Simret 4000 has a 4 MB inner memory, enabling it to set aside to 99 test results finish with charts. It can likewise be utilized with a discretionary 2 GB SD memory card to give significantly more information stockpiling. The gadget remembers up to 99 plant depictions, 16 test conditions and 4 brake composes. All outcomes are date stamped and commented on with test conditions, administrator and plant depiction.
We prescribe that the Simret 4000 is recalibrated once every year, or prior if the instrument individual test cautions of an alignment blame.