Electro Standards Laboratories is marketing its ESLTest II tensile testing system that replaces pip cords and hand-held keypads with voice command recognition. Users can place data marks during a test and save and plot results by speaking into the wireless remote headset, the firm said. The system can be customized to output immediate statistics from tensile, compression and peel tests via pop-up panels and to produce report formats that match those achieved by the operator. The ESLTest II is computer network compatible, allowing the test data to be stored and retrieved from networked directories. The software monitor feature allows the data from the tester to be saved at one location and data analysis and plotting to be conducted at other network locations that do not have any tensile testing equipment. For more information, call Raymond Sepe Jr. at 401-943-1164; fax at 401-946-5790; or e-mail at [email protected]
Tensile test system uses voice actuation
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