Dial Calibration Tester

Dial Calibration Tester

Feature of DCT Software

  • Direct data acquisition to computer.
  • Windows based and  user friendly software.
  • Graphical presentation of Dial Indicator and errors in forward and background directions.
  • Software is capable of maintaining Gauge history.


  • Precise and sensitive drum with non rotating anvil.
  • Robust construction with vertical stand for easy operation and clear visibility.
  • Replaceable probe No need of dedicated probe as a master.
  • Design based on Abbe’s principle.
  • Direct comparative measurement for required accuracy.
  • Horizontally it accommodates the Lever Type Dial bore gauge for calibration.
  • Used in two different combinations with Digital Dial Gauge with 0.0001 mm resolution for calibration of 0.001 mm least count dial gauges.
  • Lunch resolution dial gauges can also be checked.
  • RS 232 Port and USB for interface with computer and Software for recording and evaluation.
  • The DTC software provides calibration results.
  • Accessories such as clamp, magnifying lens and holder are provided.


  • Calibration of Plunger Type Dial
  • Calibration of lever type Dial
  • Calibration of Dial Bore Gauge


Measuring probes / Display Unit

  • Capacitive absolute measuring probes, plunger type
  • Resolution 0.0001 mm
  • Measuring range from 2 to 50 mm
  • Plain bearing or ball bearing, integrated vacuum lifter on P2 and P5
  • Compatible with the D50S, D80S, D90S, D100S and D200S units
  • Digital display multi-functions from 1 to 64 analog channels
  • Input for 1 Sylvac probe P2 to P50
  • Analog and digital output Opto-coupled ( command signals)
  • Autonomy : 8h (NiMH accu)
  • To increase the accuracy by calibrating the unit with th probe
  • 0.1 μm resolution
  • Robust construction
  • Water and coolant resistant
  • New technology with configurable menus
  • Broad choice of functions (MIN/MAX/DELTA, TOL, Factor, PRESENT, AUTO OFF,etc)
  • Automatic wake-up and sleeping mode (S.I.S. system), absolute System
  • Maximum error of 1.8 μm