Advantage™ Optical Extensometer (AOX)

Advantage Optical Extensometer (AOX)

Even simpler to use than a traditional contacting extensometer, the MTS Advantage™ Optical Extensometer (AOX) also provides all the precision and productivity advantages of a non-contacting strain measurement solution. Whether you are measuring QC tensile strength, long-term fatigue or crack growth, this extensometer can accommodate everything from fine resolution measurements to high-elongation requirements and more.


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Key Product Features

Extremely Accurate

Real-time data rate of 300 - 3000 Hz

Simple Setup

No grids or bars required for pre-test calibration

Faster Throughput

Instant Reset feature improves productivity

Saves Time

Once set up, it's always measuring

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