Systems Make sure button is secured within test fixture The Test has stopped because of an Exception (press anywhere to continue) Measure these common results and more using your L2 Plus system: • Absolute Peak • Average Value (All Peaks) • Average Value (Selected Peaks) • Average Value (All Valleys) • Average Value (Selected Valleys) • Average Results (Regions) • Break (Load) • Break (Load/Extension Rate) • Break (% Maximum) • Coefficient of Friction • Delta Creep • Delta Relaxation • Initial Peak • Initial Valley • Hold Preset Point • Hysteresis Loss • Slope Intersect • Total Creep • Total Relaxation • User Calculations • Work/Energy/Resilience L2 Plus Systems Your test step can include "exceptions" which help with test flow control. If an exception occurs the test run can automatically abort. Your test data may be saved and exported,or you can choose to disregard the test altogether. Here the test exceptions are "abort if the Load reaches 4.00lbf,or if the sample breaks after first measuring 2.00lbf". System messages and prompts provide operators with alerts during testing. User prompts include ASK and TELL messages: • ASK messages require an operator acknowledgement. • TELL messages are displayed for a duration or until the operator acknowledges the message. System messages display in red to alert the operator to alerts and warnings. Scoping allows you to specify any point or segment of data from your graph for analysis. Measure based on load, distance and time. Complex motion-control test steps may be performed, including load rate control. This test method lets you specify a load target and a velocity based on load rate. In this example, the target load is 15.00lbf and the test requires that you get to the target in 5 seconds, or a rate of 180.00 lbf/minute. Two forms of Break analysis are supported: %Drop from Maximum Load and Rate. A bar code reader can be used to quickly load and launch your test setup. Ideal for busy, high-volume production applications where you are performing many test setups. 488 M a terial T esting / F orce M easurement