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Catalog Number: RX1550

  • Identifies a Variety of Preloaded and User-Programmed Glass Coatings

  • First or Second Surface Single Pane Low-E Detection

  • "Opto-Clean" Technology Ensures Accurate Readings
  • Automatic Power-Down Feature Extends Battery Life
  • Easily Re-Calibrated and Programmed in the Field

  • The CRL "Reflex" Coating Detector allows the user to easily identify the coated side of glass for a variety of applications including Low-E, the tin side of clear uncoated float glass, protective and anti-reflective coatings, as well as having the ability to detect and store up to 22 user-programmed coatings.

    CRL Black "Reflex" Coating Detector


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    RX1550 CRL Black "Reflex" Coating Detector

    Catalog Number:RX1550
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    The RX1550 Coating Detector is comprised of two separate functions: One for identifying coated surfaces, the second for identifying Low-E coated surfaces of the glass. For identifying coated surfaces, the device is a first-surface detector, the meter must be placed against the coated surface it is testing. The Low-E detection function is the only part of this meter that will also check the second surface of the piece of glass you are testing. "Opto-Clean" software technology detects and alerts the user of the build-up of dirt on the lens that could affect reading accuracy.

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