Model # GC3200
Glass-Chek ELITE
Glass Thickness Meter and Low-E Detector with Laminates
Operating Manual
Glass-Chek ELITE - Model# GC3200
The Glass-Chek ELITE enables you to measure glass and air space thickness of
single, double, triple, and quad pane windows from a single side. The GC3200
allows you to determine the presence, location and type of invisible low-E
coatings, as well as identify and measure laminated glass (including the innerlayer thickness). There are numerous other applications described within this
operating manual.
This manual will outline how to use the meter, including choosing language and
measurement settings, explanations of “results” screens, proper use, and
maintenance of the meter. Additionally, it will outline appropriate applications,
technical details and warranty information.
Table of Contents
Page 1 ....................................................Introduction and Table of Contents
Page 2 ....................................................Meter Layout
Results Screen Explanation
MENU Options
Page 3 ....................................................Navigating the MENU, Unit of Measure, & Results Screen Speed
Page 4 ....................................................Operating MODES
Page 5 ....................................................Language Selection
Back-light Settings
Stored Data
Page 6 ....................................................Proper Operation, BEST Location for Measurements on Window, Hand Placement
Page 7 ....................................................Application Example 1: Double Pane IG with Low E on Surface 2
Application Example 2: Double Pane IG with Low E on Surface 3
Application Example 3: Triple Pane IG with Low E on Surface 5
Application Example 4: Double Pane IG with Suspended Film
Page 8 ....................................................Application Example 5: Laminated Glass
Page 9 ....................................................Application Example 6: LAMI + LOW E (Low E Coating Against LAMI Inner Layer)
Page 10 ..................................................Application Example 7: Multi-Laminate Glass
Page 11...................................................Application Example 8: Multi-Laminate Glass and Multiple Data Screens
Application Example 9: Multi-Laminate Glass and “D” Values
Page 12...................................................Low E Detection Capabilities
Page 13...................................................Helpful Operating Tips & Explanations
Explanation of ERROR Messages
Page 14...................................................Troubleshooting Guide
Page 15...................................................Specifications
Glass Thickness Range
Page 16...................................................ASTM Glass Standard Thickness Table
Fractions Table With Low E Coating List
GC3200 Warranty
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METER LAYOUT
Results display: DIAGRAM
-A profile drawing of the window is shown
at the bottom of the graphical display
-Each piece of glass is assigned a number
-Each glass surface is assigned a number
for better understanding of the
measurement results.
-Glass and Surface numbers match the
DATA results shown at the top of the
display
-Glass surface number will BLINK on the
diagram if it is a Low E Coated surface
Results display: DATA
-Digital measurement results of the glass, air
space, laminate and overall IG thickness
-Also displays the type of Low E coating in the
window, and the surface location
The ARROW keys are used to:
-Scroll between measurement result screens
(forward and backwards)
-Press & Hold to enter the MENU system
-Move the cursor up and down in the MENU
-Toggle between options in the MENU
The POWER button is used to:
-Turn the power ON (Momentary press)
-Turn the power OFF (Press & Hold)
-Take a measurement (Momentary press)
-Make a selection in the MENU
Explanation of the Results Screen
Glass thickness typically shown
in the left column
Air Space and Laminate Inner Layer
thickness typically shown in the right column
Any identified Low E Surfaces will BLINK
on the graphic display to show the location.
Graphic display shows the position
of the meter on the window.
GLASS #1
LAMINATE#1
GLASS #2
AIR SPACE #1
GLASS #3
MENU OPTIONS
There are various OPERATING MODES and user-selectable options that will make your experience with the Glass-Chek ELITE more
convenient. All of these options are available in the MENU system. To access the MENU system, turn the meter on by pressing and releasing
the POWER BUTTON and wait for the WELCOME screen to complete its display. The WELCOME screen will show you the version of
software that is in your meter, as well as confirm the current OPERATING MODE that the meter is operating in. Be sure you have selected
the proper operating mode for your application. Choosing the wrong mode can result in incorrect measurement results, or no results at all.
Remember if you change the operating mode, it will stay in that mode for all future measurements, until you change it again by entering the
MENU system. Powering the meter OFF will NOT reset the operating mode.
WELCOME SCREEN
MEASUREMENT REMINDER SCREEN
software version #
current operating mode
After the WELCOME SCREEN, the meter will go to its measurement reminder screen, reminding you to place the GC3200 meter at the
bottom center of the window for ALL MEASUREMENTS!! This is the preferred measurement location that should be used for ALL
MEASUREMENTS. Testing in this location will eliminate effects from glass that is flexing inward, resulting in a concave glass surface. The
most accurate measurements of a window will be obtained in this location when using the GC32000 meter.
After the measurement reminder screen appears, PRESS and HOLD one of the ARROW buttons for several seconds until the ENTERING
MENU screen appears. Release the ARROW button once that screen appears. You can enter the MENU system any time the meter is
powered on by pressing and holding one of the ARROW buttons. Please note that you may need to hold the ARROW button down for several
seconds before entering the MENU system.
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Navigating Through the Menu
A small arrow will appear next to the top option. In the illustration below, the arrow is next to the “MODE” option.
To move the cursor from line to line, press the UP or DOWN arrow buttons to navigate through the MENU. To select an option, press the
POWER button one time. Once a category is selected, your options will be displayed. Use the ARROW buttons to scroll through the available
options for that selection. Once you have the desired option on the display, press the POWER button one time to select that option. You will
then move back one level in the MENU system. If you make a selection by mistake, press the POWER button again to select that option a
second time and make your correct selection. Once you are finished making changes, use the ARROW buttons to move to the EXIT options:
“EXIT - SAVE CHANGES” OR “EXIT - DO NOT SAVE”.
Selecting Unit of Measure:
The GC3200 can display thickness measurements in various units. You also have the option of rounding measurements
to the nearest “Glass Thickness Standard” (Refer to GC3200 Glass Standards chart on page 16). To choose the display units appropriate for
your application, follow these steps:
In the MENU, select the “DISPLAY UNITS” option. The sub-menu to the right will be displayed:
First, select the “DIMENSIONS” option by pressing the POWER button. Choose if you want your unit of measure to be millimeters or inches.
Use the ARROW keys to toggle between units and press the POWER button to make your selection.
Next, determine whether you want the meter to: 1.) round measurements to the nearest Glass STANDARD, 2.) display the ACTUAL glass
thickness dimensions or 3.) display both STANDARD and ACTUAL. To turn STANDARD rounding on or off, select the “STANDARD” option. If
your dimensions are set to inches, you will have the options: FRACTION, DECIMAL or OFF. If your dimensions are set to millimeters, you will
have the options: ON or OFF. Use the ARROW button to find your desired setting and press the POWER button to select it. PLEASE NOTE, if
the STANDARD option is selected in inches, the glass thickness designations will always be shown in fractions. If decimal inches are chosen,
only the air space thickness and overall IG unit thickness will be shown in decimal inches. The glass thickness will always be shown in
fractions of an inch when STANDARD is turned on.
Next, choose your ACTUAL setting. If this setting is activated, your meter will display actual glass thickness dimensions without rounding. If
your dimensions are set to inches, you will have the options: FRACTION, DECIMAL or OFF. If your dimensions are set to millimeters, you will
have the options: ON or OFF. Use the ARROW buttons to find your desired setting and press the POWER button to select it.
NOTE: STANDARD and ACTUAL cannot both be set to OFF. If they are both activated, the measurements will alternate on the screen after a
measurement has been taken. For an illustration of this feature, see the “Measurement Examples” section.
When you exit the Display Units menu, the meter will show an example of what the measurement results screen will look like according to your
selections. This will help you determine whether you chose the correct options. Press the POWER button to exit the example display.
Results Screen Display Speed:
Measurement results are displayed across multiple screens. These screens can be controlled two different ways. If you take no action, the
screens will automatically advance from one to the next. If you do not want to wait for the screen to advance, you can use the ARROW keys to
advance or go back to a previous screen. If you let the meter advance the screens for you, the speed at which these screens advance can be
set in the MENU system. Select DISPLAY SPEED in the MENU. You can independently select the number of seconds you want the
THICKNESS measurement screens to display as well as the LOW-E results screen. Use the ARROW keys to change the time, and then press
the POWER button to confirm the selection. Exit when complete to go back to the main MENU. PLEASE NOTE: If you would prefer that the
meter only advances to the next result screen when you push the ARROW key, then change the Result Screen times to the maximum value of
60 seconds for both the THICKNESS and LOW E screens. This will maximize the time each screen is displayed, allowing you to advance the
screens via the ARROW buttons when ready (as long as you do so before 60 seconds).
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Operating Modes
Depending on your application, you may need to choose a different operating MODE. In the MENU, select MODE by pressing the POWER
button. Then use the ARROW buttons to scroll through all of the available MODE options. Here is a list of the MODES you can choose from,
as well as an explanation of the applications you would select for each MODE.
MODE
APPLICATIONS
1. LAMINATE
1. This is the default MODE the meter is shipped in. This MODE allows the meter to search for and
measure laminated inner layers in the window you are testing. This MODE will test for laminate inner
layers in single pane applications, as well as if the laminated glass is included in an insulating glass unit
(IG). The meter can also identify more than one laminated pane of glass in double and triple pane
applications. While this MODE is called LAMINATE, the meter will still test regular glass and windows in
single, double, and triple pane applications that do not include a laminate inner layer. Note that
searching for laminate inner layers will extend the amount of time it takes to complete a measurement.
Typically thinner glass will test the fastest, while thicker glass such as 1/4” (6mm) will take a little longer.
If you know the windows you are testing do not include laminated glass, switching to NORMAL GLASS
(NO LAMI) MODE will result in faster measurements. DO NOT use LAMINATE MODE to test glass that
has multiple laminate inner layers in the same piece of glass, such as bullet resistant or fire rated glass.
Choose MULTI-LAMINATE MODE for those applications.
2. NORMAL GLASS (NO LAMI)
2. If you know your applications will NOT include laminated glass, and you want the fastest
measurements possible, choose NORMAL GLASS MODE. This mode will test single, double and triple
pane (IG) windows without taking the time to search for laminate inner layers. If you use this mode to test
laminated glass, the meter will display the overall thickness of the laminated glass, but not identify it as
laminated glass nor provide details about the inner-layer thickness.
3. MULTI-LAMINATE
3. If the piece of glass you are testing contains more than one (1) laminate inner layer, choose this
MODE. Common applications for this MODE include bullet resistant, blast resistant, or fire rated glass
that contains numerous glass and laminate inner-layers. PLEASE NOTE, in this MODE you can only
test monolithic assemblies. You can not test multi-laminate glass that is inserted into an IG. If you
attempt to test an IG with multi-laminate layers, it will cause a mistake in the GC3200 measurement
results. If you need to know the air space of the IG, change the MODE to NORMAL GLASS (NO LAMI),
and the GC3200 will measure the IG as a regular double pane window, including the air space. See the
application examples on Page 10 and 11 in this manual for further explanation.
4. LAMI + LOW E
4. Select this MODE if you are testing a laminated piece of glass that has a Low E coating placed against
the laminate inner layer (Surface 2 or 3). This MODE will estimate the thickness of both pieces of glass in
the assembly, and also identify if the Low E coating is on Surface 2 versus Surface 3. PLEASE NOTE:
ONLY USE THIS MODE WHEN THE LOW E COATING IS PLACED AGAINST THE LAMINATE
INNER LAYER. USING THIS MODE ON ANY OTHER GLASS COULD CAUSE ERRORS IN YOUR
MEASUREMENT RESULTS.
5. REFLECTIVE SINGLE PANE (1G)
5. If you are testing commercial glazing that is very reflective (mirrored surface) this MODE will allow you
to get measurements on monolithic glass. The NORMAL and LAMINATE MODES typically can not
measure mirrored/reflective glass, or will give inaccurate results.
6. REFLECTIVE DOUBLE PANE (2G)
6. If you are testing an IG in a commercial application that includes the reflective (mirrored) glass, then
select this MODE to measure the glass and air space thickness of the window. In this MODE, the meter
will not identify the type of low e coating that is used in the window.
7. DARK GLASS SINGLE PANE (1G)
7. For applications with dark glass, the NORMAL or LAMINATE MODE may not be able to measure the
glass thickness. If you have a single monolithic piece of glass that has a low Light Transmission value,
try using this MODE. Do NOT attempt to test Insulating units in this MODE, as an ERROR will occur.
8. DARK GLASS DOUBLE PANE (2G)
8. For applications with dark glass, the NORMAL or LAMINATE MODE may not be able to measure the
glass and air space thickness. If you have a known dual glazed IG that has a low Light Transmission
value, try using this MODE. Do not attempt to test monolithic or triple pane insulating units in this MODE.
9. DARK GLASS TRIPLE PANE (3G)
9. For applications with dark glass, the NORMAL or LAMINATE MODE may not be able to measure the
glass and air space thickness. If you have a known triple glazed IG that has a low Light Transmission
value, try using this MODE. Do NOT attempt to test monolithic or double pane insulating units in this
MODE, as an error could occur.
10. DARK GLASS LAMI SINGLE PANE (1G)
10. If you have a single piece of laminated that is dark, select this MODE. This MODE will only test
monolithic pieces of laminated glass, and is designed for testing glass with low Light Transmission
levels. For the best results, test the side of the laminate that contains the clear piece of glass.
11. SUSPENDED FILM
11. If you encounter a window that has film (polyester) suspended between the panes of glass, use this
MODE to measure the glass and multiple air spaces that occur in the window. In this MODE, the meter
will only test the nearest pane of glass for low e coatings. This MODE will only test for 1 piece of
suspended film in the air space of the window. Testing regular windows in this MODE will cause an error.
12. QUAD PANE (4G)
12. Select this MODE to test windows that have four (4) panes of glass.
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Choose Your Language
In the MENU, select the “LANGUAGE” option. Use the ARROW buttons to select LANGUAGE, then press the POWER button. Use the
ARROW buttons to scroll through the available languages. Press the POWER button when your desired language appears. Save your
changes and exit.
WARNING: Once the meter’s language is changed, the menu will immediately change to the language selected. If you choose the wrong
language and can’t get back to your desired language, stop navigating the menu and allow the meter to automatically power down. The meter
will automatically shut off after 1 to 2 minutes of inactivity. When the meter powers back up, it will display the previously selected language.
The following languages are available in the GC3200: English, German, French, Spanish, Dutch, Italian, Swedish and Danish.
ENGLISH
GERMAN
ITALIAN
DUTCH
SPANISH
FRENCH
DANISH
SWEDISH
Backlight Setting
If you want to conserve the life of the battery you can choose to turn the back-lighting of the display off. If you choose NORMAL, the back-light
will stay on during measurements and also while the measurement results are displayed on the screen. The back-light will stay on through one
rotation of the measurement results. When the results begin repeating, the back-light will turn off, unless you press the ARROW buttons to
move the results screens forward or backward. Any ARROW button press will cause the back-light to turn back on. Please note that during
the actual measurement, we turn off the back-light until the measurement results are obtained. This helps to extend the life of the battery.
Stored Data
The GC3200 will automatically save the most recent 30 measurements. The stored data will continually update after every measurement. To
retrieve a recent measurement, enter the MENU system and select STORED DATA. Your most recent measurement will be at the top of the
list under the heading “MOST RECENT DATA”. As you move down the list, the measurements move from most recent to least recent.
Therefore the oldest measurement in your list will be in entry #1. Select the measurement you would like to retrieve. Once you select the data
point, the measurement results will appear, just as they did when you completed the measurement. The screens will automatically advance
from one result screen to the next, just as they did when you completed the measurement. The ARROW keys will also allow you to advance
or return as they do in normal measurements. After you are finished reviewing the information, press the POWER button to return back to the
STORED DATA MENU. You can select another measurement or EXIT. The EXIT selection is at the bottom of the list. You can get to the EXIT
by traveling down the measurement tree, or by moving to the top of the list and rolling over to the bottom of the list. Also at the bottom of the
list are options to DELETE INDIVIDUAL data point, or DELETE ALL data points. When you turn off the meter, the data is still stored in its
nonvolatile memory. Note that you can not permanently store the measurements in the meter. Each time you take a measurement, the oldest
data point will be deleted.
STORED DATA SCREENS
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Proper Operation of the Glass-Chek ELITE
Place the meter at the bottom center of the window to be tested. Press and release the POWER button to take a measurement. Do not hold
the POWER button down, as this will cause the meter to shut off. The “TAKING READING” message will be displayed while your
measurement is being completed. The “TAKING READING” screen also indicates the remaining battery life, as well as confirms the operating
MODE the meter is in.
Turning The Meter Off
Hold the button down for several seconds to turn off the meter. A message will display on the screen notifying you that the meter is about to
power down. Continue holding the button down until the screen goes blank. If the meter is left unused for a period of time, the unit will
automatically shut off. To conserve battery life, it is recommended to turn the meter off manually when you are finished using it.
Guidelines For Most Accurate Results:
• Hold the meter steady and flat against the test surface during measurement
• Do not touch the glass with your hand while taking the reading
• Take readings at the BOTTOM CENTER of the window for best thickness
accuracy (see explanation below)
• Take multiple measurements to verify results
• Make sure the window being measured is clean
• Make sure the two lenses on the back of the GC3200 are clean. See Image
to the right. -------->
Use only clean compressed air to clean the lenses. Only use a lint
free cloth if absolutely necessary to clean smudges, fingerprints, etc.
• Make sure nothing is touching the far side surface of the window during the
measurement
• It is best to test windows in free air, not resting on a tabletop surface, or
stacked on other pieces of glass.
Above: Back of GC3200 meter with the two lenses
circled. Use clean compressed air to clean the
lenses.
4 OPTIMAL TEST LOCATIONS
FOR MOST ACCURATE RESULTS
At Left: Recommended placement of meter:
Hold the meter steady AND FLAT against the glass during measurement.
The meter should be centered on one of the four edges of the window with the
bottom edge of the meter placed parallel to the edge of the window (see image
to the left). BOTTOM CENTER IS THE PREFERRED LOCATION. This will
minimize the effect of a concave (or collapsed) window. As you move away
from the edge of a window, many windows will bow inward (concave).
Because the sensor runs parallel to the bottom edge of the meter, it is
important to place the bottom edge of the meter along the edge of the window
as shown. You can place the meter approximately 1 to 2 inches from the edge
of the window.
DO NOT touch the glass with your hand or thumb while taking measurements.
Note the hand placement used in the picture at left. The user’s thumb is
resting on the GC3200 without touching the glass being measured. Also, be
sure there are no other metallic objects touching the glass.
DO NOT continue to hold down
the button while taking a
measurement.
Place your index finger next to
the button as shown at left.
At Right: Incorrect hand placement.
• DO NOT hold the POWER button while taking a measurement. This will cause
the meter to turn off. Rest your index finger next to the button as shown above.
• DO NOT touch the glass with your hand while taking readings. The picture at
right shows the user’s thumb resting on the window while taking a measurement.
This could cause incorrect results for the low-E measurement.
Application Examples
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The Glass-Chek ELITE offers various display formats. The following illustrations are examples of measurement displays with explanations of
the application being tested and how the display format was configured.
— Measurement Example One — Double Pane IG with Low E on Surface 2
SURFACE 2
Resulting Measurement Displays: Due to the application and display format, the
measurement will alternate the following three messages:
1)
AIR SPACE
GLASS 2
Low-E
GLASS 1
Display Format
• Dimensions: Inch
• Standard: Fraction
• Actual: Decimal
Double Pane
Window
2)
3)
Display 1 shows fractional inches rounded to the nearest standard. Display 2 shows the actual
measurements in decimal inches. Notice how the actual measurements in 2 are slightly different than
the measurements in 1 because Display 1 shows the readings rounded to the nearest standard.
Display 3 shows that the low-E coating is on surface 2, and it indicates that the coating properties are
soft coat and have the performance of double-silver Low-E.
— Measurement Example Two — Double Pane IG with Low E on Surface 3
Low-E
Resulting Measurement Displays: Due to the application and display format, the
measurement will alternate the following two messages:
GLASS 2
1)
AIR SPACE
GLASS 1
SURFACE 3
Display Format
• Dimensions: MM
• Standard: ON
• Actual: OFF
Double Pane
Window
2)
Display 1 shows millimeters rounded to the nearest standard. Since the “Actual” setting is set to OFF,
there is no display showing the actual dimensions of the glass - only the dimensions rounded to the
nearest standard. Display 2 shows that the low-E coating is on surface 3. Please note there are
times where the meter will not specifically designate surface 3, and may show the result as Surface 3
or 4. This means that the meter is only indicating the coating is on the second pane of glass. In that
instance, the user must test the window from the opposite side to confirm the exact low e surface.
— Measurement Example Three — Triple Pane IG with Low E on Surface 5
Resulting Measurement Displays: Due to the application and display format, the
measurement will alternate the following three messages:
SURFACE 5
GLASS 3
AIR SPACE 2
GLASS 1
AIR SPACE 1
GLASS 2
Low-E
Display Format
• Dimensions: Inch
• Standard: Fraction
• Actual: Decimal
Triple Pane
Window
3)
2)
1)
Display 1 shows fractional inches rounded to the nearest standard. Display 2 shows the actual
measurements in decimal inches. Display 3 shows that the meter did not detect a low-E coating on G1
or G2. Since the GC3200 only detects coatings on the first 2 panes, you may be required to test both
sides of a triple pane window to verify the presence of a low-E coating on the glass on the opposite
side of the window.
— Measurement Example Four — Double Pane IG with Suspended Film
Suspended
Film
AIR SPACE 2
AIR SPACE 1
GLASS 2
Resulting Measurement Displays: Due to the application and display format, the
measurement will alternate the following 2 messages:
GLASS 1
Display Format
• Dimensions: MM
• Standard: OFF
• Actual: ON
1)
2)
Display 1 shows the actual thickness of the window in MM. Since the “Standard” setting is set to
OFF, STANDARD dimensions are not displayed. The word “FILM” indicates suspended film between
Double Pane with the two panes of glass. Display 2 indicates that G1 does not have any low e coatings (“CLEAR” of
Suspended Film any low-E coating). In Suspended Film Mode, the GC3200 will NOT test G2 for Low E Coatings.
Application Examples – Continued
1)
2)
LAMI Layer
(.030”)
(0.8mm)
Low-E
GLASS 3 (G3 = 3/16” = 5mm)
Screen 3 shows the glass results rounded to the nearest STANDARD value in MM’s, while Screen 4 shows
the same results in MM’s as the ACTUAL value.
Laminated Glass
AIR SPACE (A1 = .444” = 7/16” = 11.3mm)
The first result screen shows the thickness of all the components comprising the window. See Screen 1
below. This will include each piece of glass, laminate inner layer, and air space. For the laminated glass
illustration to the right, the following result screens would occur. Screen 2 shows the Low E measurement
results. Please note that for the Low E measurement, the GC3200 can confirm there is a low e coating on the
opposite piece of glass, but it can not differentiate if the coating is on Surface 5 versus Surface 6 in this
application. If you need to confirm the exact Low E surface location, you would need to test the opposite side
of the window to confirm this. Also, there are instances when the laminated glass is in the first pane of glass,
where the GC3200 meter will not be able to confirm the type of Low E Coating when it is on G3. Again,
testing the window from the oppostie side would confirm the type of Low E Coating as well.
Whole Window
LAMINATED GLASS 2 (G2 = 3/16” = 5mm)
When the potential for laminated glass exists, be sure you are working in LAMINATE MODE. (see page 3&4).
The GC3200 meter will test laminated pieces of glass monolithically, and also in double pane or triple pane
(IG) windows. For the BEST RESULTS when testing IG’s, we recommend placing the GC3200 meter on
the side of the window that contains the laminated glass when possible. Also, it is very important that
the laminated glass you are testing is clean. Because the laminate inner layers are so thin, any dirt or
smudges on the glass can negatively impact the accuracy of the results, or the ability of the meter to detect
the laminate inner layer. Please clean the glass before you take a measurement.
LAMINATED GLASS 1 (G1 = 3/16” = 5mm)
— Measurement Example Five — Laminated Glass
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Glass Surface #
3)
4)
When testing laminated glass, there are applications where the GC3200 meter will not be able to completely
identify the thickness of the laminate inner layer. When this occurs, the meter will still display the overall
thickness of the laminated glass by showing the results as a combination of G1 + L1 + G2. When this occurs,
the meter was not able to cleanly identify the laminate inner layer surfaces. Screen 4 below shows an
example of how this will appear. When this condition occurs, the meter will add one additional screen to the
rotation of results screens. The additional screen is called the ASSUMPTION SCREEN. If the user knows
that both pieces of glass in the laminated piece are the same thickness, then the meter will show an
assumption screen that presumes G1 = G2. See Screen 6 below. If the user knows that G1 = G2, then the
meter will confirm the glass thickness, as well as provide an estimate of the laminate inner layer thickness. If
the user does not know for sure that G1 = G2, then the user should disregard the assumption screen. NOTE:
If the G1/L1/G2 combination continually appears through multiple measurements on the same window, the
user should attempt a measurement from the other side of the window if possible. A complete set of laminate
thickness values might be possible from the opposite side of the window.
3)
4)
Application Examples – Continued
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— Measurement Example Six — LAMI + LOW E (Low E Coating against LAMI inner layer)
When working with laminated glass that has a low e coating placed against the laminate inner-layer, the Glass-Chek
ELITE helps identify which surface has the low-E coating (2 vs 3). To perform this function, the meter must be
switched into “LAMI + LOW E” mode (see page 3&4). Please note for the example below, that STANDARD Mode has
been set to FRACTIONS of an Inch, and the ACTUAL Mode has been set to DECIMAL Inches.
Whole Window
Laminated Glass
Screen 5 takes the evaluation one step further and makes the assumption that both pieces of glass comprising the
laminated piece are the same thickness (G1 + G2). This is called the ASSUMPTION SCREEN. If G1 = G2 for your
application, then Screen 5 will show the glass thickness, the laminate inner-layer thickness, and it will also confirm
that the low e coating is on Surface 2 versus Surface 3. You will also notice on Screen 5, the meter actually identifies
SURFACE 2 as the Low E surface in this example, and blinks the #2 in the drawing at the bottom of Screen 5. The
rest of the screens blink both surface 2 & 3 since they are not the ASSUMPTION Screen.
The final Screen 6 in the sequence confirms the presence of the Low E Coating against the laminate inner-layer, and
also indicates the type of Low E coating.
Glass Surface # 1 2 3 4
G1: G1 (0.123” OR 1/8”) nearest piece of glass (Screen 2 & 4-Line 1)
L1 + G2: LAMI L1 (0.039”) + G2 (0.123”or 1/8”) = 0.162” or 5/32” (Screen 2 & 4-Line 2)
G1 + L1 + G2: G1 (0.123” or 1/8”) + LAMI Layer (0.039”) + G2 (0.123” or 1/8”) = 0.285” or 9/32” total laminated glass thickness
(Screen 1 & 3-Line 1, Screen 2&4-Line 3, & Screen 5-Line 4)
A1: Air Space Thickness (.453” or 7/16”) (Screen 1 & 3, Line 1)
G3: G3 (.123” or 1/8”) (Screen 1 & 3, Line 2)
TOTAL: Total Window Thickness (.962” or 31/32”) (Screen 1 & 3, Line 3)
STANDARD IN FRACTIONS (Inches)
1)
STANDARD IN FRACTIONS (Inches)
4)
3)
2)
ACTUAL IN DECIMAL (Inches)
ACTUAL IN DECIMAL (Inches)
ASSUMPTION SCREEN (Inches)
5)
LOW E RESULTS SCREEN
6)
GLASS 3 (0.224” = 1/4” = 6mm)
On screens 2 and 4, you will see that these two thickness values are denoted by the letter “D” (D1 & D2). Because the
meter does not know which thickness value is the glass, and which one contains the glass + lami, an arbitrary value of
D is assigned to the thickness values.
LAMINATED GLASS 2 (0.123” = 1/8” = 3mm)
The next screens will show the make-up of the laminated Low E piece of glass by itself. The meter has been designed
to add the thickness of the LAMI layer to the thickness of the glass that contains NO low-E coating. For the Low E
piece of glass, the meter will display the actual thickness of the glass itself. Therefore the piece of glass that is
displayed as a “normal” standard thickness (0.123” or 1/8” for example) is the pane that has the low-E
coating on it. This means that the piece of glass that has an abnormal (larger) glass thickness (caused by
adding the LAMI thickness to the glass thickness) will be the glass pane that is clear of any Low E coating. In
this example the clear glass + lami = .162” or 5/32”.
AIR SPACE (0.453” = 7/16”)
LAMI Layer
(.039”)
Low-E
LAMINATED GLASS 1 (0.123” = 1/8” = 3mm)
The LAMI + LOW E Mode of the GC3200 meter will allow you to test laminated Low E pieces of glass monolithically,
and also with the laminated Low E glass assembled into a double pane (IG) window. For IG’s, the GC3200 meter
must be placed on the side of the window that contains the laminated low-E glass. The first screen that appears will
show the thickness of the overall laminated piece of glass, the air space, the second pane of glass thickness, and also
the overall thickness of the IG. The laminated piece of glass will be denoted as G1/L1/G2 on the display screens.
Screen 1 and 3 below show this example. Screen 1 is displaying the information in fractions of an inch (STANDARD),
while screen 3 shows the data in decimal inches (ACTUAL).
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Application Examples – Continued
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— Measurement Example Seven — Multi-Laminate Glass
If you are testing a piece of glass that contains more than one laminate inner-layer in a monolithic piece of
glass, then you need to select the MULTI-LAMINATE Mode (see page 3&4). This would include applications
such as bullet resistant glass and fire rated glass. It is very important that the laminated glass you are testing
is clean. Because the laminate inner layers are so thin, any dirt or smudges on the glass can negatively
impact the accuracy of the results, or the ability of the meter to detect the laminate inner layer. Please clean
the glass before you take a measurement.
When testing laminated glass, there are applications where the GC3200 meter will not be able to completely
identify the thickness of the laminate inner layer. When this occurs, the meter may still display the overall
thickness of a laminated section that might include a combination of G1 + L1 + G2. When this occurs, the
meter was not able to cleanly identify the laminate inner layer surfaces. Screen 4 below shows an example of
how this will appear. When this condition occurs, the meter will add one additional screen to the rotation of
results screens. The additional screen is called the ASSUMPTION SCREEN. If the user knows that both
pieces of glass in the laminated piece (that are referenced in the ASSUMPTION SCREEN) are the same
thickness, then the meter will show an assumption screen that presumes G1 = G2. If the user knows that G1
= G2, then the meter will confirm the glass thickness, as well as provide an estimate of the laminate inner
layer thickness. If the user does not know for sure that G1 = G2, then the user should disregard the
assumption screen. In the example to the right, G1 does NOT equal G2, so this assumption screen would not
apply to this application. In this instance the user will only know the actual thickness of the first 2 pieces of
glass and laminate inner-layer. NOTE: If the G1/L1/G2 combination continually appears through multiple
measurements on the same glass, the user should attempt a measurement from the other side of the window
if possible. Screen 4 shows a measurement of the same glass example to the right, only the results are
shown in MM and the meter was not able to identify the first laminate inner-layer thickness as described
above. Screen 4 shows the results rounded to the nearest STANDARD glass thickness while Screen 5
shows the resulst in A
4)
5)
LAMINATED GLASS 4 (G4 = 1/8” = 3mm)
.
LAMINATED GLASS 3 (G3 = 3/16” = 5mm)
3)
2)
LAMINATED GLASS 2 (G2 = 3/16” = 5mm)
1)
LAMI Layer
(.030”)
LAMINATED GLASS 1 (G1 = 1/8” = 3mm)
The first result screen that appears will show the thickness of all the components comprising the window. This
will include each piece of glass and laminate inner layer. For the laminated glass illustration to the right, the
following result screens would occur. Screen 1 shows the results in Fractions of an inch rounded to the
nearest glass thickness standard. Screen 2 shows the actual thickness of the layers in Fractions of an inch.
Screen 3 shows the Low E results screen. Please note, in Multi-laminate Mode the Low E measurement will
typically only allow for a Low E coating to occur on the 1st surface or the last surface of the multi-laminate
glass assembly. In this application, there is no low e coating on Surface 1, and the last surface is too far away
to be measured by the meter, thus the message that appears.
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Glass Surface #
Application Examples – Continued
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— Measurement Example Eight — Multi-Laminate Glass and Multiple Data Screens
LAMINATED GLASS 6 (G6 = 3/32” = 2.5mm)
LAMINATED GLASS 5 (G5 = 3/32” = 2.5mm)
LAMINATED GLASS 4 (G4 = 3/32” = 2.5mm)
LAMINATED GLASS 3 (G3 = 3/32” = 2.5mm)
2)
LAMINATED GLASS 2 (G2 = 3/32” = 2.5mm)
1)
LAMI Layers
LAMINATED GLASS 1 (G1 = 1/4” = 6.0mm)
Here is another example of a MULTI-LAMINATE application. As the number of laminate layers increases,
the likelihood of achieving a complete measurement, with all of the laminate layers defined and
measured, decreases. Also, as the overall thickness of the glass increases, the likelihood of a complete
measurement will also decline. The example to the right is a 6 glass layer, and 5 laminate inner-layer
assembly. The display screen of the GC3200 can only hold a limited number of values simultaneously on
one display. In this example there are too many values for one screen. On Screen 1 you see the first
sets of data. At the end of the data you will notice the word “MORE”. This lets the user know that
additional measurement data is available on the next screen. Screen 2 shows that additional data. You
will notice that the drawing at the bottom of the display is able to include all of the glass and laminate
layers on the screen. Only the data is separated onto two separate screens.
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10 11 12
Glass Surface #
— Measurement Example Nine — Multi-Laminate Glass and “D” Values
3)
LAMINATED GLASS 5 (G5 = 3/16” = 5mm)
LAMINATED GLASS 4 (G4 = 3/16” = 5mm)
LAMINATED GLASS 3 (G3 = 3/8” = 10mm)
LAMINATED GLASS 2 (G2 = 3/8” = 10mm)
For the example to the right, the following measurement result could occur (Screen 3). The GC3200
measured the G1 and L1 values accurately. However when it tested G2 it ran into an error condition, so it
defaulted to the D1 value of 9.5mm. If the user has some knowledge of the construction of the multilaminate assembly, they may know that the 9.5 mm represents a 10mm piece of glass. The D2 value
likely includes a 10mm piece of glass + L2 or L3 thickness. D3 appears to be representing a piece of
glass around 5mm, as well as the D4 value. So while the user may not know the exact values, it may be
possible to piece together the data that the GC3200 provides.
LAMI Layers
LAMINATED GLASS 1 (G1 = 3/16” = 5mm)
As explained previously, as the multi-laminate glass gets more complex, it becomes more difficult for the
GC3200 to provide a complete set of data. The example to the right shows an example such as this.
Even if the meter is NOT able to identify all of the laminate layers, it typically is able to still provide
supporting data that might be helpful to the user. Rather than place an ERROR message on the display,
the GC3200 will attempt to communicate as much data as possible to help you with your application. In
this example, the meter is not able to fully confirm the presence of a laminate inner-layer, so it will NOT
default to the G1 + L1 + G2 algorithm that was explained in previous examples. When the meter is not
able to confirm a laminate inner-layer, the meter will default to showing a “D” dimension that groups at
least one component into the dimension. The “D” dimension could include a variety of component
thickness values in its result. For instance, the “D” dimension could include a single piece of glass (G), or
it could be 1 piece of glass G + a laminate L (G + L). At other times it could include a G + L + G + L
combination. Every application is unique, so the value and meaning of the “D” dimension will also be
unique from application to application. When the meter knows for sure there is a glass or laminate
thickness, it will still show those values as before in the Results. However when the meter encounters an
unknown situation, it will default to the “D” value. Again, the GC3200 will provide as much valid data as it
can with each measurement.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Glass Surface #
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Low-E Detection Capabilities
The electronics that detect the presence of the Low-E coatings are impacted by the surroundings of the meter. This has been explained
elsewhere in the manual by showing proper hand placement on the meter and positioning of the glass when testing. The Low-E detection
circuitry is affected by conductive materials that are detected by the meter. Conductive materials could include the metal spacer in the window
or muntin bars (grid) inside the window itself, just to name a few. Keeping the meter at least 2 inches away from any metal/conductive material
when taking measurements will result in the most accurate Low-E measurements.
Single Pane Windows
The GC3200 will specify if the coating is located on Surface 1 or Surface 2
of a single piece of glass.
GLASS 1
SURFACE 1
SURFACE 2
One additional note regarding Low E detection. If your application contains more than one low e coating in the window, the Glass-Chek ELITE
will only identify the first (nearest) Low E coating that it encounters. Testing from the opposite side of the window would allow you to identify
the other Low E coating in the window. The GC3200 detects the presence and location of low-E coatings on the following applications:
SURFACE 4
SURFACE 2
SURFACE 3
Double Pane Window
Double Pane Window
AIR SPACE 2
GLASS 2
GLASS 1
GLASS 3
SURFACE 5
Triple Pane Window
AIR SPACE 1
GLASS 3
SURFACE 4
AIR SPACE 2
AIR SPACE 1
GLASS 2
SURFACE 2
SURFACE 3
SURFACE 1
GLASS 1
SURFACE 6
AIR SPACE
GLASS 2
SURFACE 1
GLASS 1
GLASS 2
Double Pane Windows
The GC3200 will specify if the coating is located on Surface 1, Surface 2,
Surface 3, OR Surface 3 or 4. If the meter does not specifically identify
Surface 3, you can move to the other side of the window to confirm the low
e surface.
AIR SPACE
GLASS 1
SURFACE 1
SURFACE 2
Single Pane Window
Monolithic
Triple Pane Windows
The GC3200 will specify if the coating is located on Surface 1, Surface 2,
Surface 3, or Surface 3or4. By moving to the other side of the window, the
meter can specify Surface 5 and Surface 6. The GC3200 detects the
presence of low-E coatings on the middle pane of a triple pane unit. It will
either show results of Surface 3, or Surface 3or4. If there are multiple lowE coatings, the GC3200 will only identify the nearest coating.
Triple Pane Window
Identifying the Type of Low-E:
In addition to identifying the location of low-E coatings, the GC3200 determines the type of low-E on your window. The meter will specify it as
“hard coat”(aka pyrolytic or on-line coating) or “soft coat” (aka sputtered or off-line coating). If the Low E is soft coat, the meter will also specify
the number of silver-layers as single, double, or triple, based on the coating’s energy performance. If you happen to know the manufacturer of
the glass, in many cases you can identify the exact type of low-E coating used to make the window. A convenient reference chart is included
with the GC3200 meter, that lists many of the common Low E coatings used in the USA. Here are some examples:
Triple Silver
-Cardinal 366
-PPG SolarBan 70
-Guardian CG 62/27
SOFT COAT (sputtered)
Double Silver
-Cardinal 270 & 272
-PPG SolarBan 60
-AFG TIPS, TIR, & TIAC
-Guardian ClimaGuard 71/38
Single Silver
-Cardinal 180
-PPG Sungate 100 & 400
-Guardian ClimaGuard 75/68
HARD COAT (pyrolytic)
-Pilkington Energy Advantage
-PPG Sungate 500
-AFG Comfort E2
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Helpful Operating Tips & Explanations
1. Thin glass will measure the fastest, while thicker glass such as 1/4” will take longer to measure.
2. The darker the glass, the longer it will take to complete a measurement
3. To speed up measurements, switch the OPERATING MODE to NORMAL GLASS (NO LAMI) if you know there is no laminated glass.
4. If testing dark glass in a window or laminated piece, try to test from the side of the window that contains the clear piece of glass.
5. For a reminder of any Low E Coatings, check the drawing at the bottom of the display as the Low E coated surface #’s will be blinking.
6. Always conduct your measurements in the BOTTOM CENTER of the window.
7. Take multiple measurements to confirm your test results, but always test near the bottom center of the window (either side).
8. If you do not receive a complete set of results when testing laminated glass or multi-laminate, move to the other side and test again.
9. If the window has more than one low e coating, the GC3200 will only identify the first (nearest) coating it encounters.
Explanation of Error Messages
Error Messages:
MEASUREMENT ERROR: 1
CLEAN, MOVE & RETEST
PRESS BUTTON TO TAKE
NEW READING
ENSURE GLASS AND
METER ARE CLEAN.
TEST AGAIN TO VERIFY
READING.
EXCESS LIGHT: MOVE
TO OPPOSITE SIDE
GLASS EXCEEDS LOW-E
RANGE: GLASS IS
TOO THICK
LOW BATTERY
REPLACE SOON
REPLACE BATTERY NOW
GC3200 WILL POWER
DOWN IN:
Explanations:
This error indicates a problem with the measurement. Be sure you are following the guidelines for
the most accurate results outlined on Page 6, and attempt to take the reading again. Make sure the
meter is flat against the glass during the measurement, and do not move the meter during the
course of a measurement.
If the window area under test is excessively dirty or contaminated, the Glass-Chek ELITE may give
improper thickness or low-E results or issue an error message. The window area under test must
be CLEAN as well as the lenses on the back of the meter. Clean the lenses on the back of the
GC3200 with compressed air. Use a lint-free cloth if absolutely necessary to clean smudges,
fingerprints, etc., as shown on Page 6.
The Glass-Chek ELITE uses a laser to measure the thickness of the
glass and air space. The unit may be affected by extremely bright lights
or facing the sun directly. The screen will display this error message if
this condition occurs. Simply move to a different location, go to the
other side of the window, or shade the laser aperture. If the window is
operable you may be able open the window and reach through the
opening to block the incident light from the back side of the meter.
This error message indicates that your application is most likely out of the maximum thickness range
for low-E measurement. See the “Specifications” section on Page 15 of this manual for more details
on the GC3200’s maximum thickness ranges.
Battery and replacement: The GC3200 meter is powered by a 9-volt alkaline battery. When the
battery is starting to get low, an error message will appear that recommends replacing the battery soon.
This gives the user plenty of warning that a battery replacement is needed soon, but the meter will still
function for a period after this initial warning. Once the battery voltage gets below a dangerous level that
could impact the performance of the instrument, an error message appears that tells you to replace the
battery immediately. The instrument will NOT take measurements once it reaches this level.
Please remember to ALWAYS replace the battery with a 9-volt ALKALINE battery.
Troubleshooting Guide
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If you are having difficulty obtaining an accurate measurement, please follow these steps:
1) Be sure you are following the guidelines for most accurate results outlined on Page 5 of this
manual. Make sure you are testing the BOTTOM CENTER of the window.
2) Ensure that the Glass-Chek ELITE is placed flat against the glass surface and that you are testing
at one of the four optimal locations detailed on Page 5. The meter must be used with the surface
opposite the Power button against the window. Using the small end surface of the unit or tilting the
unit away from the surface will give improper results.
3) Clean the glass surface or move to a cleaner area of the glass.
4) Remove dust particles from the two lenses on the back of the Glass-Chek ELITE.
To clean the lenses: WE STRONGLY RECOMMEND USING CLEAN COMPRESSED AIR ONLY TO
CLEAN THE LENSES. However, if there are fingerprints or other smudge marks on the lenses that can
not be removed in any other way, a lint free cloth can be used to wipe off the smudges.
5) If only a partial reading occurs, move to another location on the glass or take a reading from the other
side of the window.
6) Be sure nothing is touching the glass while taking measurements. Placing your hand or any metallic object against the
lite of glass you are testing may cause the Glass-Chek ELITE to yield improper Low E results. Remove your hand or
object. Do not touch any part of the glass with your hand while taking readings.
7) Verify the operating temperature range
8) If measurements seem to take a long time:
The amount of time it takes the GC3200 to complete a measurement will vary by application. This does not mean your
meter is defective, it simply takes varying amounts of time depending on the application. Be sure to hold the meter steady
against the window until the results are displayed. Measurements that will take longer include: Laminated Glass, Thick
Glass, Dark Glass, and Multi-Laminate Glass.
9) For operating in cold temperatures:
a) Keep the unit in a warmer environment until you are ready to take the readings. The meter will record accurate
readings until the point the electronics reach the temperature below the operating range. Depending on the degree of
coldness, this will allow for several readings to be taken.
b) Carry the meter close to your body or in some other manner that will keep the unit near a warmer temperature.
c) When temperature is only slightly below the temperature range, operate the unit several times repeatedly in attempt to
warm up the laser.
9) For operating in hot temperatures:
Keep the unit in a cooler environment until you are ready to take the readings. The meter will record accurate readings
until the point the electronics reach the temperature above the operating range. Depending on the degree of heat, this will
allow for several readings to be taken.
10) DO NOT STORE THE METER IN YOUR VEHICLE. TEMPERATURES INSIDE VEHICLES COMMONLY EXCEED
THE MAXIMUM ALLOWED TEMPERATURE IN SUMMER MONTHS, AND ALSO DROP BELOW MINIMUM ALLOWED
TEMPERATURES IN WINTER MONTHS. CARRY YOUR METER INDOORS EVERY DAY.
Important Safety Consideration:
The GLASS-CHEK family of glass thickness and air space meters use a Class 2M
laser to take its measurements. Do NOT push the power button and point the
instrument laser at a persons’ eyes. Always check the other side of the window
being tested to ensure that no one will be looking directly into the laser.
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Specifications
• Power Source: ................................................
• Physical Dimensions: .....................................
• Weight: ...........................................................
• Maximum Laser Output: .................................
• Laser Wavelength: .........................................
• Storage Temperature: ....................................
• Operating Temperature: .................................
• Display: ..........................................................
• Accuracy: .......................................................
9 volt alkaline battery (NEDA 1604A) only
3.5” x 5.5” x 1.7 inch (89 x 140 x 43mm)
0.75 pounds
<1mW (2M laser product)
650 - 680 nm
+14 to 140 degrees F (-10 to +60 degrees Celsius)
+32 to 104 degrees F (0 to +40 degrees Celsius)
Graphic
Glass:
0.008 inch (0.2mm)
Air Space: 0.012 inch (0.3mm)
This product complies with IEC 60825-1 and FDA regulation 21 CFR 1040.10. The thickness tolerance is calibrated to NIST traceable
standard No. 821/268634-03.
Glass Thickness Range
GLASS 3
GLASS 2
Triple Pane Windows
The GC3200 will display the thickness of each pane of glass, the thickness of each air space, and the
total IG thickness. Depending on the thickness of the glass, the maximum allowable range for the total
IG thickness changes according to the data below:
Glass Thickness Maximum Overall Thickness Range
3/32” or 2.5mm
1.9” or 48mm
5/32” or 4mm
2.0” or 50mm
1/4” or 6mm
2.1” or 53mm
1/2” or 12mm
2.5” or 63mm
Double Pane Windows
The GC3200 will display the thickness of each pane of glass, the thickness of each air
space, and the total IG thickness. Depending on the thickness of the glass, the
maximum thickness range for the total IG thickness changes according to the data
below. **Note** these same dimensions apply when measuring a double pane window
with suspended film.
Glass Thickness Maximum Overall Thickness Range
SINGLE LITE GLASS
GLASS 2
AIR SPACE 2
GLASS 1
AIR SPACE 1
GLASS 1
AIR SPACE 1
• Minimum Glass Thickness Allowed: 0.080 inch or 2.0mm
• Minimum Air Space Allowed: 0.187 inch or 4.7mm
• Glass Thickness Allowed for Low-E readings: up to 0.5 inch or 12.7mm
3/32” or 2.5mm
1.9” or 48mm
1/4” or 6mm
2.0” or 50mm
1/2” or 12mm
2.2” or 55mm
Single Pane Monolithic Glass
The GC3200 will display the thickness
of single pane monolithic glass up to
2.75 inches or 70mm thick.
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Glass Standards Table
When operating the GC3200 in “STANDARD” mode, the glass measurements will be rounded to the nearest standard
thickness according to the table below:
GC3200 Standards - Tolerance Specifications for Flat Glass
Based on the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) Standards
Designation
Glass Tolerance
mm
Traditional
Designation
mm
inches
min
max
min
inches
max
3/32 in. (single)
1/8 in. (double)
5/32 in.
3/16 in.
1/4 in.
5/16 in.
3/8 in.
1/2 in.
2.5
3
4
5
6
8
10
12
0.09
0.12
0.16
0.19
0.23
0.32
0.39
0.50
2.16
2.92
3.78
4.57
5.56
7.42
9.02
11.91
2.57
3.40
4.19
5.05
6.20
8.43
10.31
13.49
0.085
0.115
0.149
0.180
0.219
0.292
0.355
0.469
0.101
0.134
0.165
0.199
0.244
0.332
0.406
0.531
GC3200 Warranty
The manufacturer warrants all models of the GC3200 to be free from defects in material and workmanship under normal use and service as specified within the
operator's manual. The manufacturer shall repair or replace the unit within twelve (12) months from the original date of shipment after the unit is returned to the
manufacturers factory, prepaid by the user, and the unit is disclosed to the manufacturers satisfaction, to be thus defective. This warranty shall not apply to any
unit that has been repaired or altered other than by the manufacturer. The aforementioned provisions do not extend the original warranty period of the unit which
has been repaired or replaced by the manufacturer. Batteries are not covered by warranty.
EDTM, Inc. assumes no liability for the consequential damages of any kind through the use or misuse of the GC3200 product by the purchaser or others. No
other obligations or liabilities are expressed or implied. All damage or liability claims will be limited to an amount equal to the sale price of the GC3200, as
established by EDTM, Inc.
Copyright 2015 Electronic Design to Market, Inc. All rights reserved.
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