Digital Indicators

The µMaxum II line of digital indicators offers a range of new features including Dynamic Max, Min, TIR; two point difference measurement; multiplier factor for ratio measurements; indicator serial number identification; resolution to 10 microinch; selectable continuous output; and long battery life.

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The µMaxum II line of digital indicators offers a range of new features including Dynamic Max, Min, TIR; two point difference measurement; multiplier factor for ratio measurements; indicator serial number identification; resolution to 10 microinch; selectable continuous output; and long battery life.
 
Resolution is selectable in increments from 0.001” (0.02 mm) down to 0.00001” (0.0002 mm) to accommodate differing application requirements.
 
Two point difference measurement allows comparison of different readings or calculation of measured values. The addition of multiple factors for ratio measurements allows chordal-type measurements, useful for making ID/OD measurements using a V plate, or for gage fixtures using lever-type, non-direct contacts.
 
Data output with indicator serial number identification can be used to improve ISO tracking, where a number of indicators are networked on a production line or to identify which gages need to be pulled for recalibration.
 
Other useful features include normal/reverse Sensing; a high resolution digital output with analog bar graph or go/no-go display; selectable MarConnect data output via USB, OPTO ES232C, or Digimatic; application of unilateral tolerances; and an auto power-down feature, which conserves power and helps ensure long life from readily available commercial batteries.
 
These digital indicators are available in two models—-the µMaxum II and the µMaxum II XL. The XL provides longer measuring ranges. Weighing 6 oz., all of these units are lightweight and built to withstand hard use. The gasketed case, crystal and stem assemblies resist fluid contamination.

  

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