Multi-Axis Amplifiers

The L. S. Starrett Company’s multi-axis gaging amplifiers accept up to eight probe/gaging inputs and provide numerous math calculations and readout versatility.

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The L.S. Starrett Company’s multi-axis gaging amplifiers accept up to eight probe/gaging inputs and provide numerous math calculations and readout versatility.  Called the 776 Gage-Chek series, the amplifiers combine go/no-go hard gaging functions with the capabilities of a microprocessor.

The microprocessor enables minimum/maximum measurements, SPC analysis from an integrated database and connectivity to PCs.

The amplifiers offer a large (4 ¾” x 3 ½”) color flat-panel LCD screen that is built into a compact case with an adjustable tilt base and gage valve views in real time, including pass/fail data for critical part dimensions or Statistical Process Control charts and histograms. It also supports one-, four- or eight-input channels that can be mathematically combined to display dimensions such as flatness, volume or runout. Input channels can be used to obtain numerous measurements such as maximum, minimum, TIR and more for on-the-spot part analysis. There are more than 40 math and trigonometric functions and operands available. Up to 16 separate values can be output from these formulas, based on single input channels or combinations and comparisons of multiple channels.