10/2/2017

Mahr Micrometer Takes and Transmits Measuring Data

Originally titled 'Micrometer Takes and Transmits Measuring Data'
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Mahr Inc.’s Micromar 40 EWRi digital micrometer takes measuring data and transmits it directly into MS Excel or via a keyboard code into any Windows program or existing SPC application.

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Mahr Inc.’s Micromar 40 EWRi digital micrometer transfers measurement data to an i-Stick on a computer without any interfering data cables, and MarCom software makes data acquisition simple. According to the company, measuring data is taken and transmitted directly into MS Excel or via a keyboard code into any Windows program or existing SPC application.

The Micromar 40 EWRi is the first digital micrometer with large 10-mm digits on a high contrast digital display, the company says.

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