8/24/2017

Micromar 40 EWRi Micrometer Simplifies Measuring

Originally titled 'Micrometer Simplifies Measuring'
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Mahr Inc.’s Micromar 40 EWRi transfers measurement data to an i-Stick on a computer without any interfering data cables, and MarCom software makes data acquisition simple. 

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Mahr Inc.’s Micromar 40 EWRi is the latest addition to its integrated wireless family of products, including digital calipers, indicators and depth gages. Measurement data is transferred to an i-Stick on a computer without any interfering data cables, and MarCom software makes data acquisition simple, the company says. Measuring data can be transmitted directly into MS Excel or via a keyboard code into any Windows program or existing SPC application.

According to the company, the reference system in the 40 EWRi makes handling the micrometer very simple since the zero position is set only once. This setting remains stored for all further measurements. Also, a hold function (digital lock) allows measured values to be frozen.

The micrometer is equipped with an inductive measuring system and Class IP65 protection against dust, coolants and lubricants, the company says.

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