1/3/2011

Micrometer Line Offers Measuring Capabilities

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The L.S. Starrett Company says its 795 and 796 Series electronic micrometers now offer measuring capabilities from 0” to 4" (0 to 125 mm).

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The L.S. Starrett Company says its 795 and 796 Series electronic micrometers now offer measuring capabilities from 0” to 4" (0 to 125 mm). Both micrometers feature an IP67 level of protection against coolant, water, chips, dirt, dust and other contaminants found in hostile shop environments. While these full-featured electronic micrometers share the exact features and specifications, the 795 includes an RS232 output port for data transmission. The 796 does not offer a data output capability.

The RS232 outlet port allows users to output data to Starrett SPC Plus hardware and software, as well as to PCs.

Both electronic micrometers include large, easy-to-read (0.275"/ 7-mm), high-contrast LCD digital readout; a balanced, tapered frame for comfortable and accurate measuring; no-glare satin chrome finish on the thimble and sleeve, and two 3-volt batteries for more than a year of normal usage, the company says.
 

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