Gauge Interface System
Interface to Mitutoyo and Mitutoyo-compatible Gauges
Bring SPC inspection and
audit capability to the machine shop or manufacturing floor. QC
(Quality Control) becomes another Machine Tool in your arsenal.
- Connect to virtually any Mitutoyo
Digimatic or Mitutoyo compatible gauge - such as Mahr Federal
and VersaGage. Connect to the Mitutoyo Digimatic SPC interface with
the standard Mituotoyo SPC cable
- Connect to different types of gauges -
such as: Digital Dial Indicator, Caliper, Micrometer, Bore Gauge,
Height Gauge, Depth Gauge, Torque meter, etc.
- Does not require batteries. The
DataGet adapter is powered entirely from the USB connector, and uses
extremely low amounts of power. The gauge interface circuitry
uses components designed for handheld/mobile applications, and will
not drain your laptop's battery.
- Intelligent interface - manages
signals to and from the gauge, and translates BCD data from the gauge
for use by the PC/Laptop software.
- Works with the standard Mitutoyo cable
for your gauge. Uses a standard USB interface cable. No
additional adapters required.
- Use multiple adapters to attach
multiple gauges. Map specific variables to specific
adapters/gauges, or accept input from any attached gauge without worry
of data collisions. Mix different gauge types - such as Calipers
and Depth gauge. Mix English and Metric gauges, the software
automatically converts. Easily configure your system for
specific jobs. Makes sure that your measurements are taken with the
- Data reading can be triggered from the
PC/Laptop. Works with any USB or PS/2 footswitch that simulates
- Together with the DataGet software,
turns your PC, Laptop or Tablet (or Origami) computer into a
sophisticated SPC Data Collection system. Automates your
- This is a complete data collection
system. No custom programming is required. No yearly costs.
DataGet USB without risk - if not fully satisfied, return within 30 days,
no restocking charge (if you paid by credit card, your purchase price will
may not be compatible with some Mahr Federal indicators.
2006, Baxter Codeworks