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Laser Micrometer Interface streamlines setup and operation.
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December 30, 2013 - NetLinc™ interface streamlines setup by enabling transmission of measurement data viastandard Ethernet cable. While one end plugs into any PC, laptop, or all-in-one box running Total Vu™ software, other end plugs into NetLinc micrometer's Ethernet port. Solution can also connectmicrometer to plant networks tostream data toTotal Vu PC via standard Ethernet TCP/IP. Connections are available for encoder and digital input, and external NetLinc interface box measures 6.7 x 2.5 x 8.7 in.
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Laserlinc, Inc.
777 Zapata Dr.
Fairborn, OH, 45324

NetLinc(TM) Laser Micrometer Interface Streamlines Setup and Operation

Fairborn, Ohio– LaserLinc has developed the NetLinc™ laser micrometer interface. The NetLinc interface streamlines the setup process by enabling transmission of measurement data via a standard Ethernet cable.

Simply plug one end of the cable into any PC, laptop, or all-in-one box running Total Vu™ software, and the other into the NetLinc micrometer’s Ethernet port. The NetLinc interface can also connect a micrometer to plant networks, streaming the data to a Total Vu PC via standard Ethernet TCP/IP.

Connectivity of the NetLinc interface is incorporated directly into most LaserLinc micrometers. To use the NetLinc interface with existing LaserLinc micrometers, you can add an external box.

One micrometer per external Netlinc interface.

With a network switch for extra Ethernet ports, add multiple boxes to a PC.

Connections available for encoder and digital input.

Provides cost-effective and flexible connectivity.

LaserLinc is the preeminent manufacturer of accurate and adaptable non-contact laser and ultrasonic systems for OD, ID, wall thickness, eccentricity, and concentricity across many industries including wire, cable, medical and other tubing, hose, pipe and fiber. LaserLinc’s systems can provide a time-to-payoff in a few months, by reducing scrap and waste, shortening startup times, ensuring product quality, and through process improvement and optimization.

LaserLinc’s TLAser230™ laser scan micrometer with internal NetLinc™ laser micrometer interface (left) and external NetLinc interface box showing connector panel (right). NetLinc interface box as shown is not to scale. The external box measures 6.7" (172mm) wide x 2.5" (64mm) high x 8.7" (221mm) deep; dimensions for the internal NetLinc interface varies for the micrometer inside which it is mounted.

For more information about any of the products and features listed here, or for high resolution images suitable for print, please email Robert Wexler or call: 937 • 318 • 2440 or, toll-free: 888 • 707 • 4852.

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