Press Release Summary:
Utilizing linear glass scale technology, Model GS-1613 measures dimensions, thickness, curvature, eccentricity, displacement, height, and flatness, as well as variation, run out, roundness, distortion, deflection, and position. It offers measuring range of 13 mm, and includes waterproof seal and dust bellow, enabling use in harsh environments. Attached 6 ft signal cable can be directly connected to remote displays with various outputs.
Original Press Release:
New! Thin Compact Sensor
September 1, 2005 Addison, IL Ono Sokki Technology, Inc. introduces their model GS-1613 linear gauge sensor.
The GS-1613 is a compact and lightweight digital linear gauge sensor that can easily be installed in current production equipment and existing fixtures.
This gage was designed to measure dimensions, thickness, curvature, eccentricity, displacement, height, depth, flatness, variation, runnout, roundness, distortion, deflection, and position.
This gage sensor uses the proven linear glass scale technology. The main advantage of this principle is that you can maintain high consistent accuracy throughout its entire range.
The GS-1613 produces highly accurate measurements to 0.00004", and though out it's full 13 mm measuring range.
To add to this sensor's ruggedness, a waterproof seal was added to make it (resistance equivalent to IP-64). Also a dust bellow is provided for extra protection to enable accurate measurements in a harsher environment. Endurance testing shows this sensor may be used beyond 5 million strokes. Automated measurement is also possible by attaching an optional air lifter.
The GS-1613 comes equipped with an attached 6 foot signal cable that can be directly connected to an array of remote displays with various outputs. The outputs are not only compatible with PCs, but with virtually all the major SPC data acquisition systems on today's market. If you require more than the standard six-foot cable length, you may easily add on extension cables up to 100 feet.
For more information, please contact:
Kenneth S. Ujiiye