Press Release Summary:
GageMaster consists of re-configurable, multi-channel system for measuring displacement, vibration, thickness, high-speed motion, and spindle error motions. It includes 2 built-in channels that use capacitive/inductive sensors and 2 analog inputs for any sensor with voltage output. Signals may be combined mathematically. Unit is also equipped with color TFT touchscreen interface, up to 6 Âµm RMS resolution, range of 100-1000 Âµm, and 6 preset configurations.
Original Press Release:
GageMaster Advanced Measurement System Uses Multiple Sensor Technologies
St. Paul, MN USA, April 16, 2003
The GageMaster is a complete, easily re-configurable multi-channel system for measuring displacement, vibration, thickness, high-speed motion, spindle error motions and more. It includes two built-in channels using capacitive and/or inductive sensors. Added to this are two analog inputs for any sensor that has a voltage output. These four signals can be combined mathematically and can include peak capture and TIR readings. Complex measurements can be achieved using differing sensor technologies without having to process voltages through an external computer program. Six preset configurations are easily selectable and three user defined configurations can be created and saved. The system includes a color TFT touchscreen display, small thermal printer and an attached accessory pouch that holds the printer, sensors, manual etc. Visit the GageMaster Advanced Measurement System website at gagemasterams.com for more information. The GageMaster has been used as a single unit solution for basic displacement measurement, two probe thickness measurement, running step height measurement and complex measurements like multi-sensor type film thickness measurement.
Color TFT touchscreen interface
Two built-in sensor channels (capacitive or inductive)
Up to 6µm RMS resolution
Ranges from 100 to 1000µm
Two fully configurable channels of analog voltage input from other sensors Mathematical combination of all four signals including Sum, Difference, TIR, Max, Min Six preset and three user defined configurations Two sets of tolerance limits Digital "Out of Tolerance" outputs Several display configurations including strip chart for production monitoring Integral Thermal Printer and Accessories pouch PC serial interface for transfer of configurations and measurement data
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