Fowler Trimos V3 Electronic Height Gage, 16"/407 mm, 54-192-340-0, 0.00008″/0.002 mm (0.00016″/0.004 mm) Repeatability
- V3 Series 16 inch
- Measures heights, diameters, perpendicularity, center lines, min/max/delta
- High contrast LCD digital readout displays in inches and metric and allows easy reading at anytime with user friendly functions
- Electronically adjustable measuring force 0.75/1.5 (N), cast iron base for optimal stability, RS232 and USB interfaces
- Extremely easy to use, all adjustments possible without tools, supports vast range of accessories
Details: The Fowler 54-192-340 is an electronic height gauge with large, hand-operated feed wheel, a Carbide probe, RS-232 output, a measurement range of 16 inch (407mm), and a high-contrast LCD digital readout with resolution of 0.00005"/0.001mm and 0.00032"/.008mm accuracy. The range with probe inverted of the gauge is 20 inch (508mm). a large, hand-operated feed wheel raises and lowers the gauge on the beam with smooth, even travel. The gauge has direct RS-232 and USB output for data export. The gauge is powered by a built-in rechargeable battery. The gauge comes with a charging unit, a measuring insert with Ruby ball ø4mm, a probe holder elbow ø8mm, a setting gage and a Test certificate of accuracy. The fowler-trimos V vertical measuring instruments have been developed for the most difficult workshop environments. Manufactured in their entirety in Switzerland, they guarantee a robust, precise and reliable product in the long run. They also come with full 5 year warranty on material and workmanship offered by Fowler precision. If you experience any problem contact Fowler directly for warranty claims. Fowler, an American company, manufactures inspection and measurement instruments such as electronic indicators, calipers, bore gages, and digital scales. The company, founded in 1946, is headquartered in Newton, MA. Height gauges, sometimes referred to as gages, are precision measuring instruments that travel on a vertical Column (also called the beam) to measure and/or mark the vertical distance from the base of an object in fine units. The vertical position of the gauge and its attached pointer are changed by turning a calibrated screw, or one or more feed wheels. Recorded rotations are read from a scale, a dial, counters, and/or an electronic display. A screw clamp holds the pointer to the gauge. On compatible units, the scriber may be replaced by an electronic touch-signal probe. Height gauges are typically used in manufacturing, machining, and mechanical engineering.