Mitutoyo 543-576CAL Absolute LCD Digimatic Indicator with calibration, ID-N-Type Body, IP66, #4-48 UNF Thread, 3/8" Stem Dia., 0-0.5" (0-12.7mm) Range, Selectable Resolution, +/-0.00012" (0.003mm) Accuracy, Meets IP66 Specifications
- Calibrated electronic indicator measures 0 to 0.5" (0 to 12.7mm) with selectable resolution and + or - 0.00012" (0.003mm) accuracy, for measuring short, linear distances in harsh workshop conditions
- LCD displays in both inches and metric units, and face can be rotated 180 degrees for taking measurements from different directions
- Body is 35mm wide for use in restricted spaces
- Ingress Protection certified IP66 for protection against dust and water jets
- Includes a Mitutoyo Certificate of Calibration that the tool has been calibrated, and meets the International Organization for Standardization/International Electrotechnical Commission (ISO/IEC) 17025 International Standard for testing and calibration laboratories
The calibrated Mitutoyo 543-576CAL Absolute Digimatic digital indicator gauge, ID-N body, is for measuring short, linear distances in harsh workshop conditions. It has a measurement range of 0 to 0.5" (0 to 12.7mm), a selectable resolution of either 0.00005" (0.001mm) or 0.0005" (0.01mm), and an accuracy of + or – 0.00012" (0.003mm). The LCD displays in both inches and metric units, and can be rotated 180 degrees for taking measurements from different directions. The body is 35mm wide and can be used in locations where space is restricted. This model is Ingress Protection certified IP66 for protection against dust and water jets. Mitutoyo calibrated tools include a Certificate of Calibration that provides evidence that the tool has been calibrated and is within allowable error specifications. Mitutoyo calibrated tools are certified by Mitutoyo's American Association for Laboratory Accreditation-accredited calibration laboratory (A2LA Certificate #750-01) to the International Organization for Standardization/International Electrotechnical Commission (ISO/IEC) 17025 International Standard for testing and calibration laboratories.
This unit has a 3/8" diameter stem and a #4-48 UNF contact point thread mount. An Absolute electrostatic capacitance linear encoder helps prevent overspeed errors for taking accurate measurements. Additional functions include zero set, preset, direction switching, tolerance judgment, hold, and alerts for low voltage, counting value composition error, overflow error, and tolerance limit setting error. This indicator gauge has a measuring force is 2.5 Newtons (N) or less. It has a battery life of approximately 7,000 hours of normal use. This unit comes with an SR-44 battery. This gauge offers serial data output (using optional SPC cables, sold separately), which increases speed and reliability of digital measurement records.
|Range||0 to 0.5" (0 to 12.7mm)|
|Resolution||Selectable: 0.00005" (0.001mm) or 0.0005" (0.01mm)|
|Accuracy||+ or – 0.00012" (0.003mm)|
|Measuring force||2.5N or less|
|Stem||4-48UNF contact point thread mount with 3/8" diameter spindle|
|Face||LCD displays in both inches and metric units, face can be rotated 180 degrees|
|Dimensions||128.5 x 35 x 25mm (H x W x D)|
|Power source||SR-44 battery (included)|
H is height, the vertical distance from the lowest to highest point; W is width, the horizontal distance from left to right; D is depth, the horizontal distance from front to back.
Indicator gauges, also called gages or dial indicators, are precision instruments that measure short linear distances. They are commonly used for detecting deviations from tolerance limits, such as the amount of surface distortion, or runout, on a round or cylindrical workpiece. They have two styles: digital indicator gauges and dial indicator gauges. Digital indicator gauges use an electronic sensor and display measurement through an LCD or other digital display. Dial indicator gauges measure through a spring-loaded plunger driven into its shaft. The pointer on the dial display marks the degree the plunger is depressed, while an additional turn counter may track the number of times the pointer has spun around the dial. For all types of indicator gauges, runout is typically measured when the tip of the plunger (the point) is held perpendicular to the rotating workpiece. Indicator gauges are typically used in manufacturing, machining, and mechanical engineering.
Mitutoyo manufactures precision measuring tools, metrology equipment, and related systems. The company, founded in Tokyo in 1934, formed Mitutoyo America Corporation in 1963 with headquarters in Aurora, IL.
What's in the Box?
- Mitutoyo 543-576CAL indicator gauge
- SR-44 battery
- Certificate of Calibration