The digimatic depth gauge has a measuring range of 0-25.4mm , accuracy ±0.02mm, and repeatability of 0.01mm. ATO digital dial indicator is equipped with a data output port for easy transfer of measurement data to a computer or other device.
- Model: ATO-SI-G325
- Range: 0-1 inch (0-25.4mm)
- Resolution: 0.0005 inch (0.01mm)
- Accuracy: ±0.02mm
- Repeatability: 0.01mm
- Sensor: Glass grid displacement sensor
- Display: LCD
- Response Speed: 1.5m/s
- Sleeve Diameter: Metric (ISO/GB): 8mm, Imperial (ANSI): 3/8 inch
- Measuring Rod Movement Speed: 1.5m/S
- Measuring Head: M2.5X0.45 threaded carbide
- Operating Temperature: 0-40°C
- Storage Temperature: -109C-60°C
- Battery: 3V CR2032 button cell: 2000 working hours, 0-5mm Battery: 3V CR1632 button cell
- The digital dial indicator has a large screen that displays the measured values in digital form.
- The digital dial indicator is equipped with a data output for easy transfer of measurement data to a computer or other device.
- The digital dial indicator features a highly sensitive glass sensor for fast and accurate measurements.
- Digimatic indicator with absolute and relative measurement modes.
- Digital dial gauge housing is made of space-aluminium ceramic oxide technology and is durable and scratch-resistant.
- Digital indicators can be converted from metric to imperial in any position.
Dimension: (Unit: mm)
Digital dial indicators are commonly used in the manufacturing industry for precision measurement tasks such as quality control, machine setup, and alignment. They are also used in the automotive industry for measuring engine components, brake rotors, and tire tread depth. Additionally, absolute digimatic indicators are useful in the field of engineering for measuring the deflection or deformation of materials under load.
Tips: How does a digital dial gauge work?
A digital dial gauge, also known as a digital indicator or digital dial indicator, is a type of measuring tool that uses electronic components to provide highly accurate and precise measurements.
The basic operation of a digital dial gauge is similar to that of a mechanical dial gauge. It consists of a probe that makes contact with the surface being measured and a display that shows the measurement value. The difference is that instead of mechanical components, a digital dial gauge uses electronic components to make the measurement and display the result.
Inside the digital dial gauge, there is a linear variable differential transformer (LVDT) or an electronic displacement sensor that converts the linear motion of the probe into an electrical signal. The signal is then processed by an electronic circuit and displayed on a digital readout. The readout can be in metric or imperial units, depending on the user's preference.
electronic dial indicators can have various features, such as zero-setting, data output, and a range of measurement modes. Some models can also store measurement data, allowing users to keep track of their measurements over time.
Overall, a digital dial gauge provides highly accurate and precise measurements that are essential in many industries, including manufacturing, engineering, and scientific research.