Gaging amplifier takes up it eight inputs

June 16, 2005
A series of multiaxis-gaging amplifiers accepts up to eight probe and gaging inputs.

It provides numerous math calculations and readout versatility. The 776 Gage Chek Series is easy to use because the units combine straightforward go/no-go hard gaging functions with the powerful capabilities of a microprocessor. The series is "user friendly" due to its intuitive visual display, helpful audio cues, and user-defined formulas. In addition, the microprocessor makes possible dynamic min/max measurements, SPC analysis from an integrated database, and connectivity to PCs.

L.S. Starrett Co.
121 Crescent St.
Athol, MA 01331
(978) 249-3551

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