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Infrared probe

Feb. 1, 2010
The TS 642 touch probe features a mechanical activation microswitch in the taper shank for applications that don't permit infrared activation

The TS 642 touch probe features a mechanical activation microswitch in the taper shank for applications that don't permit infrared activation.

Features & benefits

  • Allows activation once the probe is inserted in its spindle; removal shuts off probe

  • Flexible protocol capabilities allow for easy interface to third-party controls in retrofit applications; integrated blower jets clean the measuring point with coolant or compressed air

  • A set of lithium batteries offers 800 hr of continuous duty; alkaline or rechargeable batteries may also be used

  • 7-m transmission range

Heidenhain Corp.
(847) 490-1191
www.heidenhain.com

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