The 0.2" digital micrometer has a high sensitivity glass scale sensor, it has a resolution of 0.0005 and measures quickly and accurately with absolute and relative measurement function modes. ATO high quality digital micrometer is ideal for use in workshop set-up and calibration applications.
Extra large screen with clear display
- 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.
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.
Q1: What is a digital dial indicator?
A1: A digital dial indicator is a precision measuring tool that is used to measure the distance or movement of an object with a high level of accuracy. It is a modern version of the traditional dial indicator that features an electronic display for easy and accurate reading.
Q2: How do I use a digital dial indicator?
A2: To use a digital dial indicator, first attach the probe to the object you want to measure. Then, turn on the device and zero the display by pressing the "zero" button. Finally, take your measurement by moving the object and observing the display.
Q3: How accurate is a digital dial indicator?
A3: The accuracy of a digital dial indicator can vary depending on the model and manufacturer. However, most modern digital dial indicators are designed to provide accuracy within 0.001 inches or 0.02 millimeters. It is important to calibrate the device regularly to ensure the highest level of accuracy.
Tips: How do I change the batteries in a digital dial indicator?
To change the batteries in a digital dial indicator, follow these general steps:
- Identify the type of battery required for your digital dial indicator. This information is typically provided in the user manual or on the back of the device.
- Locate the battery compartment on the back of the digital dial indicator. It may be secured with a screw or a latch.
- Use a screwdriver or your fingers to remove the screw or open the latch.
- Carefully remove the old batteries from the compartment and dispose of them properly.
- Insert the new batteries into the compartment, ensuring that they are inserted in the correct orientation as indicated by the markings inside the compartment.
- Close the battery compartment and secure it with the screw or latch.
- Turn on the digital dial indicator to check that the new batteries are working properly.
- It is important to handle batteries properly and dispose of them safely. Make sure to recycle or dispose of old batteries in accordance with your local regulations.
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