Our digital dial indicator with large LCD display makes it easy to read results even in low light conditions. 0-1 inch digital dial indicator is compact and lightweight, easy to carry and use anywhere, ideal for field work as well as laboratory and workshop 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: Can I zero out the digital dial indicator to measure relative changes?
Yes, you can zero out a digital dial indicator to measure relative changes. Zeroing out the indicator allows you to establish a reference point from which to measure changes in the position or dimension of the object you are measuring.
To zero out the digital dial indicator, follow these steps:
- Place the indicator on a flat and stable surface.
Press the "zero" or "reset" button on the indicator to reset the display to zero.
- With the indicator still in the same position, move the measuring tip to the initial position on the object you want to measure and record the reading.
- As you make subsequent measurements, subtract the initial reading from the current reading to determine the relative change.
- Keep in mind that if you move the indicator or change the orientation of the object being measured, you may need to zero out the indicator again to establish a new reference point
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