Micrometer Controller features Easy Operation and Quick Inspection
A simple, interactive menu is used for set-up. The special remote control console (supplied) further improves the ease of operation.
All necessary interfaces are included: RS-232C output, BCD 2-channel output, I/O 2-channel input/output, and analogue 2-channel output. There is no need to add optional interfaces at an extra cost.
The measuring head incorporates a CMOS monitor camera to capture a real-time image of a target. The measurement condition can then be checked on the LCD monitor. The target viewer function allows for easy alignment of the optical axis to the desired measurement point even if the target has a complicated shape or is very small. The measuring area for the current measurement mode is displayed in real time.
The compact controller measuring only one-quarter of conventional models allows connection of two sets of scanning heads. This enables simultaneous measurement and comparison. Various interfaces are also featured, including RS-232C input/output, 2 channel BCD output, 2 channel I/O, and 2 channel analogue output.
The extra-large LED offers the industry's largest characters of 20.3 mm 0.8" in height. The displayed values can be seen clearly, even from a distance or in the dark. The characters on the LED display for the tolerance setting are also as large as 9.9 mm 0.38" high to prevent setting errors.
The LS-7001 is designed for easy factory operation. The tolerances, which are changed frequently, are set using digital up/down buttons.
The controller starts synchronization automatically and performs predefined measurement when a target enters the optical axis.
This function ignores abnormal values exceeding a preset value to prevent malfunctions caused by dust or other irrelevant factors.
The controller is complete with 24 types of computation functions that make the most of the 2-head and 2-channel output.
The measured value can be reset to “0” by using a master target, or it can be set to a reference value for master adjustment.
This function makes it possible to calibrate measuring values using actual reference targets or to calibrate values theoretically.
Up to 16 programs including the measuring area and tolerance can be stored in the memory for each target.