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Starrett: State-of-the-Art Electronic Indicators
Force measurement indicator.
Athol, MA — L.S. Starrett Company has introduced its new 2900 family of electronic force measurement system indicators. All models have exclusive company technology that minimizes the chance of data loss, a robust design with IP67 protection and include an output port. They are offered in a variety of models with options including selectable resolution to one micron, metric only versions and three feature levels to meet specific user requirements.
According to the company, the new 2900 Series indicators have True Absolute Sensor Technology so the indicator will retain its position and zero set point when a battery is replaced, and will not fail due to over-speed operation.
The 2900 family includes seven models to meet individual user requirements. Basic Level versions provide origin/zero set, counting direction switching capability and inch/metric selection (except on metric-only models) with an intuitive three-button control.
The Standard Level adds Limit Set, Value Preset, Reading Hold, Feature Lock and available Selectable Resolution with a six-button control. The Advanced Level adds a powerful MAX/MIN/Value Runout Holding function. All levels are available as metric-only.
The IP67 level of protection against dirt, dust, water and coolant is better or equal to that of any indicator available. The standard output port meets the growing requirement that inspection data be collected and recorded. The overall design, accuracy and robust build quality makes these indicators a valuable addition to both the inspection lab and shop floor.
Contact: L.S. Starrett Company, 121 Crescent St., Athol, MA 01331
978-249-3551 fax: 978-249-8495 Web:
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