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Precise and Intuitive Height Gauge Range Provides Measured Touch

Mahr has introduced its new Digimar 817 CLT height measuring device offering touch operation, ergonomic handling and a wide range of evaluation options: Available in three measuring ranges: 350 mm, 600 mm and 1,000 mm the Digimar 817 CLT offers multiple logging and data transfer options make measurement data processing easy.

The incorporated swivel touch display ensures that the new Digimar 817 CLT can be operated as comfortably as a tablet: Large buttons, clearly structured menus, and self-explanatory icons enable fast, fluid processes and thus accelerate the measuring procedure. Side function keys and a thumbwheel allow the measuring carriage to be conveniently positioned and measurements to be started directly. Handles on both sides and the integrated air bearing guarantee that the device can be moved precisely and effortlessly on the measuring plate.

Sophisticated Ergonomics

With simple sliding and scrolling, the touchscreen works like those of smartphones and tablets. Already on the display, the keys are arranged so that frequently used functions are particularly easy to access. Measurements can be started conveniently via the touch display, the thumbwheel with integrated arrow keys or manually on the measuring slide via quick mode. Two pushbuttons for operating the air bearings are integrated into the handle and enable safe and sensitive guidance of the instrument for left- and right-handed users. The touch display is always at eye level with the user, whether sitting or standing, and can be rotated or tilted as desired.

Saving Data Conveniently

The Mahr Digimar 817 CLT provides a variety of interfaces for saving measurement data. Data transfer is possible both wirelessly and by cable via the proven MarConnect duplex interface. It also allows the transmission of a measuring device ID to ensure the traceability of all measurement results. For measurement reports, users can choose between complete representations in PDF format, sending individual measured values to a PC, Bluetooth printer or saving as a TXT file.

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