Audiovox VOH701 - VOH 701 - LCD Monitor Instruction manual

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Instruction Manual
EG-225
DIGITAL LINEAR GAUGE
*Outer appearance and specifications are subject to change without prior notice.
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MODE
POWER
RESET
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Warranty
1. This product is covered by a warranty for a period of one year from the date of purchase.
2. This warranty covers free-of-charge repair for defects judged to be the responsibility of the manufacturer, i.e., defects occurred while
the product is used under normal operating conditions according to descriptions in this manual and notices on the unit label.
3. For free-of-charge repair, contact either your sales representative or our sales office nearby.
4. The following failures will be handled on a fee basis even during the warranty period.
(a) Failures occurring through misuse, mis-operation, or modification
(b) Failures occurring through mishandling (dropping) or transportation
(c) Failures occurring through natural calamities (fires, earthquakes, flooding, and lightening), environmental disruption, or
abnormal voltage.
* For repairs after the warranty period expired, contact your sales representative or our sales office nearby.
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INTRODUCTION
CAUTION
Your new EG-225 Digital Linear Gauge has passed a strict quality control program.
To ensure that you get the most out of your new instrument, we
strongly recommend that you read and follow this instruction
manual.
The EG-225 Digital Linear Gauge consists of the following parts.
The rubber o-ring mounted on the spindle serves as a
stopper for the spindle. Do not attempt use of the gage
with this o-ring removed, as this can cause failures. When
the spindle’s top point screw is removed (e. g. to mount
the lift lever), always insert the o-ring before reassembling.
The manufacturer cannot be held liable for failures caused
by use with the o-ring removed.
• Main Unit
• Finger Lifter
• PB-701 Power Supply
• Instruction Manual
Top point screw
Spindle
Before using the linear gauge, check that all the required parts
have arrived and, should there be a shortage, contact your sales
representative.
O-ring
Spindle cap
Main body
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Before Using this Gauge
• Before using the EG-225, remove the rubber ring which is used
to hold the spindle in place.
• Over-discharge can occur during shipment.
If the EG-225 is to be used with both battery and AC power,
first charge the battery sufficiently. (The recharging method is
described in Section 4, power supply connection.)
• When using the EG-225 for the first time, press the power switch
and reset switch simultaneously to perform a system reset.
• When the voltage of the internal rechargeable battery falls below a reference level (approx. 4.7V), “B” will appear on the LCD
display. If operation is continued in this condition, when the
voltage falls below approximately 4.6V, “B” will appear on the
LCD display and the power will switch off automatically. In this
condition, if the power is switched on once again, “B” will appear for approximately two seconds and the power will be
switched off once again. If “B” appears, the battery should be
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recharged. (Do this with the power switched off.)
In addition, when the battery is fully discharged, even if the
power is switched on, nothing will appear on the LCD display.
In such case, after charging the battery, press the power switch
simultaneously with the reset switch to perform a system reset
before beginning measurements.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
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2.
3.
4.
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6.
7.
8.
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10.
11.
12.
Page
FEATURES .................................................................................................................... 4
PARTS ........................................................................................................................... 6
FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION ...................................................................................... 7
POWER SUPPLY CONNECTION ............................................................................... 13
DISPLAY DESCRIPTION ............................................................................................ 14
OPERATION DESCRIPTION ...................................................................................... 16
MOUNTING METHOD ................................................................................................. 20
CONNECTION OF THE FINGER LIFTER .................................................................. 21
OPERATING PRECAUTIONS ..................................................................................... 21
SPECIFICATIONS ....................................................................................................... 23
OVERALL VIEW .......................................................................................................... 28
WARRANTY ................................................................................................................ 28
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1. FEATURES
The EG-225 compact digital linear gauge conforms to AGD Group
II mechanical specifications. Its excellent response enables
spindle travel up to 20 in/s (500 mm/s). With a resolution of
0.00005, it is possible to make measurements with a stroke of 1
inch. Three measurement functions (normal, absolute zero, and
preset) are available for selection, depending upon the particular application.
In addition, it features selection of either English or metric readout and has a serial data output.
• Three measurement functions: normal, absolute zero, preset
• A stem, back and body that satisfy AGD Group II specifications make the EG-225 directly interchangeable with existing
mechanical gauges.
Combined with commercially available fixture, the EG-225 can
be used as a depth gauge or snap gauge.
• A linear gauge technique is used to provide a high degree of
ruggedness and highly stable accuracy.
• Selectable English or metric unit.
• Any arbitrary position can be set as the reference point (in the
normal function, this is set at zero, and in the preset function,
this is set at a given value).
• By using a direction switch, it is possible to select the counting
direction. (In the absolute zero function, the direction is fixed
as the direction, and for the preset function, the direction is
fixed as the direction selected for the normal function.)
• Switched mode display of maximum value, minimum value and
range. (In the absolute (ABS) zero function, the MAX., MIN., R
mode function does not operate.)
• Dual power supply enables operation from either an AC line
(using an AC adaptor) or a selfcontained rechargeable battery.
• Can be combined with RQ-2110 Printer to perform data recording and statistical calculations.
• Can be connected to RS-232C devices via the BH-100 Interface Unit, enabling highly efficient SPC processing.
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In addition compatible with all major SPC systems
• Data-Myte
• OS Gage talker
• Verax
• QMS Genesis
• Dataputer
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2. PARTS
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h
i
j
k
l
m
n
l
Power Switch
Reset Switch
Direction Switch
Mode Switch
Inch/mm Switch
LCD Display
Spindle Cap
DC Input Connector Protective Cap
Output Connector Protective Cap
Finger Lifter
Contact Tip
Mounting Lug
Stem
Spindle
DATA OUT
DC IN
i
h
g
f
d
b
in/
mm
e
MODE
POWER
+/-
RESET
c
a
m
k
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n
j
3. FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION
First, we will describe the functions of each part, as used in the
normal basic measurement function. Of the EG-225 parts, the
operation in the absolute zero or preset function will be noted
only when it is different from operation in the normal function.
<Normal function>
a Power Switch
When the power switch is pressed, the EG-225 is powered and
measurement is possible. When this is done, the LCD display
reads “0”.
b Reset Switch
When this reset switch is pressed and then released (within two
seconds), the display value is reset to “0”. When this happens,
the output is “no data” when the reset switch is pressed and the
display is blank, and is “0” when the reset is released and the
display changes to “0”.
When the switch is allowed to return to its original position, “0” is
indicated on the display and the current spindle position is the
zero point.
c Direction Switch
The measured value is incremented or decremented, depending upon the direction of spindle movement.
The counting direction can be selected either to add or subtract
when the spindle is pressed in, depending upon the setting of
the direction switch.
The counting mode is indicated by the or
mark on the display.
: Addition (+ direction) when spindle is pushed in.
: Subtraction (– direction) when spindle is pushed in.
d Mode Switch
Each time the mode switch is pressed within two seconds, the
mode is sequentially changed from the normal measurement
mode to the maximum value, the minimum value display mode,
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then the (R) range (maximum to minimum) display mode, and
finally back to the normal measurement mode.
(1) In the normal measurement mode, the measured value is
continuously displayed.
(2) If the mode switch is pressed one (within two seconds), “MAX”
appears in the display, indicating that the maximum value
display mode has been reached.
In this mode, read-in measured values are continuously compared and the maximum value measured is displayed.
(3) If the mode switch is pressed a second time, (within two seconds), “MIN” appears in the display, indicating that the minimum value has been reached.
In this mode, measured values are continuously compared
and the minimum value measured is displayed.
(4) If the mode switch is pressed a third time (within two seconds), “R” appears in the display, indicating that the range
value display mode has been reached.
In this mode, the maximum and minimum values are internally registered in accordance with the up/down movement
of the spindle, with the range value (maximum-minimum
value) displayed continuously.
(5) If the mode switch is pressed once more (within two seconds), “R” is extinguished from the display and return is made
to the normal measurement mode.
The initial value for the MAX, MIN and R display mode is the
value displayed when a switch is made to the MAX mode
from the normal mode. Once set, the initial value is held until
the reset switch is pressed (within two seconds) and then
released. If it is necessary to set initial value once again,
perform a reset. The previous initial value will then be cancelled and the displayed value when a switch is made from
the normal mode to the MAX mode will be set as the initial
value.
(When a reset is performed, the data output is “no data” when
the reset switch is pressed and the display is blank, and is
“0” when the reset switch is released and the display changes
to “0”.)
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e Inch/mm Switch
h DC Input Connector Protective Cap
This switch selects either “inch” or “mm” as the units for display
of the measured value. The units are alternately selected each
time the switch is pressed. The selected mode is maintained even
when the power is switched off.
The “in” and “mm” annunciators will appear in the display to indicate the selected unit.
Note that it is also possible to press the switch after a measurement has been made to convert the units indicated in the display.
This is the protective cap for the DC input connector. It is removed to enable the plug of the PB-701 power Supply to be
inserted into the connector.
When the PB-701 is not being used, it is always important to
replace this cap to prevent dust entering the unit. For details on
the power supply, refer to Section 4, Power Supply Connection.
f Display
This (LCD) liquid crystal display indicates the measured value
and includes a sign. For details, refer to Section 5 describing the
display.
g Spindle Cap
i Output Connector Protective Cap
This is the protective cap for the output connector. When output
is not required, it is always important to cover the connector with
the protective cap to prevent dust from entering the unit.
A serial output representing the displayed value is available at
this connector. Before making a connection, always switch the
power supply off. For details on the seral output, refer to Section
10, Serial Output Specifications.
By inserting the connector from the RQ-2110 Function Printer
(option) into this connector, it is possible to create a printout of
not only measured values but to perform statistical calculations
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and recording of outputs as well. Using the optional BH-100 Interface Unit, any computer which is equipped with RS-232C interface can be used (with user application software) to perform
such functions as editing and calculation on measured values.
<Absolute Zero and Preset Function>
j Finger Lifter
If the normal function is set, and the RESET switch is pressed
for more than two seconds and released, the display will indicate
“AB”, indicating that the absolute zero function has been selected.
If the RESET switch is pressed once again and released, return
is made to the normal function.
If the switch is pressed further, the absolute zero and normal
functions will be selected alternately.
In the absolute zero function, the RESET switch cannot be used
to set the display value to zero.
k Contact Tip
l Mounting Lug
This lug is used to mount the gauge to a mounting fixture.
m Stem
This stem is grasped and held to mount the gauge to a gauge
stand.
n Spindle
1. Reset switch
<Absolute zero function>
<Preset function>
When this function is selected, the RESET switch has two functions.
(1) If the RESET switch is pressed for less than two seconds
and released, the displayed value in the NORMAL, MAX,
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MIN mode will be the preset value and, in the R mode, the
preset value will be zero.
(2) If the RESET switch is pressed for more than two seconds
and released, return is made to the normal function. After
this, if the switch is pressed further, the absolute zero function will be selected.
3. Mode Switch
<Absolute zero function>
In this function, mode switching is not possible (i.e., it is protected).
<Preset function>
2. Direction Switch
<Absolute zero function>
In this function, the direction cannot be changed. It is fixed as the
direction
<Preset function>
In this function, the direction cannot be changed. It is fixed as the
direction selected in the normal function.
In the normal function, if the MODE switch is pressed for longer
than two seconds, the “P” mark appears in the display and the
preset function is ready for use. In this function, the MODE switch
has two functions.
(1) If the mode switch is pressed for less than two seconds, the
preset mode is reached and the sequence normal → MAX
→ MIN → R is switched through, after which return is made
to the normal mode.
(2) If the mode switch is pressed for more than two seconds,
switch is made to the preset setting procedure. The preset
value setting is also made using this mode switch. For details, refer to Section 6, Preset Setting Procedure.
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4. Inch/mm switch
<Absolute zero function>
In this function, it is not possible to perform inch mm switching.
In this function, the unit is fixed at the position selected in the
normal function.
<Preset function>
In this function, it is not possible to perform inch/mm switching.
In this function, the unit is fixed at the position selected in the
normal function.
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4. POWER SUPPLY CONNECTION
(2) Battery Operation
(1) PB-701 Power Supply
Remove the protective cap from the round connector hole at the
top of the gauge and insert the plug of the PB-701 into this connector. By connecting the PB-701 in this manner, the unit operates from AC line power.
Cord length:5.9ft
Note
1. When the PB-701 is not being
used, always be sure to replace
the protective cap to prevent
dust from entering the gauge.
2. If the self-contained rechargeable battery is completely discharged (i.e., if even the “B” does not appear when power is
switched on), insert the PB-701 plug and charge for approximately 30 seconds. Then perform a system reset to enable
the display and make possible operations from the AC line.
The EG-225 has a self-contained rechargeable battery. In order
to recharge the battery, connect the PB-701 to the EG-225 for
16 hours with the power switch OFF. When used in this fully
charged condition, the battery will give continuous operation for
8 hours.
• When the voltage of the internal rechargeable battery falls
below a refernce level (approx. 4.7V), “B” appears on the display. If operation is continued in this condition, when the voltage falls below approximately 4.6V, “B” will appear on the display and the power will be switched off automatically. In this
event, if the power is switched on once again, “B” will appear
for approximately two seconds and the power will be switched
off once again. If “B” appears, the battery should be recharged
for 16 hours. This should be done with the power switched off.
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5. DISPLAY DESCRIPTION
In addition to the measured value, the display indicates the following types of messages.
in:
This annunciator indicates that inches have been selected
as the measurement unit.
mm: This annunciator indicates that millimeters have been selected as the measurement unit. These annunciators correspond to the setting of the inch/mm switch.
MAX: This indicates the maximum value display.
The displayed value does not change unless a measured
value greater than the displayed value is entered.
MIN: This indicates the minimum value display.
The displayed value does not change unless a measured
value less than the displayed value is entered.
R:
This indicates the range (i.e., difference between maxi-
mum and minimum values).
The MAX, MIN and R modes are selected sequentially by
pressing the mode switch.
E:
This error display indicates that the spindle has been
moved at a speed greater than the allowed limit, a condition causing possible measurement value error.
Because the spindle response speed is up to 500 mm s, a
counting error rarely ever occurs.
Should “E” appear in the display, however, indicating a
counting error, set the power switch to OFF to cancel “E”,
switch power ON and begin measurement once again.
B (B): This indicates that the battery voltage has fallen below a
set limit. When “B” appears in the display, it is time to recharge the battery.
If measurements are continued after “B” appears in the
display, to prevent complete battery discharge, “B” will
appear after a few seconds, approximately two seconds
after which the power will be switched off automatically.
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Switch power ON once again, “B” will appear for approximately two seconds, after which the power will be switched
off automatically.
: This indicates the counting direction.
: Addition (+ direction) when spindle is pushed in.
: Subtraction (– direction) when spindle is pushed in.
+:
This indicates that the measured value is positive. For
negative value, “–” will appear in the display and for a
measured value of 0, no sign is indicated.
AB: This indicates that the absolute zero function has been
selected.
P:
This indicates that the preset function has been selected.
If “P” is flashing, this indicates that the preset setting procedure is in progress.
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6. OPERATION DESCRIPTION
As long as the system reset is not performed, the following three
parameters will be held in memory even with the power switched
off.
1. inch mm selection
2. Preset setting value
3. / direction
When the power is switched ON, the normal function will be selected automatically. This normal function is used as the basis
for switching to the absolute zero function or preset function.
(1) Normal function
The normal function is the basic measurement function. Note
that switching of direction and switching between units (inch/mm)
are possible only in this mode. It is possible to press the reset
switch (for less than two seconds) and release it to set the display value at the time the switch is released to zero. When this is
done, the output is “no data” when the reset switch is pressed
and the display is blank, and is “0” when the reset switch is released and the display changes to “0”.
During measurement, if “E” appears, set the power to OFF to
cancel “E”, switch power ON and begin measurements once
again. Since the spindle response speed is fast (500mm s), the
“E” hardly ever appears.
Each time the mode switch is pressed (for less than two seconds), the sequence NORMAL → MAX → MIN → R will be
switched through. If the R mode is selected, the maximum and
minimum value are internally registered in accordance with the
up/down movement of spindle, with the range value displayed
continuously. The MAX, MIN, R mode initial value is the value
displayed when the MAX mode was switched to from the normal
mode. Once the value is set, it is held in memory as long as the
reset switch is not pressed (for less than two seconds) and released. If the initial value requires resetting, perform a reset operation. When doing this, the previous initial value is cancelled
and the value displayed at the time the maximum mode is selected from the normal mode will be set at the new initial value.
The data output when a reset is performed is “no data” when the
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display is blank, and changes to “0” when the display changes to
“0”.
If “E” appears in the display during a measurement, set the power
to OFF as would be done for the normal measurement mode.
(2) Absolute Zero Function
(3) Preset Function
The spindle position when the power is switched ON is taken at
the absolute zero point, and the absolute zero function keeps
constant track of the displacement from this position, displaying
the difference. To switch from the normal measurement function
to the absolute zero function, press the RESET switch for longer
than two seconds. When this is done, “AB” will appear on the
display, indicating that the absolute zero function has been selected. If the switch is pressed for a longer time, the absolute
zero and normal functions will be selected alternately. In this function counting direction will be limited to the direction. The inch/
mm unit is limited to the unit selected in the normal measurement function. Note that the direction and inch/mm switching are
protected and cannot be changed in this function. The mode
switch becomes inoperative. The RESET switch is only usable to
return to the normal measurement function.
The preset function is used to add a preset offset value to measured values for display.
It is only possible to switch to the preset function from the normal
measurement function. If the mode switch is pressed for longer
than two seconds in the normal measurement function, the “P”
appears in the display, indicating that the preset function has
been selected. Simultaneously with selection of the preset function, the setting value will be displayed (or “0” will be displayed if
the offset value has not been set).
Note that in this function, the direction and inch/mm switching
are protected (i.e., disabled).
The direction and inch/mm system are held at the selections
made in the normal measurement function.
The RESET switch operates to set the displayed value as the
setting value.
Press the RESET switch (for less than two seconds) and re-
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lease it to set the offset value at the instant the switch is released. The preset value setting procedure is noted below (Preset Value Setting Procedure).
If “E” appears during measurement, perform a reset by switching the power off. By pressing the mode switch (for less than two
seconds) it is possible to switch through the sequence NORMAL
→ MAX → MIN → R, after which return is made to the normal
mode.
The MAX, MIN, R mode initial value is the displayed value at the
instant the MAX mode is reached by the normal mode. Once the
initial value has been set, it is held until the RESET switch is
pressed (for less than two seconds) and released. If it is necessary to change the initial value, perform a reset. When doing this
the previous initial value will be cancelled and the displayed value
at the moment the MAX mode is selected from the normal mode
will be set as the new initial value. When the reset is performed,
the data output is “no data” when the RESET button is pressed
and the display is blank, and it changes to “0” when the RESET
is released and the display changes to “0”.
In the MAX, MIN, R mode if the RESET button is pressed (for
less than two seconds) and released, the initial value will be can-
celled and for the MAX or MIN mode the display will change to
the setting value. In the R mode, the display will be reset to “0”.
To return from the preset function to the normal measurement
function, press the RESET switch for longer than two seconds.
<Preset Value Setting Procedure>
If the mode switch is pressed for longer than two seconds in the
preset function, “P” and “+” or “–” will flash on the display, indicating that the preset value setting procedure has been entered.
When this procedure is followed, the measurement units will disappear from the display.
Set the units in the preset function.
The maximum setting value is 6.99995 for inch units and 69.999
for mm units. It is not possible to set values above these limits.
The RESET switch is operative in returning to the preset function. Press the Mode switch for less than two seconds, and the
“+” or “–” should flash alternately. When the desired setting polarity appears, press the MODE switch for longer than two seconds. When this is done, the polarity selected will be set. At the
same time, the flashing point will move sequentially to the right.
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When the digit to be set is flashing, release the mode switch.
At this point, if the MODE switch is pressed for less than two
seconds, each time it is pressed the digit value will change sequentially from 1 through 0 and return to 1. However, if the inch
unit is selected in the preset function, the final digit is limited to a
value of 0 or 5. When the setting of the final digit is completed,
“P” only flashes in the display. When it is necessary to perform
the setting again, press the MODE switch one more time for less
than two seconds.
The flashing position will once again return to “+” or “–”.
If the setting value is OK, press the MODE switch for two seconds or longer and the “P” will stop flashing, the unit will be displayed, and return will be made to the preset function.
Note: When the RQ-2110 set limit data (upper lower limit value)
is being set, this preset value setting procedure is more
important and useful. Thus, even during a setting procedure (i.e. when the display is flashing), the data value can
be transmitted, so that the limit set switch on the RQ-2110
can be pressed to set the limits ON.
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(2) Lug Mounting
7. MOUNTING METHOD
(1) Mounting By Grasping the Stem
The diameter of the stem is 0.375/0.374”, enabling mounting on
either an optional gauge stand (ST-022, ST-044B with option) or
a stand which has been prepared by the user as shown in the
figure below.
0.376/0.375"DIA
Pass a bolt through the lug mounting hole (0.25” diameter) on
the rear cover and tighten securely. When mounting by this
method, if the tightening force is insufficient, the gauge may be
tilted towards the bottom about the ears. Take care that this does
not occur. Use flat and spring washers on both sides as shown in
the figure below.
The lug can be rotated 90° by removing the screws on the rear
cover.
t=0.630"
Tightening screw
Care should be taken not to apply excessive force to the stem.
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8. CONNECTION OF THE FINGER
LIFTER
9. OPERATING PRECAUTIONS
The finger lifter can be inserted between the lift screw and the
spindle by removing the contact tip at the end of the spindle as
shown in the figure below.
(1) When mounting to a fixture, always be sure that the mounting is made so that the direction of spindle movement and
the long direction of the object being measured agree and
that the spindle makes contact at the proper position.
Also, the mounting fixture should have sufficient strength and
exhibit no bending.
Stem
Spindle
Lift Screw
L
L
Finger Lifter
Contact Tip
Direction of spindle
movement should
agree with L direction.
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If, as shown above, the
direction of spindle
movement and direction L
do not agree, error will
occur in measured values.
(2) Replacement of Contact Tip
When replacing the contact tip, hold the spindle firmly using
a rubber band or similar material.
Spindle
Rubber band
(3) Lowering and raising of the spindle should be performed by
the AA-970 accessory finger lifter or the optional AA-971
Top Lifter.
(4) Care should be taken not to TOUCH the spindle with the
hands as dirt on the spindle can impair smooth movement. If
dirt has accumulated on the spindle, wipe it off with a cloth
dampened with alcohol.
(5) If the gauge has not been used for a long period, recharge
the battery and perform a system reset.
(6) Since the gauge is made of high-precision components, avoid
disassembling it or treating it roughly.
(7) After use, remove dirt from the contact tip and spindle, using
a dry soft cloth.
(8) If the outer case becomes soiled, wipe it with a dry soft cloth.
If the core becomes extremely soiled, wipe it with a cloth
slightly dampened with a neutral detegent.
Avoid volatile organic solvents such as thinners, since these
types of liquid may damage the case.
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10. SPECIFICATIONS
Measuring range ................... 1 in. (25.4mm)
Resolution ............................. 0.00005 in. (1µm)
Accuracy at 68°F (20°C) ....... 0.00012 in. (3µm)
Response Speed .................. 20 in/s (500 mm/s)
Display .................................. 6 digit LCD with sign
Measuring Force ................... 0.33 lb [1.47N (150gf)]
Power supply ......................... AC adaptor (100/120/220/240 V)
or selfcontained rechargeable battery (continuous operation for 8
hours on full charge)
Operating temperature .......... 41° to 104°F (5° to 40°C)
Mass ..................................... 6.3 oz (180g)
Serial output specifications ... Refer to serial output specifications.
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SERIAL OUTPUT SIGNAL SPECIFICATIONS
2. Output signal Electrical Characteristics
1. Connector Pin Arrangement
All signals are output CMOS devices (1 LSTTL load drive capacity).
HIGH ........ VOH>4.OV(VCC=4.5V, IOH=–10µA)
LOW ......... VOH<0.4V(VCC=4.5V, IOL=1.8mA)
AA-963B Connection Cable
Linear Gauge
RQ-2110
33k
Connector Type: 60-8283-3058-15001
(Female connectors on both sides of AA-963B cable)
008283-0511-00000 (Male connectors on linear gauge & RQ2110)
Manufacturer: Elco (Japan)
PIN NUMBER
1
2
OUTPUT SIGNAL
SIGNAL COMMON CLOCK
3
4
5
DATA
RESET
MODE
2SC1843
33k
Linear Gauge
3. Output Signal Description
(1) Signal Common: Common line for all signal lines
(2) Clock: Timing clock for the four bits of data (refer to the timing diagram).
Frequency: Approx 125KHZ
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(3) Data: As shown in the table below, data consists of 12 steps which represents one value, each step consisting of four bits, output
in the sequence 23 → 20.
Step
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Name
FH
EH
105 digit data
104 digit data
103 digit data
102 digit data
101 digit data
100 digit data
Decimal Point
Sign
23
1
1
23
23
23
23
23
23
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
22
1
1
22
22
22
22
22
22
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
21
1
1
21
21
21
21
21
21
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
20
1
0
20
20
20
20
20
20
0
1
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Description
Step 1 is indicated by FH
EH indicates that the next value is the 6th
6th digit (105) of linear gauge LCD is output
5th digit (104) of linear gauge LCD is output
4th digit (103) of linear gauge LCD is output
3rd digit (102) of linear gauge LCD is output
2nd digit (101) of linear gauge LCD is output
1st digit (100) of linear gauge LCD is output
1 2 3 4 5 6.
1 2 3 4 5.6
1 2 3 4.5 6
1 2 3.4 5 6
1 2.3 4 5 6
1.2 3 4 5 6
.1 2 3 4 5 6
“+” sign
“–” sign
Step
10
11
12
Name
Unit
Not use
MAX
MIN
END
23
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
22
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
X
21
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
20
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
Max.
0
0
0
Min.
0
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Description
No Unit
m/s
inch/s
rps
rpm
inch
mm
Not used
High for maximum display
High for minimum display
End of output of one value
(4) RESET: Reset function can be externally controlled by
inputing a low-level signal to the output connector pin No.4.
4. Timing Diagram
5V
0V
5V
0V
V OH
V OL
Min 30 ms
RESET button ON
CK1 CK2 CK3 CK4
CK1 CK2 CK3 CK4
CK1 CK2 CK3 CK4
Step 1
(5) MODE: Mode function can be externally controled by inputing
a low-level signal to the output connector pin No.5.
V OH
V OL
Min 30 ms
MODE button ON
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Step 12
data (Approx 1.6ms)
11. OVERALL VIEW
1.988
CORD LENGTH:5.9ft
DATA OUT
1.299
0.750
DC IN
0.394DIA.
0.256
1.614
2.362
2.5
1.378
0.413
WITH FINGER LIFT
1.122
1.122
0.197DIA.
0.827
0.375DIA.
1.063
0.785
0.624
1.785
0.039
0.25
+/-
3.262
RESET
0.098
MODE
0.250
1.313
2.165DIA.
in/
mm
POWER
0.
25
DI
A.
2.047DIA.
AC ADAPTER FPB-701
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中綴じ
Instruction Manual
EG-225
DIGITAL LINEAR GAUGE
*Outer appearance and specifications are subject to change without prior notice.
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