Gastager Feld 11, D-83313 Siegsdorf

MX200 readout solution

A simple and innovative readout solution for today’s metrology marketplace. Combining a familiar user experience with current touchscreen conventions, the Mx200 readout can quickly be integrated into your process while being accessible to a wide range of users.

Supporting Keypad and Touchscreen control.

Print a report to PDF or through USB, Wifi or Bluetooth. Send values to RS232, as a csv/tsv file to a thumb drive or optionally by MxLink to a Wifi-connected PC.

Ideal for Optical Comparators, Measuring Microscopes, or any Metrology device requiring encoder supported
measurement.

Features
  • Optical Edge and Crosshair Probes
  • Geometric Tolerancing and Part Programming
  • Print report to PDF or USB/Wifi/Bluetooth connected printer
  • Send values to RS232 or file on thumbdrive
  • Export data to Wifi connected PC using the optional MxLink application

  • Measuring Machine Integration
  • Robust and shop hardened digital readout
  • Support for All Current “Industry Standard” Software Stage Calibration Methodologies
Features and Constructions

Supporting industry standard feature measurement and popular construction types. Toggle feature construction sub-types quickly with the change feature type button.

  • Intersections
  • Bolt Circle
  • Farthest Distance
  • Perpendicular Lines
  • Mid/Center Point
  • Shortest Distance
  • Angle Compliments
  • Gage Circle/Line
  • End Point Tangent Line
Mx200 SpecifiCation

Display: 7″ Color 1024 X 600 LCD, with an LED backlit capacitive touch screen.
Power: Power supply(included): 100-240VAC, 50/60Hz, 0.8A. Power Input to Mx200: 12V
Agency Approvals: CE
DRO Dimensions: 286mm wide x 51mm deep x 162 mm high
DRO Baseplate Dimensions: 120mm wide x 125mm deep x
9.5mm high

Mounting Options

OEM mount: Two Riser Blocks providing up to 4 distinct viewing angles, using (2) M6 threaded holes, spaced 38mm.
RAM ball mount: One Riser Block with 1.5” RAM Ball.
Base plate: Base Plate with two Riser Blocks providing up to 4 distinct viewing angles from the base.

Questions?