Highly Accurate Digital Indicators Hold Up in Hostile Shop Environments

The L.S. Starrett Company has introduced a new line of full-featured Electronic Digital Indicators, an enhanced version of its 2900 series.

The new Indicators, including 2900 electronic and W2900 electronic wireless models, are made in the U.S.A. They feature true absolute sensor technology that minimizes the chance of data loss, glass scales, high accuracy to ±.00005" and IP67 protection from hostile shop environments including coolant, chips and dirt.

The indicators are also now available in fully wireless models, a newly designed 4" (100 mm) inch range model, and all indicators feature rechargeable batteries.

"Our new line of over 40 new electronic indicator models provides the utmost in features, accuracy and reliability with true absolute sensor technology," said Tim Cucchi, Starrett Product Manager -- Precision Hand Tools.

Starrett 2900 and W2900 Indicators offer users a choice of features from basic to advanced or selectable resolution, and all models feature data output for statistical process control (SPC).

The indicators have an intuitive design and layout that is easy to learn and use, in addition to positive, tactile-feel button activation and a large, easy to read LCD display. Selectable resolution models, fixed ratio measurement systems, one micron resolution and metric-only versions are also available. Models feature long battery life, but are also rechargeable, have origin set and zero set, counting direction switching (±), true absolute sensor technology in 2900-1 and 2900-6 models, are compatible with 25 series indicator backs, and all indicators are CE compliant.

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