Bestech releases optical micrometer with HTML5 user interface

Bestech Australia introduces a new enhancement in the optoCONTROL 2520
high performance, self-contained laser micrometers launched in April 2014. The optical
micrometer has been made more user-friendly with the web interface now running
on HTML5 instead of Java, improving stability and reliability.

The optoCONTROL 2520 compact laser micrometers with integrated
controller and many programmable functions deliver high precision, a 46mm
measuring range, and a maximum transmitter/receiver distance of up to 2m.

With the optoCONTROL 2520 now running on HTML5, the unique web browser
interface for configuration and setup does not require the installation of any
additional software. The cross-device sensor operates reliably enabling the
user to run it from a smartphone.

Key features include a measurement chart displaying limit values;
various averaging and filter methods, as well as statistics features provided; ability
to measure and output up to 8 segments simultaneously; and display allowing Metric
(mm) to Imperial (inch) measurement units switch.

The optoCONTROL 2520 is used for counting and measurement of IC pins and
gaps, with the smallest object diameter detectable being 0.5mm. Data output is
performed via RS422, Ethernet or EtherCAT interfaces. A video signal diagram is
used for easy alignment and setup of measurements.

The HTML5 version of the optoCONTROL 2520 can be purchased from Bestech
Australia.

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