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July, 2020


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HEIDENHAIN Intros Ruggedized Metrology System


Schaumburg, IL —With its rugged industrial design, HEIDENHAIN’s new shop-floor-hardened GAGE- CHEK 2000 evaluation electronics box is now avail- able. Offered as a plug-and-play embedded system along with HEIDENHAIN-brand encoders, including length gauges, the new metrology unit provides reli- able basic measurement of 1D values. The GAGE- CHEK 2000 is well-suited for positioning tasks in many applications, from typical measuring rooms to a harsh production environment. Built on HEIDENHAIN’s next-gen DRO soft-


ware and hardware, the GAGE-CHEK 2000 offers a simple-to-view readout and up to three-axis inputs. Its slim aluminum housing with integrated power adapter and fanless passive cooling system is exceptionally stur- dy.


The unit’s touchscreen is made


of specifically hardened glass and supports multi-touch gesture control, including permitting operation with gloves. The logical arrangement of menus and elements provides intu-


CIT’s VM3 Snap-Action Switches Are UL and TÜV Approved


Minneaplis, MN — CIT Relay & Switch is now offering its VM3 series of snap-action switches with UL and TÜV approvals. With 0.19 or 0.25 in. (4.8 or 6.4 mm) terminations, the VM2 series offers SPST NO, SPST NC or SPDT functions and operating forces from 80 to 180 gF. This highly customizable switch provides lever options of pin plunger, roller levers, hinge levers and simulated rollers.


GAGE-CHEK 2000 metrology system.


itive user guidance of various functions. Features include: a digital gauge view that


shows the view an operator would have used in the past with any dial gauge; configurability of each axis for length or angle display; measurement series with recording of min and max values; sim- ple switching of the counting direction; and meas- ured-value output — either manually, continuous-


ly or when triggered by a touch probe. Contact: HEIDENHAIN Corp., 333 E. State


See at SEMICON West (Virtual)


Parkway, Schaumburg, IL 60173 % 847-519-4702 E-mail: kherrmann@heidenhain.us Web: www.heidenhain.us


VM3 series snap-action switches with UL and TÜV approvals.


VM3 include lighting, security, automation,


Common applications for the industrial controls,


gaming, and more. Specifications and materials are dependent on the customer’s choice of options. The VM3 series can be customized to fit every design engineer’s needs. Lead time averages six to eight weeks. CIT Relay & Switch, a division


of Circuit Interruption Technology, Inc., manufactures a broad array of automotive, telecom, security, indus- trial, and audio relays and switches. The company’s products are support- ed by a worldwide network of distrib- utors and manufacturers’ sales rep-


resentatives. Contact: CIT Relay & Switch,


14680 James Road, Rogers, MN 55374 % 763-535-2339 fax: 763-535- 2194 E-mail: sales@citrelay.com Web: www.citrelay.com


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