Hi this is Mike with higher precision today we're going to be taking a look at the SPI quick action electronic micrometer part number 10-800-1.
We're going to be going over the electronics, the specifications, and we're going to take a quick look at how it actually works.
Today we're taking a look at the SPI quick action electronic micrometer part number 10-800-1.
We also have this set up into a stand which is a part number 12-460-2 that
you can find on our site. The reason for this stand is to just keep it steady kind of shy away from any human error, and it's just easier overall to
use. The specifications with this gage are 0 to 1 inch range or 25 millimeters. You have a resolution of 50 millionth or 1 micron an accuracy of plus or minus 1/10th 60 millions or 4 microns. You have on the spindle diameter the size for this is a point two five five inch or six point five
millimeter. Included in the case with this mic is a ball attachment you can also put on here for any type of measurement, and you have a data output
on the top.
The great thing about this gage is this lever which makes it simple and quick and efficient to use it's great for just small parts and it's also very economically
priced comparing to other manufacturers make a similar gage. It's IP65 which is great and looking at the electronics it's simple to use with four buttons.
You have your Origin button, which is used in case the gage dies and you need to reset it and do a hard reset. This allows the scale to find the origin.
You have your inch/metric button that allows you to toggle between, your zero button and your on an off button. This also has an automatic turn off
so if you leave it in the case for getting turned off it should turn off in an hour and this is an overall look at the SPI quick action electronic micrometer.
Today we looked over the SPI quick action electronic mic part number 10-800-1 if you have any other questions or need anything else please reach out
to us at Higherprecision.com and we're more than happy to help.