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Edmunds EPIC CAG
The EPIC-CAG combines all the multi-dimensional measurement applications you can imagine with the economical flexibility to select only the components you need. The EPIC-CAG quickly and accurately analyzes, displays, and communicates measurement data from Edmunds’ LVDT probes, temperature probes, air-to-electronic transducer devices and CCD vision gaging medians.
The EPIC-CAG also offers some great features including photo prompting, integrated gage R+R, dynamic interruption adjustment, and temperature compensation.
Edmunds EPIC ADAMM
EPIC-ADAMM, the sophisticated dimensional measurement amplifier able to interpret, display and store precise comparative dimensional measurements quickly and accurately - improving efficiency and increasing productivity in the workplace. The ADAMM bridges the gap between the single element gaging amplifiers with no data retention and the cumbersome personal computers often used on the shop floor. EPIC-ADAMM’s real power comes from its functionality, ease of use, and its ability to record and store data from your measurements over time.
The AccuTouch is fully configured for virtually and dimensional gaging application with the touch of a single finger. All menus, selections, and operations are simple touches to the screen. From the main display, touching the set-up key allows you to configure the Accu-Touch.
Edmunds Accusetter II
Accusetter II is simply the most flexible and advanced column amplifier for air and electronic gaging in the industry today. Whether you need it for single check or complex multiple check applications, this is your all-in-one readout. All functions are controlled by a single button. An easy-to-read display prompts you step-by-step through the gaging functions. Results are quickly recognized on the tri-color bar indicating good, oversize, or undersize.
Accusetter II operating modes include one or two input air gaging and two or four LVDT input electronic gaging. Typical dimensions that can be measured include ID, OD, width, height, thickness, length, TIR, parallelism, roundness, tapers, and max or min peaks.
Edmunds Trendsetter II
Trendsetter II is a programmable single feature gaging amplifier featuring two quick change modules – air or electronic. It’s the best-selling gage readout in manufacturing today. Typical dimensions that can be measured using Trendsetter II include ID, OD, width, length, height, and thickness. Dynamic values include TIR, parallelism, roundness, tapers and max or min peaks. A tri-color LED display provides instantly recognizable results as good, oversize, or undersize. You can choose inch or metric values to be displayed. For your convenience, data can off offloaded to a PC, handheld or printer. For even greater flexibility, several Trendsetter II units can be connected for multiple feature checks or in automatic gaging applications.
To achieve its precise dimensional measurement, air gaging relies on the laws of physics which state that flow and pressure are directly proportionate to clearance and they react inversely to each other.
The regulated air flows through the restriction — a needle valve, jeweled orifice, etc. — and then through the nozzle. When the nozzle is open to the atmosphere, there is maximum flow through it and there is a minimum of pressure — called “back-pressure” — between the restriction and the nozzle.
As an obstruction is brought increasingly close to the front of the nozzle, air flow from the nozzle diminishes and backpressure builds. When the nozzle is completely obstructed, air flow is zero, and back-pressure reaches the pressure of the regulated air supply. During this example, air flow moved from maximum to minimum, while back-pressure moved in the opposite direction: minimum to maximum.
These values can each be plotted against the nozzle’s clearance from the obstruction. Except for the extremes of both back-pressure and flow, the curves are straight-line, representing the linear proportions which establish the basis of all air gaging.
Thus, measured decreases in flow provide an accurate correlation of the distance of the nozzles in the air gage tool to the obstruction: the surface of the workpiece being measured. Similarly, back-pressure increases indicate less distance between the tooling nozzles and the workpiece.