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Who: DataMyte (Minnetonka, MN)

What: DataMyte 501 handheld data collector

Why you should care: The unit weighs less than one pound and can conveniently collect data even in confined spaces. It features two ports that can be connected directly to gages without expensive signal conditioning/switch boxes.

Pertinent Data: The DataMyte 501 is capable of real-time true position gaging in two or three axes. It has a four-channel analog option that is useful for sheet metal applications that use analog gaging. It also has automatic time at level gage reading, built-in multiple languages and red/green/yellow LCD trend alert. Data can be exported to databases and spreadsheets and the unit is compatible with Microsoft Excel.

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Title Annotation:Handheld data collector
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Publication:Automotive Design & Production
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Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Jun 1, 2002
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