Always On the Cutting Edge, The SmartCable USB-Mitutoyo Gage Interface Just Got Easier to Use

ASD's SmartCable USB was specifically developed to keep on the cutting edge of technology. This new line of USB single input gage interfaces converts the output of any manufacturer's gage into standard USB/Keyboard/Mitutoyo output format.

Troy, Michigan (I-Newswire) November 19, 2012 - ASD's SmartCable USB was specifically developed to keep on the cutting edge of technology. This has revolutionized the Quality control field by simplifying and streamlining data collection. This new line of USB single input gage interfaces converts the output of any manufacturer's gage into standard USB output or Mitutoyo output format for use in any SPC data collection system. The SmartCable USB can be triggered to read gages by using the pushbutton, footswitch jack, or commands from the PC. Never before has there been so much patent pending technology utilized in a device no bigger than a stick of gum. The USB Port becomes the multiplexer, this simplifies maintaining and upgrading systems. Your computers windows applications automatically find the USB ports, therefore eliminating any software configuration. Just like your IPod or Digital camera, truly, plug and play. This new technology creates a virtual Com port for each gage, this makes it easier to distinguish and configure your SPC System.

Additional Product Highlights:

- No Compatibility issues
- Plug and play
- Low power consumption
- USB 21.0 compatible
- Continuous output data from gages
- Powers gages from USB port
- Read data pushbutton and footswitch jack
- Convert any brand of gage to USB
- Multiple Modes including: Min/Max/Tir functions

ASD (Advanced Systems & Designs, Inc.) and its 25 years experience in data-collection application and integration will help you. Eliminate the High Cost of Inconsistent Quality by controlling your shop floor with SPC Software, Gage interfaces, Genesis Roving Data Collectors, Wireless Data Transfer and Gage Cables. We will reduce waste and increase productivity.

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Contact Information

Advanced Systems & Designs, Inc. (ASDQMS)
Paul Mychalowych
360 East Maple Rd. Suite L, Troy, Mi
Phone : 248-370-9919

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