GageWay PRO4 Gage Interface to USB Keyboard
GageWay PRO4 Gage Interface Box to USB Keyboard
Send data directly to ANY Windows-based software---No Software Wedge Required
GageWay interfaces connect one or more digital gages and serial devices to a single computer port using physical connecting cables. They can transfer gage data into any Windows program or SPC/data acquisition software, and are an excellent option for situations where gage mobility is not a requirement.
The GageWay Pro interfaces are some of the fastest, most advanced and configurable interfaces available today. These interfaces support a wide range of digital gages and serial devices from manufacturers including Mitutoyo, Mahr Federal, Ono Sokki, Fowler, INSIZE, Starrett, Sylvac, Ohaus, Mettler Toledo, etc.
Most manufacturers have cables that can be purchased with an RS-232 or Mitutoyo compatible output. When using these gages with the GageWay Pro interfaces, you should get the cable that has the Mitutoyo compatible output. Those cables will interface with the GageWay Pro box, allowing you to sent the data to your PC just like you typed it in on a keyboard.
GageWay Pro models are designed to connect two or more digital and serial gages to a computer. Gage data can be sent to spreadsheets, databases, dedicated SPC programs, statistical programs, or “cloud” applications without external software or adapter cables.
GageWay Pro interfaces are powered by your computer when using either of the two USB output ports. Quickly set up each gage for single, multiple, continuous, or TIR read mode using the GageWay Pro Setup Program. Connect an external foot or hand switch for each gage device, or use a single switch to control all devices.
Pro2, Pro4 and Pro8
These models support digital gages and serial devices as described above. Digital gages connect directly into the front panel input; serial devices require our LC Cable. Use the “AutoBaud” feature to quickly determine the baud rate and communication parameters for each serial device. Connect to your computer using the “USB serial” or “USB keyboard wedge” output. The Pro4 and Pro8 models also have a DB9 serial output.