Radio-wave probes are touch trigger probes. When approaching a workpiece surface, the stylus deflects and a trigger signal is transmitted to the receiver by radio wave. This receiver converts the radio waves to an electrical signal sent to the control.
The RWP20.50 is characterized by its modular structure,various measuring units, different extensions and cross-probes.
The RWP20.50-G-UTP ultrasonic touch probe enables automatic wall thickness measurement for larger parts on the machine tool.
The IRP40.42 is an infrared touch probe designed for on-machine measurement of sensitive materials and fragile workpieces.
The RWP20.50-TP temperature probe enables part temperature measurement before and during machining to ensure quality.
The compact radio-wave touch probe RWP38.41 has been developed for machines requiring signal transmission across greater distances where infrared transmission is not sufficient.
The TP-R-400 radio probe is characterised by versatility thanks to its modular design.
The TS-R-400 is used to efficiently determine tool geometries such as tool length and radius on the machine tool.
The RWT35.50 for large milling machines enables variable positioning of the tool setter to fit the task at hand.
The compact radio-wave receiver RWR95.40 communicates with all radio-wave probes, including the temperature probe.
The m&h RC-R-100 communicates with radio-wave touch probes in the 2.4 GHz range and can be easily mounted in machine rooms.
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