Troy, MI, October 30, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Vanilla and chocolate, ketchup and mustard, salt and pepper, bread and butter … the best things come in twos. ASDQMS’s 2 Port GageMux USB is no exception – the newly updated 2 Port GageMux USB has new functionalities that make it better than ever for all of your data collection needs.
Faster & More Compatible
Advanced Systems & Designs, Inc. (ASDQMS) is proud to announce that their 2 Port GageMux USB is now faster and compatible with even more gages than ever (Ono Sokki, Mitutoyo, Starrett, Mahr, Ohaus, CDI, Chatillon, and many more), allowing them to accommodate every data collection need with speed and efficiency. With GageMux USB connections, data transfer can be up to 100 times faster than with ordinary serial connections. Now customers can even send readings at 38,400 baud rate – your gage readings will be sent to the computer faster than the competitors.
ASDQMS is the only interface company that has invested in patent pending product development based on their customers’ requests, and ASDQMS is constantly developing our products to be compatible with any brand or type of gage you have. Now customers can interface the 2 Port GageMux USB with a wider range of gages than ever before thanks to ASDQMS.
Not in the United States? No problem – the optional USB-powered 2 Port GageMux USB means no power adapters are needed in foreign countries. ASDQMS has gone international, accommodating data collection needs all over the world from Mexico to Brazil to Ireland to Israel!ASDQMS's unique product allows companies with plants all over the world to easily connect multiple gages to a single computer port, with any gage, and at a higher speed, wherever in the world they may be.
Another new functionality of the 2 Port GageMux USB is that ASDQMS has developed a new integration with the Flash Cable 3.0 – you can now configure all the serial parameters and request strings on your own using ASDQMS's Windows utility. This wasn’t possible in the past, but thanks to ASDQMS’s dedication to staying on the cutting edge, this feature is now possible with the 2 Port GageMux USB.
Lights, Lights, Lights
The 2 Port GageMux USB has LEDs that communicate to the user, exactly what is going on, making it even MORE user friendly. Green LEDs tell when a reading is sent to the computer, red LEDs tell when a gage is not reading correctly, and yellow LEDs tell which output mode has to be configured: USB, RS232, or Keyboard, and if the jumper is set. This box shows everything about your setup without having to guess.
- Low cost – great for entry level and advanced applications collecting data into MS Excel or Web page applications
- Easy to use and configure
- Connect to legacy RS232 ports and USB ports on newer PC’s – one box does it all
- Collect data faster, more accurately, and save operator time on SPC checks
- Compact metal case
- USB 2.0 Compatible
- USB Keyboard version requires no software wedge programs
- RS232 Pass Thru Port for Backplaning 100’s of gages or another serial device
- Supports RS232, USB Virtual COM and USB Keyboard modes
- Configure using internal rotary switches or commands stored in memory
- USB and RS232 gage scanning rates up to 38,700 Kbps
- User upgradeable firmware
- Power supply and USB Cable included
- CE Rated
- Lifetime warranty
Coupled with ASDQMS’s commitment to cutting edge innovation is its lifetime warranty, with experienced tech support engineers easily accessible for troubleshooting and product repair if necessary. If the product for some reason fails, ASDQMS will repair or replace it for free! It’s that simple.
ASDQMS (Advanced Systems & Designs, Inc.) and its 25 years experience in data-collection application and integration can 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. Contact one of our consulting engineers, right now, to find out how ASDQMS can help your company. Contact the corporate offices at 248-370-9919.
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