The 16MS is available in a standard manifold mount version and a direct-mount version, which benefits those desiring to mount the scanner directly into the model surface for a flusher mounted configuration. Utilizing proprietary Digital Temperature Compensation (DTC) technology, each MicroScanner is factory calibrated to compensate for non-linearity and temperature errors. The result is a highly accurate measurement with minimal thermal sensitivity. An optional dual range calibration provides two ranges of operation to increase measurement sensitivity, expand testing conditions and reduce user inventory management. The MicroScanner is automatically identified at power up and is compatible with existing data systems such as Initium, Optimus, 8400, and FDS Flight Data System. Numerous third party integrators provide compatible data systems. An option for calibrating and operating with ±5-volt power instead of ±12-volt is available for use with low voltage systems.
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