Swiss Measuring Instruments

Height Gauge V7

This Height Gauge 2D combine technological innovation and tradition. With their touch-display and lateral insert holders, the V7 rank as universal instruments for the workshop.

With their touch-display and lateral insert holders, which have proven their worth for decades, the V7 rank as universal instruments for the workshop.

In spite of an entirely revisited interface, Trimos instruments philosophy has been maintained and the user will have no difficulty whatsoever to rapidly take it in hand.

The touch display allows a maximal simplified use as no superfluous information is displayed and therefore the number of functions buttons is limited to what is strictly necessary.

Functions, normally considered as complex, such as 2D, programming, statistics, become child’s play. It results in an unequalled ease of use and therefore a substantial increase in productivity.

The pair of lateral insert holders comes from generations of instruments that have forged the reputation of Trimos. Their great robustness and flexibility allow the use of very diverse probes up to 400 mm long with a breath-taking repeatability.

The V7 are equipped with the revolutionary displacement handwheel allowing the user to choose either the manual or motorized displacement mode.

  • Measuring ranges 400 to 1800 mm
  • Simple and easy-to-use graphic interface
  • Electronically adjustable measuring force
  • Manual or motor-driven displacement
  • 2d, programming, statistics
  • Vast range of accessories
  • All adjustments possible without tools
  • RS232 et USB interfaces
  • Wireless data transfer (optional)

Technical details

Measuring rangemm (in)407 (16)711 (28)1110 (44)1810 (71)
Measuring range with extensionmm (in)719 (28)1023 (40)1422 (56)2122 (83)
Max permissible errors, BMPEµm2 + L(mm)/4002.5 + L(mm)/300
Repeatability, RMPE (2s)µm1 (Ø:2)
Frontal squareness deviation SMPEµm581125
Max. Resolutionsmm0.0001 (0.00001)
Measuring forceN0.75 ÷ 1.5
InterfacesUSB / RS232
Air cushionYes

Note : The above values have been determined according to ISO 13225 with the standard measuring insert (TA-MI-101).