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TouchProbe®
The Next Generation in Data Collection
TouchProbe offers a completely new and powerful way of collecting and managing your data. With a simple contact, you can now access informationfrom touch “buttons.” These “buttons” are memorychips housed in small, water-resistant, stainless steelcases. The buttons work like electronic labels thatthe TouchProbe uses for the purpose of readinginformation or storing data.
A Tough, Dependable Reader
Its metal case is the key to TouchProbe’s extreme
durability. This case protects the electronics against
damage and secures the collected data. The
TouchProbe's 9-volt alkaline battery gives you up
system retainsstored data forup to ten years.
reads before the next download of your data.
TouchProbe’s real-time internal clock keeps an exact time log of all your transactions. TouchProbe for All Your Demanding Applications
Use the TouchProbe for security and maintenance checks,
Portable
transportation, production, inventories, and much more.
Wherever environmental conditions prevent you from using barcode labels, or where you need a dependable, tamper-proof data Touch Button
collection system, TouchProbe is the obvious choice.
TouchProbe. The future in Portable Data Collection.
Videx TouchProbe Specifications
Weight: 4.9 ounces (139 g).
Dimensions: 5.4" x 1.7" x 0.9" (138 x 43 x 23 mm).
Physical: Rugged metal case; key ring.
Storage Temperature: -4° to 130° F (-20° to 54° C) alkaline battery.
-40° to 140° F (-40° to 60° C) lithium battery.
Operating Temperature: -4° to 130° F (-20° to 54° C) alkaline battery.
-40° to 140° F (-40° to 60° C) lithium battery.
Visual: LED flash after successful read or write.
Audio: Loud tone for industrial applications.
A variety of tone patterns gives the user information about reader operations.
Memory: 128K RAM.
Read Time: 1/20 second.
Battery: 1 alkaline, 9-volt (9V).
Battery Back-up: A lithium battery back-up provides up to 10
Battery Life: The 9-volt alkaline battery provides up to 1
year of charge, while the 9-volt lithium batteryprovides up to 2 years of charge. Battery life depends upon use.
Clock: Real-time.
Read Only Button Specifications
Physical: Memory chip stored inside button-shaped,
Dimensions: 0.642" diameter x 0.126" height
(16.3 x 3.2 mm).
0.682" diameter mouting flange (17.3 mm).
Weight: 0.057 ounces (1.6 g).
Operating Temperature: -40° to 185° F (-40° to 85° C).
Battery: None.
Data Storage: Unique 48-bit serial number (read only).
Read/Write Button Specifications
Physical: Non-volatile memory chip stored inside
button-shaped, water-resistant, stainless steel case. Dimensions: 0.642" diameter x 0.23" height
(16.3 x 5.9 mm).
0.682" diameter mounting flange (17.3 mm).
Weight: 0.12 ounces (3.3 g).
Operating Temperature: -4° to 158° F (-20° to 70° C).
Battery: Lithium.
Data Storage: 4K-bit read/write memory plus
unique 48-bit serial number (read only).
Clock: Real-time.
Life Span: 10 years of data retention.
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