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MAG-ic Probe is an electronic thickness gauge capable of accurately measuring any non-ferromagnetic material. It is designed to assist in measuring critical component thicknesses and provides an easy and affordable way to measure the thickness of large plates – making this tool especially useful on fully assembled instruments.
MAG-ic Probe uses magnets to penetrate the material to be measured. A probe is applied to one surface of the plate and a ball is applied to the opposite side. These attract each other and the MAG-ic Probe tool will measure and display the thickness in both mils (1/1000th inch) and millimeters (mm). MAG-ic probe V5.0 is a total redesign and is 1/4 the size of the previous version but still retains the same probe and trusted operation.
New features of MAG-ic Probe V5.0:
High contrast LCD for clearer display
On screen instructions for calibration steps and features
Display of Reference indication (Factory vs Workshop) for added calibration accuracy
16-bit A/D converter for added resolution
Power from USB - save your batteries for mobile operation
Lower overall power consumption
Simplified magnet options
MINI probe for lower center of gravity and more stable measurements
Included with the MAG-ic Probe V5:
2 magnets - a 1/2" ball for guitars, plates or any object where access is not restricted and a 1/4" (6.35mm) cylinder magnet which should fit into most f-holes of violins and mandolins
Control unit with bright LCD display, inputs for the probe and USB connection
Mini Probe measuring 1.5" x 0.5" (40mm x 13mm)
Padded storage box
Free Downloadable Software - MAG-ic Probe Lite Software allows you to upload a picture of the instrument or object you are measuring to your computer and record each measurement you make to that picture. Obtain this free software on theMAG-ic probe website.