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|Mon Nov 20, 2000 - 10:12 AM EST - By James Hromadka|
The main benefits of the DataGet BCD cartridge over the existing DataGet ports are faster data collection times and better ergonomics. For example, if you measure 100 parts per day, not having to switch cables while measuring a part saves over one day per month. Connecting the cables to the top of the Visor keeps them out of the way, and gives the user the option of mounting the Visor in a cradle while collecting data.The DataGet BCD is $499, and Visor bundles will be available. Volume shipments will occur later this year. A spec sheet (PDF) is available here. I bet my Dad would love this.
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