According to the company, the DP700 is a powerful and feature-packed digital readout (DRO) display, housed in an ergonomically designed slim-line aluminum case. The DRO is designed to feature all the essential functions for all machining applications while providing operators with an intuitive, “answer-the-question” interface. Operators can select the functions they would like to use or disable, so they can make use of the most advanced or basic features. The DRO is also available in multiple languages to simplify user experience.
The DRO includes productivity enhancing features such as bolt hole circle routine, tool offsets, polar coordinate readings, feed rate display and more.
For applications in which the DRO is integrated into a control panel, it will also feature a panel-mount version equipped with a different rear cover for ease of installation.
The DRO is compatible with the company’s Spherosyn and Microsyn linear. The IP67-rated encoders are said to perform accurately under harsh environmental conditions thanks to Newall’s unique inductive reading technology.