Process Monitor/Controllers

Global 400 Wireless Error Proofing System

Global 400 Wireless Error Proofing System

The Latest in Work Station Optimization Is Here

The Sturtevant Richmont Global 400 process monitor is the wireless torque hand tool game changer. 

The Global 400 organizes workers/operators, tools, work, and data into one cohesive approach that:

  • Increases throughput
  • Cuts rework and reduces warranty costs
  • Provides digital date/time stamped data on all torque and network events
  • Increases profits
  • Shows a very fast ROI

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GIobal I/O Multiplier 400

GIobal I/O Multiplier 400

The GIM 400 (Global I/O Manager) 400

The Global I/O Manager 400 (GIM 400) has 16 I/O channels and can expand to 100 by simply switching to binary. I/O set via Global Manager software. Fast. Simple. Easy.

Global 8

Global 8

Controls up to 8 PST-equipped ported air tools, 1100 Series Exacta 2 digital torque wrenches or 2.4 GHz preset clicker-type torque wrenches that can be paired with eight parameters.

  • Stores specification sets for each tool on board.
  • Downloads specifications and uploads use data.
  • 24 VDC relays and I/O port.
  • Easy to program and use.
PTV-FM

PTV-FM

Controls up to four 2.4 GHz Preset Clicker-Type Torque Wrenches.

  • Supports up to four different specification sets.
  • Simple front-panel programming.
  • Relays and 24 VDC I/O port.
  • Large display for immediate operator communications.
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TCV

TCV

Controls one or two 2.4 GHz Preset Clicker-Type Torque Wrenches simultaneously.

  • 2.4 GHz bi-directional communication with tool.
  • 24 VDC relays and I/O ports are customizable for your wrench configuration.
  • Serial port for computer communications.
  • Software for tool specification programming.
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Helping Industrial Assembly Innovate Around the Globe

Helping Industrial Assembly Innovate Around the Globe

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