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Stable Micro Systems introduces new touchscreen interface for superior quality control

16 June 2015

Stable Micro Systems, the leading manufacturer of texture analysis instrumentation, has introduced a new touchscreen interface to deliver speed and simplicity to texture measurement.

Fully compatible with the TA.XTExpress texture analyser, the new technology provides users with improved usability and flexibility for high speed data collection and display without the need for additional software.

Suitable for routine QC and production environments, the intuitive touchscreen interface now supports operation of the TA.XTExpress in 18 languages including: English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Dutch, Danish, Swedish, Hungarian, Czech, Norwegian, Turkish, Polish, Russian, Romanian, Serbian and Brazilian Portuguese, following growing demand for multi-lingual operation from across the world. The interface features a built-in manual, with added animations to show how each test will be performed and analysed, for enhanced user understanding.

Its compact design provides a screen measuring 12cm x 8cm which connects directly with the texture analyser for simplified hand-held operation and control. Additional features include a resistive touchscreen, suitable for operators wearing gloves, as well as automatic screen orientation and easy switching between left and right handed use. 


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