20 Most Recent Mitutoyo 500-672 0-6" ABSOLUTE Digimatic Coolant Proof Inch/Metric Caliper Questions & Answers


Hold the origin button for greater than 1 second. You may need to use a point tool to push the button all the way down.

Mitutoyo 500-672... | Answered on Jul 04, 2019


I also have a Mitutoyo 500-422 Caliper. But mine is strictly solar powered. There is no battery for it. So long as you have 60 lux of illumination on it, it will work fine. Its not suited for darker environments, as it will lose its measurement when the light falls below 60 lux.

Mitutoyo... | Answered on Oct 16, 2019


This may be a little late but the answer is "there is no battery". The whole face except for the display is a solar cell. Use it in plenty of light and it will stay on. If you block the light while using it and the internal storage cap has a small charge on it the display will turn off.

Mitutoyo... | Answered on Sep 26, 2019


These 2 signals are drive prohibition (overtravel) inputs in forward and reverse directions. If Drive Prohibition Input Setting (Pn504) is 1, you can use the setting of Stop Selection (Pn505) to select the operation to be taken upon input of each prohibit signal. If Drive Prohibition Input Setting (Pn504) is 2, drive prohibition input protection (E380) actuates upon input of a drive prohibition.

Mitutoyo... | Answered on Mar 02, 2019


I realise this question is old, but you never know, might help someone in the future. This particular error is that the probe is not correctly seated, usually the magnets have become slightly loose. The solution is to take the probe head off the cmm, and push the magnets against your surface table or suitable flat surface, this should push the magnets into their correct position. If this doesn't help, it may be that you've managed to break that particular part, if you have a probe rack, try a different probe. Lastly, if you crashed the CMM by hitting something, ensure you didn't bend your probe in the process (and the ruby is still there!), this doesn't help the error code fix, but worth checking as the cmm crashing into something at speed is the most likely cause of this E671 error.

Mitutoyo... | Answered on Sep 01, 2017

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