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    Mitutoyo touch signal probe

    Hi all,
    can anyone please help with connection data --pin outs / operating voltage--anything?
    for a mitutoyo touch signal probe no.902329

    Thanks bert

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    mtp1 probe info

    for wiring, with the probe tip facing down, and the connector facing you, the upper left and bottom right pins are an NC switch. the remaining two pins are for the led.

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    Question I have the same probe but I think a different socket

    Quote Originally Posted by bfreedland View Post
    for wiring, with the probe tip facing down, and the connector facing you, the upper left and bottom right pins are an NC switch. the remaining two pins are for the led.
    Uhhh...
    Hmmm.. my probe doesn't have an upper left / lower right...

    it has a sort of upside down 'Y" shaped socket, see below...
    (ignore the hyphen characters "-", used as spacers)

    up (shaft)

    ---O-
    ---O-
    -O- -O-

    down (probe)


    any ideas...????
    Thanks in advance
    john
    (flame2)

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    If you are still looking for information, I have a PDF of the original manual.

    I can tell you that it's a conductive probe, which means that the circuit is closed by a signal passing thru the tip to a conductive item which you are probing, back thru the frame of the machine, etc.

    On the DIN plug connector (end of the cable not plugged into the probe), P1 and P3 are used, P2 and P4 are not used. P1 connects to the shank of the probe, P1 connects to its tip. When the tip couches the work piece it therefore closes the circuit between P1/P3.

    Let me know if you want a copy of the manual.

    Carl

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    Thanks for the info Carl. I would like a copy of the manual. Can you post the pdf. here or send me a copy.. bertietaggart04@eircom.net.
    Bert

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    Yes please the PDF manual

    Have been in calif for a while & just got back...

    Yes please email the PDF manual

    you can direct it to: aff@netmac.net

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    Re: Mitutoyo touch signal probe

    I see this is a pretty old post but I have one of those Mitutoyo touch signal Probes too. I can't figure it out. It only has 2 wires and it is not a simple NC or NO switch unless it is broken. I got it off EBAY and it looks perfect. If any of you guys has any info I would greatly appreciate it.

    Thanks
    Bart

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    Re: Mitutoyo touch signal probe

    Hi Carl,
    I got a similar Mitutoyo touch probe (902431). I don't finde any information, please send me the .pdf manual, thank you very much. My email: elcsbetter@gmail.com
    Elek

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    Re: Mitutoyo touch signal probe

    Looking also, If I get a version I will hopefully host a link.

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