Digi-Pas DWL-1300XY is an AFFORDABLE Wireless-Bluetooth, Dual-Axis Precision Digital Level of 0.01° resolution designed for industrial users & professionals. This 2-axis SMART Digital Level replaces old-fashioned VIAL levels. Users read both X & Y axis levelling measurements wirelessly in proximity via Bluetooth, which effectively cut down installation & setup time effortlessly (ONE-MAN operation) for precision machines & equipment, especially when used in conjunction with Digi-Pas Machinist Level Mobile App with user’s smartphone (optional purchase available for Apple & Android App Stores).
Digi-Pas Precision Digital Level is highly accurate, verified by 3rd parties accredited calibration labs & test bodies in US, Japan & Germany in accordance with ISO/IEC 17025:2005 and ANSI/NCSL Z540-1 standard, traceable to NIST, JIS & DIN.
Tap "Redeem" on top left corner of App.
Gently scratch off the label on the back of the App Card provided to reveal the hidden 16-digit code.
Enter the pop-up menu, 16-digit code, E-mail address & Company name then tap "Redeem" button.
"Success Retrieval" is prompted and you can use full features of the App now.
Switch angle display between X & Y Axis
Enable user to measure relative angles at a common plane with respect to a reference angle. The reference angle can be set using alternate zero feature
Enables user to perform absolute symmetry readings for both "front" & "reverse" (180 degrees) positions of any measurement angle.
Easy self-calibration feature allows user to reset the digital level back to factory preset accuracy.
Precision levelling and angle measurement/alignment tasks essentially involve surface planes that demand for 2-dimensional solution rather than the outdated single-axis 'bubble' vial method that indicates 'bubble' leveling status 'one axis at a time'.
Digi-Pas® 2-axis precision digital level simultaneous displays of two-dimensional plane angles, effectively simplifying and resolve the hurdles of taking angles 'one axis at a time' iteration (tedious & time consuming task of trial-and-error) experienced when using those outdated single-axis 'bubble' or traditional digital levels to conduct surface plane levelling, tilt angle measurement, surface flatness profiling and precision 2D alignment tasks.