FRENCO Measurement Electronics

The connection between measuring device and software

In addition to our own software, the measurement electronics for our measuring instruments are also developed in-house by FRENCO. This allows us to implement your customization requests directly and without complications and to offer you the best possible support. In addition to the extensive measuring electronics MEG 32 for our measuring devices, we also offer the newly developed, compact electronic measuring box FMB for e.g. two-ball gauges.

MB – Analog measuring system for inductive probes

The FMB series can accommodate up to 8 inductive probes and works, for example, with the LDYN software for longitudinal dynamic evaluation.
It is a cost-effective and space-saving alternative to the MEG32 measuring electronics. Depending on the task, the measuring system is configured appropriately.
Data communication takes place via standardized Ethernet/TCP-IP. The built-in DHCP server ensures easy commissioning.

  • Suitable for size inspection instruments
  • Eight inductive inputs
  • Built-in DHCP server for easy commissioning
  • Data communication via standardized Ethernet/TCP-IP
  • Modularly expandable
  • Space saving and tidy installation
  • Cost-effective alternative to the MEG32

Measurement Electronics MEG32

The series of 19″ MEG measuring electronics is modular with plug-in cards.
Depending on the task, the measurement electronics are configured appropriately.
From very simple measuring tasks to simultaneous high-speed solutions,
these measurement electronics are up to all requirements.
The MEG processes both digital and analog measurement signals.
It controls motors and communicates with sensors and includes a stand-alone PLC controller  (e.g. for handling systems). With the FCL (FRENCO Command Language) protocol, data is exchanged via Ethernet with the plug-in PC integrated in the MEG.
Plug in a monitor, and the appropriate evaluation software immediately shows you the quality of your test specimens.

  • Modular design
  • Individually configurable
  • Processes digital and analog measurement signals
  • Controls motors, communicates with sensors
  • Autarkic SPS control (e.g. for handling systems)