After operators record readings, they can upload the data to a PC through a USB interface for sharing information on a network. This lets a company easily evaluate or confirm torque specifications or tools being used in production. The device comes with three Windows-based programs including a statistics calculator that lets operators perform basic SPC, CP, and CPK calculations.

Mountz Inc., 1080 N. 11th St., San Jose, CA 95112, (800) 456-1828, etorque.com