Data can be stored locally in an (XML) file. By connecting MD II with USB to your computer, you can download or open the file in Excel or other software.
The file can be sent wirelessly via Bluetooth to other devices. For mobile Android or IOS devices, use Haglof Link.
USB connection is used to transfer files and charge the device. When connected, MD II appears in your computer as an external drive.
Wireless Transmission (Online)
With MDII in Online mode, data is sent wirelessly to IOS or Android devices. MD II continuously sends all data that is recorded, and nothing is stored locally in the caliper.
The transfer uses Bluetooth (BLE) but requires a custom software or application that can handle the data being sent. Haglöf
Application (MDII Com) is an example of software that handles this online transfer.
Bluetooth® Low Energy 4.0
With Bluetooth® 4.0 We also support wireless transmission to both IOS, such as iPhones, iPads or Android
devices. It is possible to send data wirelessly up to 100 meters in favorable conditions.