No. Our older (discontinued) systems could, but Lucidyne's current philosopy is for the mill's control system to take on these functions. Similarly, our older systems could interface to a variety of other devices to measure thickness or width. This required us to spend a lot of our support efforts troubleshooting other equipment instead of our own, as well as left many mills with unique software and hardware.
In order to make a system that is more supportable by Lucidyne, we have elected to instead configure the M5 to interface to a control system (typically a PLC) that provides these functions. It can still receive inputs to identify a width or thickness and potentially other information, but this is expected to come from a PLC instead of field devices.
The GMR can be pre-configured to handle inputs of 10-32 VDC or 90-140 VAC. Outputs can be 5-60 VDC (3 amps max) or 12-140 VAC.