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    Digital Tachometer Price List

    A digital tachometer is a device used to measure the rotational speed of a machine or engine. Unlike analog tachometers, which use a needle and a dial to display the speed, digital tachometers provide a numerical readout. They are often more accurate and easier to read. They come in various forms, including handheld devices and more advanced industrial models.

    The price of a digital tachometer can vary widely depending on the brand, features, and quality. In this article, ATO industrial automation will list the price of digital tachometer for your reference.

    ATO Digital Tachometer Price List

    Product SKU Sampling Time (s) Non-Contact Speed (rpm) Measuring Distance (mm) Price (USD)
     Digital tachometer image ATO-DT-6235C 0.8 0.5 - 19999 50 - 200 109.86
    ATO-DT-AT8 0.5 2 - 99999 50 - 500 234.67
    ATO-DT-6235P 1 2.5 - 99999 118.86
    ATO-DT-2234C 0.8 2.5 - 99999 65.89
    ATO-DT-6234P 1 2.5 - 99999 117.68
    ATO-DT-6236C 1 2.5 - 19999 117.68

    Note: The prices in the table list are for reference only. If want to get current quotation and other customized products information, please contact us now. Generally, you can get a discount on

    Advantages of Digital Tachometer

    1. Accuracy: Digital tachometers typically provide a higher level of accuracy compared to analog tachometers. They can display speed with greater precision, which is essential in applications where precise speed measurement is required.
    2. Ease of Reading: The numerical readout on digital displays is easier to read and interpret compared to analog dials and needles. This is especially useful in low-light conditions or when quick and accurate speed readings are necessary.
    3. No Parallax Error: Analog tachometers can suffer from parallax error, which occurs when the viewer's angle affects the reading. Digital tachometers eliminate this issue because the numbers are displayed electronically.
    4. Data Storage and Analysis: Some digital tachometers have built-in memory or data logging capabilities. This allows users to store and analyze speed data over time, making them useful for quality control and performance analysis.
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