The handheld digital laser tachometer uses advanced laser technology and with a test range of 2.5 rpm to 99,999 rpm, you can rely on its accuracy for all your tacho measurement needs. The non-contact type laser tachometer is commonly used in the manufacture of motors, fans, paper, washing machines, automobiles, aircraft, ships and more.
- Model: AYO-DT-2234C
- Display: 5 Digit 18mm high LCD
- Test Range: 2.5 rpm-99,999 rpm (rpm)
- Resolution: 0.1 rpm (2.5-999.9 rpm), 1 rpm (over 1000 rpm)
- Measurement Accuracy: ±(0.05%+1)
- Sampling Time: 0.8 seconds (60 rpm and above)
- Effective Measuring Distance: 50mm-500mm (laser light source)
- Time Base: 6MHz quartz crystal oscillator
- Range Selection: Automatic switching
- Power Supply: Single 6F229V battery (not included)
- Power Consumption: Approx. 35mA
- Dimensions: 131x70x29mm
- Weight: 142g
- The portable laser tachograph features a highly sensitive laser sensor for reliability and safety.
- The contactless digital tachometer has a large HD digital display for clear readings and easy measurement.
- The portable non-contact type digital tachometer has a memory function that automatically stores the maximum, minimum and last value of the measurement in the meter after the measurement is completed, which can be viewed by pressing the memory button.
Non-contact digital tachograph usage
The non-contact laser speed meter is designed with photoelectric technology and is essential for the detection of fast and unmeasurable objects such as fan motors, aircraft propellers, cars, etc.
- Turn on the power and press and hold the measurement button
- Place the reflective paper on the fan blade
- Measure against the reflective paper on the fan blade to obtain the speed value
Digital tachometers are commonly used in various industrial and automotive applications where it is necessary to measure the rotational speed of a shaft or engine. They are often used in manufacturing plants for quality control and monitoring purposes, as well as in the automotive industry for engine testing and tuning. Digital tachometers can also be found in marine and aviation industries, where they are used to monitor the speed of propellers and turbines. Additionally, they are often used in research and development settings, such as in wind tunnel testing and in the development of new engines and machinery.
Tips: What is a digital tachometer used for?
A digital tachometer is an electronic instrument used to measure the rotational speed of a shaft or disk in a motorized machine or vehicle. It works by detecting the pulses generated by a rotating object and converting them into a digital display of the rotational speed in revolutions per minute (RPM).
A digital tachometer can be used in various applications, including:
- Automotive industry: Digital tachometers are commonly used in cars and other vehicles to monitor engine speed and adjust engine performance. They are essential in race cars, where drivers need to monitor the engine RPM to optimize their speed.
- Industrial applications: In manufacturing and industrial settings, digital tachometers are used to monitor the speed of machines, such as drills, lathes, and conveyor belts, to ensure they are operating at the correct speed.
- Aviation industry: In aviation, digital tachometers are used to measure the RPM of aircraft engines, propellers, and rotors, providing pilots with critical information for managing engine performance and avoiding mechanical failure.
- Marine industry: Digital tachometers are also used in the marine industry to monitor the speed of boat engines and propellers, ensuring they are operating at safe and efficient speeds.
Overall, digital tachometers are widely used in various industries to monitor and optimize the performance of machines and vehicles, ensuring they operate safely and efficiently.