Contact/non-contact handheld laser digital tachometer for sale, the measuring range is from 2.5 to 99,999 rpm and is capable of accurate measurements at distances of 50 to 200 mm. The handheld laser digital tachometer features a compact, lightweight design and a large HD screen with backlit display to easily obtain speed readings for diagnostic and measurement purposes.
- Model: ATO-DT-6236C
- Display: 5-digit LCD
- Accuracy: ±(0.05% + 1 digit)
- Non-Contact Speed: 2.5-19999 rpm
- Contact Speed: 0.5-99999 rpm
- Sampling Time: 1 Seconds (over 60 rpm)
- Measuring Distance: 50mm to 200mm
- Time Base: 4MHz quartz crystal
- Working Current: Approx. 40mA
- Range Selection: Automatic switching
- Memory: Automatic memory of maximum, minimum and last values
- Battery: 9V
- Operating Temperature: 0C to 50°C ( 32 to 122°F)
- Dimensions: 157x64x37mm
- Weight: 100g
- Handheld digital tachometer with both contact and non-contact measurement modes.
- The portable laser tachograph features a highly sensitive laser sensor for reliability and safety.
- The non-contact laser 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.
Dimension (Unit: mm)
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?
A digital tachometer is a type of electronic instrument used to measure the rotational speed of a rotating object, such as an engine or a machine. It uses digital technology to convert the rotation of the object into an electrical signal, which is then processed and displayed on a digital screen.
The device typically consists of a sensor that is placed in close proximity to the rotating object and is used to detect the rotational speed. The sensor generates an electrical signal that is proportional to the speed of the object, and this signal is then processed by the tachometer to produce a digital readout of the speed.
Digital tachometers are commonly used in automotive applications to measure the engine speed of cars and trucks, and they are also used in industrial settings to monitor the speed of rotating equipment such as turbines, motors, and generators. They are preferred over traditional mechanical tachometers because they offer greater accuracy and reliability, and they are often more compact and easier to read.