Laser Optical/Contact Tachometer

SKU: ADT-6236B
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Description

An optical/contact tachometer for measuring speeds of rotating objects in revolutions per minute. It also measures surface speeds in metres per minute or feet per minute. High accuracy is achieved by combining CPU, photoelectrical and laser techniques. The ergonomic design makes the instrument comfortable to use.

  • Measurements:
    • Optical: RPM non-contact via supplied reflective tape
    • Contact: RPM via cone or funnel
    • Contact: m/min via surface wheel
  • Impact-resistant ABS case
  • Laser spot for easy identification of target (optical mode)
  • Optical detecting distance 50mm-500mm
  • 28mm LCD display with function indicators
  • Recall of last measured value
  • Min/max memory updated automatically
  • Interchangeable cone, funnel and surface wheel for contact measurements
  • Sampling time of 0.8secs (over 60 RPM)
  • Low battery indicator
  • Supplied with foam padded carry case, 700mm reflective tape, batteries and DT-KIT3 accessories kit

Technical Specification

Range 2.5 to 99,999RPM (optical)
0.5 to 19,999RPM (contact)
0.05 to 1,999.9 m/min
Resolution 0.1 up to 999.9 RPM, 1 above
0.01 up to 100 m/min, 0.1 above
Accuracy ±0.05%, ±1 digit
Power 4x 1.5V AA Alkaline Batteries (LR-6)
Dimensions 210 x 74 x 37mm
Weight 300g

Calibration Options

A calibration service can be purchased for this unit. Once the Service has been performed a certificate of calibration is produced and dispatched with your order. Calibration Services are performed on receipt of your order and as such will delay shipping. Details and options are outlined below.

UKAS Calibration (Tachometer) Price
Issued at 5 points: 100, 500, 1000, 5000 & 10,000 RPM
£85.00
Additional points: From 100 to 50,000 RPM
£15.00 per point

A UKAS calibration can also be considered traceable. The difference between the two is that UKAS calibrations are carried out under the remit of an ISO/IEC 17025 quality system by a laboratory that has been accredited by UKAS, to ensure the consistency and accuracy of results.

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