Tachometers, Stroboscopes and Counters
- Tachometers are used to measure
the velocity of a rotating object. Tachometers operate on the
principle that a driven motor (a motor operated as a generator)
produces a voltage that is proportional to the angular velocity
of the motor shaft. The proportionality constant, K that is used
to translate mechanical motion into voltage
has typical values of 1 to 30 volts per 1000 RPM. Tachometers
are typically attached to the output shaft of DC or AC inverter
motors requiring close speed regulation. The tachometer feeds
its signal to a control which adjusts its output to the DC motor
or AC inverter motors accordingly (called "closed loop feedback"
control). Tachometers can be of both the contact and noncontact
(LCD) and DT-107A (LED)
- Contact type hand held, battery operated
digital tachometers. In light yet extremely rugged housing.
(LCD) and DT-207L (LED)
- Non-contact type hand held, battery
operated digital tachometers. In light yet extremaly rugged housing.
- Laser hand held Tachometer with USB
and Analog ports and Multi-Mode Memory
Digital Photo / Contact Tachometer
- Stroboscopes designed to give
the operator the illusion of "stopped motion" where actualy the
equipment under observation is in a moving state. By adjusting
the flashing rate stroboscope can be used to measure RPM with
the same precission as digital tachometers.
Stroboscope - Professional Kit
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Last modified January 2006.