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Tachometers

Tachometers

Determine the acceleration, velocity, RPMs, and speed of a motor, such as in an engine, centrifuge, or pump using a tachometer.

High Accuracy Laser

Use a laser tachometer for highly accurate measurements on motors that are moving at high speeds, or are not within easy reach for direct contact.

Digital

Get your measurement results on an easy-to-read LCD screen. Digital tachometers are more precise than traditional analog style.

Contact Tachometer

Noncontact Tachometer

Digital Panel Mount

Mount these tachometers to a control panel so that machinery motor speeds can be monitored from a central location. Proximity sensors can be placed close to the motor to detect and transmit the speed.

Contact Tachometer

Noncontact Tachometer

Analog (Dial) Contact

Measure spinning wheels or shafts without the need for a power source with these analog tachometers. They include tips for contact with rotating parts to measure RPMs in clockwise or counterclockwise rotations.

Contact Adapters

Use the same tachometer for different applications by using these contact adapters. These replacement adapter tips are available in wheel, conical, flat, or funnel shapes and are used with contact tachometers to accurately measure the speed of rotating motors.

Cone Adapter

Contact Adapter

Funnel Adapter

Circumference Wheel

Contact Adapters & Wheels

Replace tips for contact tachometers for a variety of speed measurements. Sets include wheel, conical, and flat shapes.

Extension Rods

Measure the speed of an engine without interfering with the motor or shaft by using these extension rods. They attach to the tachometer and contact to safely access hard-to-reach areas.

Reflective tapes

Attach this self-adhesive, reflective tape to a rotating motor or shaft to use as a target to capture readings from optical and laser tachometers. The reflective surface scatters light to improve the detection of the rotating or moving object.

Sensors

Convert rotating motion into electric pulses with these sensors. Place the sensor next to a rotor, gear, or shaft and the signal is delivered to a tachometer where it is recalibrated to speed. A cable is included to create a safe distance between the sensor and the tachometer.

Laser Sensor

Magnetic Sensor

Photoelectric Sensor

Proximity Sensor