The Extech Vibration Meter + Laser Combination Tachometer measures acceleration, velocity, displacement, RMS, and linear surface speed.
The Extech Vibration Meter + Laser Combination Tachometer is a multifunction meter that measures acceleration, velocity, displacement, RMS, and linear surface speed. The unique LCD displays large characters on reverse direction depending on contact, photo, or vibration mode. A Windows compatible software allows captured readings to be downloaded to a PC for further analysis.
The contact tachometer function measures the speed of rotating objects by placing the wheel tip onto the surface. The data hold function freezes the reading on the display. The photo tachometer function measures the speed of rotating objects without contacting the surface by using a laser beam and reflective tape. Non-contact measurements are possible at up to a 4.9 feet distance. The instrument also includes RMS or Peak Value modes. The remote vibration sensor contains a magnetic adapter with a 39 inch cable.
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