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Extech 461920 Mini Laser Photo Tachometer Counter

Extech 461920 Mini Laser Photo Tachometer Counter

Description

The Extech Mini Laser Photo Tachometer Counter makes non-contact RPM and revolution count measurements of rotating objects.

Features

  • Counter function counts up to 99,999 revolutions
  • Laser light source
  • Memory button holds last reading and recalls min/max readings
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$159.99
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The Extech Mini Laser Photo Tachometer Counter is used for taking non-contact RPM measurements. The reflective tape can be used on objects to be measured and point the integral laser for testing. The laser pointer beam provides greater accuracy and longer measuring distances for photo tachometer measurements. The meter features a rugged double molded housing for better grip.

Notable Specifications:
  • RPM range: 2 to 99,999rpm
  • Count range: 1 to 99,999rev (revolution)
  • Resolution: 0.1rpm, 1rev
  • Basic accuracy: +/-0.05%
  • Max target distance: 1.6ft (500mm)
  • Memory: min/max/last
  • Dimensions: 6.2x2.3x1.6" (160x60x42mm)
  • Weight: 5.3oz (151g)
  • Warranty: 1 year
What's Included:
  • (1) Laser photo tachometer counter with reflective tape
  • (1) 9V battery
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Extech 461920 Mini Laser Photo Tachometer Counter 461920 Mini laser photo tachometer counter
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Extech 461920 Mini Laser Photo Tachometer Counter 461920-NIST Mini laser photo tachometer counter, NIST traceable
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Extech 461937 Spare reflective tape (23" each strip), 10 pack
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