461950

Extech 461950 Panel Mount Tachometer

Extech 461950 Panel Mount Tachometer

Description

The Extech Panel Mount Tachometer uses proximity or photoeclectric sensors to continously and accurately measure RPM from 5 to 99,990rpm.

Features

  • Continuous & accurate readings from 5 to 99,990 rpm
  • Large 4 digit LED display updates once per second (rpm greater than 60)
  • Choice of two sensor pickup types
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The Extech Panel Mount Tachometer provides continuous and accurate readings from 5 to 99,990rpm using proximity or photoelectric sensors. The unique design permits RPM measurements of a one hold gear or disk eliminating the need for special gears. A pulse is measured when a ferrous object passes by the sensor. The proximity sensor is designed for target distance of 0.1 inch and covers a range to 36,000rpm (600Hz). The photoelectric sensor has a target distance of 0.4 inches with a range of 15,000rpm (250Hz). Both encapsulated sensors include a 6 foot cable.

Notable Specifications:
  • Range: 5 to 99,990 RPM
  • Resolution: 0.1 (5 to 999.9); 1 (1000 to 9999); 10 (10.000 to 99,990)
  • Accuracy: 0.05% + digit (of reading)
  • Display: 0.5 " (13mm) 4-digit (9999 count) LED display
  • Display update rate: once per second
  • Power: 110/220VAC; 50/60Hz +/-15%
  • Panel cutout dimensions: 3.62 x 1.77" (92 x 45mm)
  • Bezel dimensions: 3.78 x 1.89 x 2.36" (96 x 48 x 60mm)
  • Meter dimensions: 3.61 x 1.66 x 3.54" (92 x 42 x 90mm)
  • Weight: 13.9 oz. (397 g)
  • Warranty: 1 year
What's Included:
  • (1) Tachometer
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Extech 461950 Panel Mount Tachometer 461950 Panel mount tachometer, display only
$169.99
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Extech 461950 Panel Mount Tachometer 461950-NIST Panel mount tachometer, display only, NIST traceable
$244.99
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Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Extech Proximity Sensor for Panel Tachometer 461955 Proximity sensor: target distance 0.1" (3mm), range to 36,000rpm (600Hz), 6ft cable
$49.99
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Extech Photoelectric Sensor for Panel Tachometer 461957 Photoelectric sensor: target distance 0.4" (3mm), range to 15,000rpm (250Hz), 6ft cable
$129.99
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