The Shimpo PT-110 Non-Contact Laser Tachometer is a simple to use, ergonomic, rugged test instrument that operates with optical laser technology. This velocity analyzing and measuring device is ideal for rotational machine inspection and process speed analysis. The PT-110 possesses a large backlit LCD screen that provides clear viewing in any environment. Users can obtain results in either Hertz or RPM, as well as Total counts with the simple selection switch. During testing, the unit automatically saves maximum, minimum, last recorded values and up to 96 logged data readings. The compact, lightweight PT-110 Tachometer comes standard with reflective tape, 3 AAA batteries, and protective carrying case.
Measures RPM, Hz or Total with the use of a simple adjusting selector switch
Lightweight, ergonomic design
Large, backlit LCD for easy viewing in both bright and dim environments
Automatically records Maximum, Minimum, Last Value as well as up to 96 data points during testing quickly review after testing by pushing the MEM button
Laser operation shows the point of measurement for easy aiming on equipment
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