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Handheld Tachometer

  • $125.00

Reed R7050 (was AT-6) Compact Photo Tachometer and Counter provides fast and accurate non-contact RPM and surface speed measurements of rotating objects. With a great sampling time, This Reed AT-6 photo tachometer covers most industrial applications.
The REED R7050 also features a digital counter capable of counting moving objects passing through the instrument's field of view and built-in memory capable of recalling maximum, minimum values as well as last value stored.

REED R7050 Features

  • Combines microcomputer (CPU), photoelectrical, and junction laser technologies into one Photo Tachometer (RPM & REV) instrument
  • Two test modes: Rotation speed mode (RPM) & Revolution count mode (REV)
  • Provides fast and accurate non-contact RPM and surface speed measurements of rotating objects
  • Offers a wide measuring range and high resolution
  • Large, easy to read display with backlight
  • Built-in memory recalls Maximum, Minimum & Last value stored

REED R7050 Specifications

  • RPM Range: 2 to 99,999 RPM
  • Count Range: 1 to 99,999 REV
  • Resolution: 0.1 RPM (2 to 999.9 RPM);
    1 RPM (over 1000 RPM)
  • Accuracy: ±(0.05%+1 digits)
  • Display: 5-digit LCD
  • Auto Power-off: 10 seconds
  • Sampling Time: 0.5 sec (over 120 RPM)
  • Detecting Distance: 50 to 500 mm
  • Time Base: Quartz crystal
  • Power Consumption: Approx 45mA
  • Power Supply: 9V battery or exterior 6V DC
  • Operating Temperature: 0 to 50oC
  • Dimensions: 160 x 58 x 39mm
  • Weight: 151g Included Accessories: (3) 8" strips of reflective tape, battery,
    soft carrying case and instruction manual

How to use Reed Handheld Tachometer (R7050)

Apply a reflective mark to the object being measured. Press the MEAS button and line up the laser beam to the applied target. Verify that the monitor indicator lights when the target aligns with the beam.

The instrument will default back to the mode you were last working with. To change the mode, press the MODE button. The instrument will switch between RPM and REV.

Memory Recall
You can check the Maximum, Minimum and Last values obtained when measuring RPM. Immediately after releasing the MEAS button the data will automatically be stored in the unit. To display these values press the MEM button. Re-press the MEM button to view the MIN & LAST values. If the instrument turns off the values will be lost.

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