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Tachometer, 0.5 to 20,000 rpm
- Item # 2HZC1
- Mfr. Model # RPM10-NIST
- UNSPSC # 41112802
- Catalog Page # 717
- Shipping Weight 2.6 lbs.
- Item Tachometer with Infrared Thermometer
- Contact / Noncontact Contact and Noncontact
- Contact RPM Range 0.5 to 20,000
- Noncontact RPM Range 10 to 99,999
- Speed (FPM) 0.20 to 6560
- Speed (M/Min) 0.05 to 1999.9
- RPM Accuracy 0.05% of Reading +1 Digit
- Working Distance 6.5 ft.
- RPM Resolution 0.100
- Light Source Incandescent
- Display 5 Digit LCD
- Memory Last/Min/Max
- Features Built-in IR Thermometer
- Indicator On Target
- Standards CE Compliant
- Calibration Certificate NIST
- Temperature Range -4 Degrees to 600 Degrees F (-20 Degrees to 315 Degrees C)
- Includes With Tips/Wheel, (4) 1.5V AA Batteries, Reflective Tape and Carrying Case, Built-in Infrared Thermometer
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