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Laser Tachometer, 0.5 to 20,000 rpm
- Item # 4YE87
- Mfr. Model # PLT200 KIT
- UNSPSC # 41112802
- Catalog Page # 810
- Shipping Weight 1.6 lbs.
- ItemLaser Tachometer
- Contact / NoncontactContact and Noncontact
- Contact RPM Range0.5 to 20,000
- Noncontact RPM Range5 to 200,000
- Speed (FPM)0.164 to 6562
- Speed (M/Min)0.050 to 2000
- RPM Accuracy+/-0.01% of Reading
- Working Distance25 ft.
- Working Angle+/-30 Degrees
- RPM Resolution0.001 to 10
- Light SourceLaser
- Display5 Digit +5 Alpha Numeric LCD
- FeaturesAccepts Remote Sensors, TTL Pulse Output, Tripod Mounting Bushing
- IndicatorOn Target and Low Battery
- StandardsCE Compliant, Class 3R Visible Laser
- Calibration CertificateNIST
- IncludesWith A Remote Contact Assembly Including Concave and Convex Tips and A 10 cm Linear Speed Wheel and A 5 ft. Roll Of Reflective Tape All In A Latching Carrying Case
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