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505 Optical & Contact Tachometer
505 Optical & Contact Tachometer
505 Optical & Contact Tachometer

505 Optical & Contact Tachometer

£92.00

Use the 505 photo / contact tachometer to determine RPM and surface speed. The 505 is a combination photo and contact tachometer that also measures surface speeds of belts and wheels.

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SKU: 505 Categories: ,

Description

Use the 505 photo / contact tachometer to determine RPM and surface speed. The 505 is a combination photo and contact tachometer that also measures surface speeds of belts and wheels.

  • Non-contact (photo/optical) and contact RPM and surface speed
  • Wide Measuring Range: 0.5 to 30,000 RPM
  • Last measurement, maximum measurement and minimum measurement automatically saved and recalled
  • Measure motor input and output shaft speed
  • Determine conveyor belt speed
  • Confirm fan, motor, and gear RPM
  • Measure RPM of flywheels and pumps
  • Monitor pulley rotation RPM and turbine speeds

Documentation

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Click below to view or download product documentation PDFs:

505 Manual

505 Data Sheet

Specifications

 Model 505 Specifications
Photo TachometerRange: 6 – 30,000 RPM

Accuracy: ± 0.1% of FS + 1 digit

Contact TachometerRange: 6 – 20,000 RPM

Accuracy: ± 0.1% of FS + 1 digit

DC AmpsMaximum Input: 10A

Maximum Resolution: 0.01μA

Accuracy: +/-0.15%

Surface SpeedRange: 0.9 – 3,046 m/min

Accuracy: ± 0.1% of FS + 1 digit

Range: 2.0 – 9,990 ft/min

Accuracy: ± 0.1% of FS + 1 digit

Display Type5 Digit LCD
Operating Temperature32° to 122°F (0° to 50°C)
Operating Humidity80% Max. R.H
Power SupplyAA Alkaline Batteries (2 each)

Applications

Model 505 Applications

  • Measure motor input and output shaft speed
  • Determine conveyor belt speed
  • Confirm fan, motor and gear RPM
  • Measure RPM of flywheels and pumps
  • Monitor pulley rotation RPM and turbine speeds

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