Press Release Summary:
Small, thin and lightweight, HT-4100 tachometer weighs less than 4 oz. For operation, user aims red light beam at reflective marker and on-target indicator light will flash to indicate on target. Light beam has range of 12 in., allowing measurements to be taken up to 50,000 rpm with accuracy of 1 rpm. Last measured value is automatically held in memory for one min.
Original Press Release:
New! Slip In Your Pocket Hand-Held Tachometer
New! Slip in your pocket hand-held tachometer
Addison, II November 1, 2001 Ono Sokki Technology, Inc. has once again developed a new type of hand-held tachometer. Ono Sokki was the first in the world to mfg. the digital hand-held tachometer back in (1976). After mfg. many generations of tachometers, Ono Sokki decided to make a completely ergonomic type of tachometer.
The new HT-4100 tachometer is small, thin, and lightweight, weighing less than 4 oz., not only does it fit perfectly in your hand, it also easily slips into your shirt or pants pocket. Measurement setup is as simple as applying a small piece of reflective tape marker or reflective paint to the surface of the object being measured.
For operation, simply aim the HT-41 00's red light beam at the reflective marker and, an on-target indicator light will flash to let you know when you're on target. The HT-4100's light beam has a range of 12 inches, allowing measurements to be taken, both quickly and safe, and with an accuracy of 1 rpm.
High rpm can be measured (up to 50,000 rpm) and indicated on a very easy to read LCD display. The HT-4100 continually displays the updated rpm every second. The last measured value is automatically held in memory for one minute, for easy verification and / or recording the measurement.
Three AAA batteries provide 20 hours of continuous use. To ensure accurate measurements at all time, this tachometer warns the user when a battery replacement is required with a "B" indicator on the display.
The HT-41 00 non-contact tachometer especially comes in handy when contact measurement is not possible due to access space restrictions, safety concerns, etc.