Tachometers measure the rotational speed of a shaft or other object usually in revolutions per minute. (rpm).
Digital tachometers are either contact or non-contact or both.
Analogue tachometers are capable of measuring to 50,00rpm however non-contact digital tachometers can read up to 99,999rpm or more.
Tachometers should not be subjected to impact such as being dropped as they are easily damaged or become inaccurate.
Tachometers are important tools with a host of applications in industry. Although they are robust, users need to ensure their Tachometers remain in good working order and accurate. Tachometers are capable of measuring rotational speed to within ± 0.05% ± 1 division.
TACHOMETER CALIBRATION PROCEDURE
Tachometers are first cleaned and then checked to ensure that they are not damaged. They are then examined for accuracy over the range of use in accordance with manufacturer’s specifications.
CMS uses calibrated state-of-the-art master equipment to verify that tachometers are measuring within requirements and adjusted if required.
Tachometers are returned to our clients with a comprehensive calibration report within three working days of receipt.
MAKES OF TACHOMETERS WE CALIBRATE
At CMS we calibrate a wide range of hand-held digital and analog tachometers.
Makes include: – Extech, Jaquet, Glentest, Shimpo, Cole-Parmer and others.
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Calibration Management operates in accordance with ISO/IEC 17025:2005 “General Requirements for the Competence of Testing and Calibration Laboratories.”
Please do not hesitate to call Calibration Management on 08 8381 1322 if you have any questions related to equipment calibration – our friendly team will be pleased to assist you.