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REED K4010 Photo/Contact Tachometer

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Photo tachometer and contact tachometer in one precision instrument. Automatically holds last reading for 5 minutes and recalls min and max readings. Characters on the 5-digit display reverse direct depending on measurement mode.

PDF   REED K4010 Instruction Manual

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1 Year Warranty

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REED K4010 Features:

  • Automatically holds last reading for 5 minutes and recalls minimum and maximum readings.
  • Characters on the 5-digit display reverse direction depending on which measurement mode you are in.
  • Microcomputer LSI circuitry provides accuracy to 0.05% and permits readings to a resolution of 0.1 rpm in either photo or contact mode.
  • ABS plastic housing assures years of maintenance free performance.
  • Designed to fit comfortably in either hand.
  • Includes operator’s manual, 3-contact adapters (2 cones, 1 funnel), surface speed wheel, reflective tape and hard carrying case.

REED K4010 Specifications

Photo 5 to 99,999 tr/min
Contact 0.5 to 20,000 tr/min
Surface Speed 0.05 to 1,999.9 mpmin/0.2 to 6,560 fpm
Sampling Time
Photo 1 sec. > 6 rpm
Contact 1 sec. > 60 tr/min
General Specifications
Resolution 0.1rpm < 999.9 tr/min, 1rpm > 1000 rpm
0.1 mpm < 99.99 mpm
0.1 fpm < 99.99 fpm, 1 fpm >1000 fpm
Accuracy &plusmn;(0.5% + 1 digit)
Detecting Distance 50 to 150 mm (2″ to 6″) typically
300 mm (12″) max.
Display 5 digit LCD 10 mm high
Power Supply (4) 1.5V L “AA” batteries
Dimensions 215 x 65 x 38 mm
Weight 10.6 oz (300g)

What’s included with the REED K4010

  • K4010 Photo/Contact Tachometer
  • 3 Contact Adapters (2 Cones, 1 Funnel)
  • Surface Speed Wheel
  • Reflective Tape
  • Batteries
  • Hard Carrying Case


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