Pocket Laser Tachometer

Sept. 16, 2004
The battery-powered PLT200 portable optical tachometer uses a laser light source to operate up to 25 ft from a reflective target.

The ergonomic design allows safe, direct line-of-sight viewing of both the target and display simultaneously. A TTL output interfaces with devices such as portable vibration data collectors and balancers.

Monarch Instrument,
15 Columbia Dr., Amherst, NH 03031,
(800) 999-3390, www.monarchinstrument.com

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