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  • Speed Verifier

    Model 7 Verifier - Bach-Simpson™

    The Model 7 Verifier is a portable unit that provides a quick, accurate and foolproof means of checking and calibrating the operation of speed dependant equipment, such as speed indicators, event recorders, transition controllers etc

  • Speed Sensor

    SP-TTL - Webster Instruments

    Speed measured by counting teeth on a gear and dividing by n (where gear has n teeth).

  • Speed Sensors

    ifm efector, inc.

    *2 in 1: speed sensor and evaluation in one compact housing*Space-saving design*Inductive or magnetic sensor principle*Flexible combination of housings, connections and output signals

  • Speed Sensors

    Variohm Eurosensor Ltd

    Variohm supply differential hall effect speed sensors for use in motorsport applications. We have two different designs but both offer very high performance.

  • Speed Test

    Spectator™ Family - IneoQuest

    When it comes to video streaming, a simple speed test is not enough. Speed tests simply move large data objects from a server across a network to your device, and measure performance based on how long it took. But it will not tell you how well-distributed the transfer was. For today''''s streaming, performance consistency is critical to a high quality streaming experience. Spectator NOW measures actual streams for accurate results. Using your provided video URL, or one of the included test URLs, Spectator NOW identifies the video''''s available source bit rates (the rendition set), and graphically illustrates the current and average playback bit rate and rate shifts during the playback session. IneoQuest''''s patented VeriStream measurement and scoring technology delivers easily understood results. Spectator NOW also measures the streaming capacity of the connection, so you can learn if your network connection can support even higher quality, such as 4K/UHD or HD 1080p.

  • Speed Pick-up

    SU63 - Validyne Engineering

    The Validyne SU63 is an AC inductive speed pick-up used for RPM measurement on high-speed rotating equipment. The SU63 is a tightly-wound coil with a laminated core that can be conveniently mounted on rotating equipment so that the magnetic field of a magnetized nut or part passes through the coil windings. The moving magnetic field produces a voltage within the coil proportional to its rate of change and the strength of the permanent magnetized part. The frequency of this inductive voltage spike is fed into an oscilloscope or counter to determine RPM.

  • Speed Switch

    UDS1000 - Electro-Sensors, Inc.

    Features • Works with remote / external quadrature pulse frequency output sensor / incremental encoder (NPN or PNP) • DPDT relay changes state when shaft direction reverses • Reverse-over-speed setpoint adjustment from 0.5-5,000 rpm • Relay resets when reverse motion stops • 115, 230 VAC (50-60 Hz) and 12, 24 VDC power options • Explosion proof/NEMA 4X housing • UL Listed Class I, Div I (C, D) Class II, Div I (E, F, G)

  • Speed Sensors

    Series 18 - Electro-Sensors, Inc.

    Features • Square-wave pulse frequency output • NPN or PNP output options • Single channel or bi-directional options • 5-24 VDC powered • Hall Effect or Magnetoresistive sensing options • Standard and wide temperature options • Rugged M18x1 stainless steel sensor housing (all models) • Four housing options • All sensors are epoxy filled and sealed against liquids and dusts • Works with Electro-Sensors magnetic pulser discs/wraps

  • Speed Sensors

    McLAREN Applied Technologies

    DHE (Differential Hall Effect) sensors give an output when subjected to a changing magnetic field. The field is set up by a magnet inside the sensor body and changes when ferromagnetic teeth are passed beneath the sensor (no magnets are required in the target). To improve noise resistance, the sensor has two Hall effect elements and only responds to changes in magnetic field strength corresponding to tooth passing frequencies above 15Hz. As each tooth passes the sensor, the digital state of the output changes.

  • Speed Switch

    SCP1000/SCP2000 - Electro-Sensors, Inc.

    Features• Internal sensor• Over-or under-speed config., 1-990 rpm• 1 DPDT relay output (SCP1000), 2 SPDT relay outputs (SCP2000)• Built-in start delay• Dial-in calibration does not require power• 115, 230 VAC (50-60 Hz) and 12, 24 VDC power options• Works with Electro-Sensors magnetic pulser discs / wraps• Explosion proof housing• UL Listed Class I, Div I (C, D) Class II, Div I (E, F, G)

  • Speed Switch

    DR1000 - Electro-Sensors, Inc.

    Features • Works with remote / external pulse frequency output sensor (NPN, PNP, or Mag Pick-up) • DPDT relay output • Under-speed setpoint adjustment from 0.5-5,000 rpm (at 8 PPR) • Terminal blocks for easy wiring • 115, 230 VAC (50-60 Hz) and 12, 24 VDC power options • Rugged explosion proof / NEMA 4X housing • UL Listed Class I, Div I (C, D) Class II, Div I (E, F, G)

  • Speed Switch

    M100T/M5000T - Electro-Sensors, Inc.

    Features• Internal sensor• SPDT relay output• 5-100 rpm (M100T), 100-5,000 rpm (M5000T)• Terminal block for easy wiring• 115, 230 VAC (50-60 Hz) and 12, 24 VDC power options• Works with Electro-Sensors magnetic pulser discs/wraps• Explosion proof (XP) housing• UL Listed Class I, Div I (C, D) Class II (E, F, G)

  • Speed Switch

    LRB1000/LRB2000 - Electro-Sensors, Inc.

    Features• Works with remote/external pulse frequency output sensor (NPN, PNP)• Over- or under-speed 1-1,000 rpm• 1 SPDT relay output (LRB1000) or 2 SPDT relay outputs (LRB2000)• Visual setpoint adjustment with digital accuracy• Dial-in calibration does not require power• Built-in start delay• DIN rail mounting simplifies installation• 115, 230 VAC (50-60 Hz) and 12, 24 VDC power options

  • Magnetic Speed Sensors

    VR Sensors - SPECTEC Innovative Sensor Solutions

    SPECTEC's magnetic speed pickups are sensitive, yet very reliable in harsh speed sensing environments that require shock-proof sensors. Applications of magnetic sensors are in wheel speed sensor, vehicle speed sensor, counting and position sensing in industrial applications, such as on conveyer belts. Magnetic sensors are used with targets such as: slotted wheels, sprockets, and bolt heads.

  • Doppler Speed Sensor

    Bach-Simpson™

    Bach-Simpson's™ Doppler Speed Sensor is a reliable and field service proven system with no moving parts. With no connection to the vehicle axle, there is no need for wheel size adjustments to produce a true ground speed signal. The sensor is mounted and wired independently from the truck to simplfy routine truck maintenance tasks. Its ease of application and operational features make this speed sensing system second to none. The sensor is mounted under the vehicle and determines the vehicle speed via a low power microwave signal. This signal is processed to provide an accurate, true ground speed reading. The Doppler Speed Sensor's output is compatible with existing speed indicators and event recorders, making it part of a cost effective system.