HT-6200 engine tachometer. A variety of engine types can be handled easily by simply
selecting the detector.
When using the HT-6200 in combination with an Ono Sokki detector, rpm
measurement can be performed on virtually any engine type. The HT-6200 is
used for research and / or production measurement of rpm on gasoline & diesel
engines (two and four cycle engines having from one to eight cylinders).
The HT-6200 uses a large 5-digit LCD with backlight to display the actual rpm being
captured and with a measurement range of 120 to 20,000 rpm.
Powered by an AC adapter or AAA batteries, the HT-6200 can be used in the lab, on
the production line, or during in-vehicle testing. This tachometer can be fixed to a tripod
or magnetic stand for continuous measurement.
A large array of detectors and detection methods support measurement on various
engine types. Clamp-on ignition detectors for both primary (High voltage) or secondary
(low voltage) seem to be a popular choice. By clamping it around the ignition coil cable, it can detect the spark signal of ignition systems resulting in rpm.
Up to 20 measurement values can be captured each time the memory switch is
pressed. Since these values are stored in non-volatile memory, they are retained even
after you turn off the power.
The built-in peak hold function allows the maximum and minimum values to be
displayed during measurement.
Trigger level volume adjustment function. (A rotary dial is used to adjust the trigger
The over-range alarm (ERROR mark) is displayed when the measured value exceeds
the display range.
For interfacing to recorders, spectrum analyzers, computers, or other data acquisition
systems. Analog, monitor and pulse outputs are provided as standard. Use the analog
output function to record the number of rotations, the monitor output function to check
the sensors detection waveform, and the pulse output function to output rotation
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