POCKET-TACH 99 (PT99) English
CE DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
MONARCH INSTRUMENT
Instruction Manual
As Manufacturer:
Monarch Instrument
Division of Monarch International Inc.
15 Columbia Drive, Amherst NH 03031 USA
declares under Monarch’s sole responsibility that the product:
Pocket Tach 99
to which this declaration relates is in conformity with the following directives and
standards when installed and operated in accordance with the user manual:
Directives:
EMC 89/336/EEC
Standards:
EMC: EN61326:1997
Electrical Safety: IEC61010-1:2001
Laser Safety: IEC60825-1:2001
References: Retlif Testing Laboratories, (Report No. R-4283N)
Technical Construction File PLT-0704 of July 2004
24th June 2004
Manufacturer (Amherst,NH)
Pocket Tach 99
(PT99)
Non-Contact Tachometer
Alan Woolfson, VP Engineering (Authorized Signature)
Printed in the U.S.A.
Copyright 2004 Monarch Instrument, all rights reserved
1071-4837-112
15 Columbia Drive
Amherst, NH 03031-2334 USA
Phone: (603) 883-3390
Fax: (603) 886-3300
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.monarchinstrument.com
SAFEGUARDS AND PRECAUTIONS
8.0 OPTIONS / ACCESSORIES
WARNING - This product emits a visible beam of red
LED light. Avoid exposure. The use of optical viewing
aids (binoculars, for example) may increase the ocular
hazard. (This is not a laser product.)
T-5
Reflective Tape, 5 foot [1.5 m] roll, ½ inch [13 mm]
wide
CC-10
Padded Nylon Carrying Case
CAUTION - The red LED beam should not be intentionally
aimed at people or animals.
CC-11
Latching Carrying Case for Pocket Tach and accessories
Read and follow all instructions in this manual carefully,
and retain this manual for future reference.
CAL-N.I.S.T.
N.I.S.T. Traceable Certificate of Calibration
Do not use this instrument in any manner inconsistent
with these operating instructions or under any
conditions that exceed the environmental specifications
stated.
This instrument is not user serviceable. For technical
assistance, contact the sales organization from which
you purchased the product.
Monarch Instrument’s Limited Warranty applies.
www.monarchinstrument.com for details.
See
Warranty Registration and Extended Warranty coverage
available online at www.monarchinstrument.com.
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6.0 BATTERIES
TABLE OF CONTENTS
When displayed, replace batteries.
1.0 OVERVIEW ............................................................................. 1
2.0 FEATURE LOCATIONS ............................................................ 1
Remove battery
cover
3.0 LCD DISPLAY SYMBOLS ....................................................... 2
4.0 PT99 SPECIFICATIONS .......................................................... 3
5.0 NON-CONTACT MEASUREMENTS ......................................... 4
5.1 Preparation for Measurement .................................... 4
Install two 1.5V
“AA” alkaline
batteries
5.2 Setup ............................................................................. 5
5.3 Operation ...................................................................... 6
6.0 BATTERIES ............................................................................. 7
7.0 CLEANING .............................................................................. 7
NOTE: Both
batteries face the
same direction.
7.0 CLEANING
To clean the instrument, wipe with a damp cloth using mild soapy solution.
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8.0 OPTIONS / ACCESSORIES ..................................................... 8
1.0 OVERVIEW
5.3 Operation
The Pocket Tach 99 is a hand-held precision optical tachometer designed to
make non-contact measurements of rotational speeds from 5 to 99,999
RPM at a distance of up to 36 inches (91.44 cm) from a reflective target and
at an angle of up to 30° off perpendicular. The unit has the ability to recall
maximum and minimum values. The unit can be tripod mounted and locked
on for continuous measurements.
Measure
OR
Press and hold
Lock on
Aim
LED
2.0 FEATURE LOCATIONS
LCD display
Min / Scroll
Down arrow
Menu / Select
and Lock-on
button
Tripod mounting bushing
(underside)
Recall Max
Max Speed
Recall Min
Min Speed
Start / Reset button
Belt clip
Max / Scroll Up
arrow
Battery compartment
If unit Locked
on:
Resets Max/Min
Power OFF
OR
Automatic after 90 seconds
if unit not Locked on
CAUTION - Red LED light emitted from this
aperature. (This is not a laser product.)
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3.0 LCD DISPLAY SYMBOLS
5.2 Setup
1.
Turn Power
ON
1a. To toggle Lock On/
Off
Press and Hold
2.
Enter Setup
(decimal place
selection)
3.
Select decimal
places
4.
Save and exit –
Ready to
measure
Locked On
NONE, 1, 2 or 3
OR
Repeat until
desired decimal
places displayed
RPM displayed
with selected
number of decimal
places
Unit will remember these settings (including lock on/off) even if turned off
and back on.
On Target indicator. Blinks on whenever there is an input
signal. Will appear to be solid on at higher frequencies.
Low Battery icon. Indicates that the batteries are low and
need to be replaced.
Times Ten icon. Indicates that the value shown is ten times
that which is displayed.
LED Indicator. Red LED is on when this indicator is
illuminated.
Lock icon. Indicates that the unit is “Locked” on and making
continuous measurements (Lock-on mode).
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4.0 PT99 SPECIFICATIONS
Speed Range:
5 to 99,999 RPM
Accuracy:
±0.01% of reading or ±1 digit
Resolution:
0.001 RPM to 1 RPM
Operating Range: 36” (91.44 cm) up to 30 degrees off perpendicular
Display:
5 Digits, 5 Alpha-numeric LCD
Light Source:
Red LED
Batteries:
2 “AA” 1.5 V
(DC) alkaline included
(Note: Batteries are NOT rechargable)
Battery Life:
60 hours continuous typical with provided batteries
Dimensions:
6.92” (17.58 cm) H x 2.4” (6.10 cm) W x 1.6” (4.06 cm)
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Weight:
approx. 7 oz. (210 g)
5.0 NON-CONTACT MEASUREMENTS
5.1 Preparation for Measurement
1. Clean
Shaft
2. Apply 1/2 inch
(12.7 mm) square
T-5 Reflective tape
For Small Shafts:
As small as 1/8 inch (3.2 mm) wide
on side or radius edge
This product is designed to be safe for indoor use under the following
conditions (per IEC61010-1).
Installation Category II
per IEC 664
Pollution Degree Level II per IEC 664
Temperature: 40 °F to 105 °F (5 °C to 40 °C)
Humidity:
Maximum relative humidity of 80% for temperatures up
to 88 °F (31 °C) decreasing linearly to 50% relative
humidity at 100 °F (40 °C). Humidity non-condensing.
Specifications subject to change without notice.
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