Tachometer Probe / Non‐contact Transducers
Non-contact transducers for measuring speed, velocity and displacement by Brüel & Kjær, such as our tachometer probe, designed to indicate the angular (rotary) speed - measured as revolutions per minute (RPM) - of a rotating shaft, like a vehicle engine shaft. In addition, with our Magnetic Transducer, you can excite a test structure using the transducer as a miniature contact‐free electromagnetic vibration exciter to determine the elastic properties of materials.
CCLD Laser Tacho Probe (high temperature fiber + adapator)
CCLD Laser Tachoprobe for contact-free, low- and high-speed measurements in hot engine compartments, up to 130 °C (266 °F).
The Photoelectric Tachometer Probe provides a very convenient transducer for triggering a portable stroboscope, such as Type 4912 where the range of motion is great enough,i.e., more than a few millimetres.
Designed for remote tuning and triggering of vibration measurement and balancing instrumentation in synchronism with rotating or reciprocating machine parts
Designed to be used in applications where mechanical motion must be detected without loading the test specimen
CCLD Laser Tacho Probe designed for contact-free speed measurements on rotating or reciprocating machine parts.
Discontinued: Magnetic Transducer
Designed to be used as a velocity sensitive vibration pickup or as an electromagnetic vibration exciter