RPM & Torque Measurement

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RPM & Torque Measurement

RPM and torque measurement instruments from Ono Sokki including tachometers, speedometers and detectors for RPM measurement and a variation of benchtop to more heavy-duty torque measurement devices.

About our RPM and torque measurement instruments

We supply a range of instruments to use within the automotive industry including tachometers, speedometers and detectors for RPM measurement and a variation of benchtop to more heavy-duty torque measurement devices. Our range includes models from internationally renowned manufacturer Ono Sokki whose products are frequently used in turn by Japanese-Anglo automotive manufacturers.

All of the instruments we provide give accurate and reliable results for torque and rpm measurements.

Torque meters

Measure the force that can causes an object to rotate about an axis. A torque meter is a device with a torque sensor or transducer for measuring and recording the torque on a rotating system, such as an engine, crankshaft, gearbox, transmission, rotor, a bicycle crank or cap torque tester. Our range includes a digital tachometer, advanced tachometer and handheld tachometer.

Speedometers

Our speedometers provide a stable measurement of vehicle speed which is not affected by weather or road surface conditions (unlike the speedometer on your vehicles dashboard).

Tachometers

Make non-contact rpm measurements with our tachometers so you can find out the working speed of an engine (especially of a road vehicle), measured in revolutions per minute.

Detectors

The Ono Sokki range of detectors are used across the automotive industry. The range includes electromagnetic induction type detectors such as Ignition Pulse Detectors designed to detect the number of ignition pulses produced by petrol engines,. engine vibration detectors, RPM detectors, magneto type electric detectors and photoelectric detectors.

Eurolec has skills and expertise to calibrate these devices to the Guidelines set by the UK National Physics Laboratory (NPL).

Typical uses for RPM & Torque devices include:

Easy-to-read and reliable measurements of the rotation speed of a shaft or disk in an engine.

Electro-magnetic vibration detection in gasoline and diesel engines.

Stable rotation per minute results of acceleration and brake tests, unaffected by harsh weather and road conditions.

High accuracy rotation body characteristic tests up to 20,000 r/min. Commonly used on a vehicle’s engine, crankshaft, gearbox or transmission.