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Monarch Instruments Optical Speed Sensors

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<span style='font-family: Arial;color: #000000;'>Monarch Instruments</span>

Monarch Instrument is one of the world’s largest suppliers of portable speed measurement products. Monarch Instrument is an ISO 9001-2008 registered manufacturer of precision electronics situated in Amherst, New Hampshire in the northeastern United States of America. All products are designed and manufactured at this facility, unless indicated otherwise.
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<span style='font-family: Arial;color: #000000;'>Monarch Optical Speed Sensors</span>

Sensors: Infrared
Both the IRS-P and IRS-W Infrared Speed Sensors are proven to be reliable high speed sensors. With a working range of 12 to 25 mm from very high speed equipment or an application providing contrasting light and dark surfaces.

Sensors: Optical (LED)
1-250,000 RPM. The most versatile and popular optical sensors we make. The ROS-W (tinned wire termination) and ROS-P (1/8" phone plug termination) are threaded stainless steel remote optical sensors with a visible red LED light source. All these sensors have the "on-target" green LED indicator.

Sensors: Optical (Laser)

The Optical Laser Speed Sensors can measure frequencies from 1-250,000 RPM and are extremely versatile and able to work over long distances (up to 25 feet). The ROLS-W (tinned wire termination) and ROLS-P (1/8" phone plug termination) are threaded stainless steel remote optical sensors with a visible red laser light source. All these sensors have the "on-target" green LED indicator.


<span style='font-family: Arial;color: #000000;'>Portable Stroboscopes</span>

Monarch Digital Stroboscopes are available for immediate delivery using the Automatic Controls on line catalog
Nova Strobe x (bax, bbx) Basic Stroboscope
The Nova-Strobe x (bax, bbx) basic stroboscope represents the latest in portable stroboscope technology. Both the BA and BB are simple to operate, just point and shoot. Lightweight and bright with flash rates to 8,000 flashes per minute (FPM) these strobes are comfortable to hold and will operate continuously with no danger of overheating.

Nova Strobe x (dbx, dax) Digital Stroboscopes
The Nova-Strobe x (dbx, dax) Digital series represents the latest in portable stroboscope technology. Both the dax and dbx offer powerful features for both diagnostic inspection and speed measurements. Lightweight and bright with flash rates to 20,000 flashes per minute, these strobes are comfortable to hold and easy to operate.

<span style='font-family: Arial;color: #000000;'>Portable Tachometers</span>

We offer a wide range of hand-held portable tachometers capable of measuring speeds up to 200,000 RPM. Bench or Panel Mount Tachometers are capable of measuring speeds to 999,990 RPM. Most products are available as individual instruments or packaged in kits including accessories. Models are available with N.I.S.T. Calibration and certain models meet European EMC requirements and carry the CE mark.

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