VEEDER-ROOT ELECTRO-MECHANICAL COUNTERS OFFER HIGH RELIABILITY IN A RUGGED, COMPACT DESIGN
Electro-mechanical counters detect, totalize, and indicate a sequence of events, popular along production lines. Veeder Root electro-mechanical counters are ideal for slow batching and measuring operations, such as stopping industrial machinery when the preset quantity, cycle or length is reached. Electro-mechanical counters typically accept electric or electronic inputs to operate mechanical outputs such as rotating wheels or knobs. Electro-mechanical counters are also capable of: Counting in either or both directions Supporting multiple functions Providing reset capabilities Most electro-mechanical devices are available with count capacities of 5-8 digits. Unlike electronic counters, electro-mechanical counters do not feature an LCD or LED display for readings. Other models are multifunction units that can be programmed for a wide range of applications. Some of our electro-mechanical counters even include timing functions. You will also find Veeder Root panel meters and process indicators included in this section.
These small counters are available in multiple mounting configurations (panel mount, base mount, back of panel mount and rear mount) and compact size. These can be ordered as 5 or 6 figure counters and deliver excellent performance and reliability. The count coil can be continuously energized.
High Speed Electro-Mechanical Counters
The 1239 series has rock solid construction and is a predetermining alarm counter with manual reset for up to 5000 counts per minute (additive operation). The 7441 series is a panel mount counter which counts down from a user entered preset value (1500 counts per minute DC and 1200 cpm AC).
General Purpose Electro-Mechanical Counters
Rugged counters designed for industrial duty applications with die cast cases. The 7443 series are available with AC or DC operation. The 1205 series are AC models and can withstand continuous coil energization without degrading life or performance.
Ruggedness and reliability are featured in our hour meters. One-tenth hour resolution, round or rectangular package and cutout styles and a choice of DC or AC inputs allow its use on construction machinery or leased equipment to determine usage, maintenance, and warranty periods.
Commonly Asked Questions About Electro-Mechanical Counter
What is an electro-mechanical counter?
Electro-mechanical counters detect and totalize for the purpose of item or piece counting, machine cycle counting, material length measurement, and position display in manufacturing lines and other industrial applications. Unlike electronic counters, electro-mechanical counters do not feature an LCD or LED display for readings.
How do electro-mechanical counters work?
Electro- mechanical counters detect electronic input signal and provide mechanical outputs as a part of a sequence of events. Each count is registered based on a rotary or ratcheting input. The reading is usually displayed on decade-wheels that have 0-9 numerals printed on a contrasting background color.