Automatically disregard extraneous sounds at improper intervals
(A "blanking window" makes the timer "deaf" between ticks)
Optical sensor to measure from the pendulum swing on clocks with pendulums. The optical detector gives more accurate readings and ignores noises like chimes and hourly strike.
Is able to read Atmos clocks
(Rate is displayed as 30.000000 Seconds Per Beat)
Special mode for finding the rate of unknown movements by measuring the minute hand
Beat Error Mode measures the ratio between even and odd ticks to put a clock or watch "in beat".
Count Mode determines the correct beat time of any running pendulum clock without train tables or counting teeth.
Strike Mode to diagnose inconsistent errors in a strike train.
Accutron Mode to rate tuning fork watches (requires optional sensor)
Tick Mode produces a graphical display of watch ticks and balance wheel amplitude with the Windows Interface Program version 3.
We have now improved on this standard feature with the optional "Balance Wheel Amplitude" function.
Technical Modes for the experimenter: serve as a tachometer for rotary tools like a lathe or mill, measure the duration of the light and dark phases of an optical sensor, output temperature readings once per second (temperature sensor required), output barometer readings once per second (atmospheric sensor required).