Trumeter Company, Inc. Datasheets for Electromechanical Counters

Electromechanical counters are used to detect, totalize, and indicate a sequence of events. They typically accept electric or electronic inputs to operate mechanical outputs such as rotating wheels or knobs. These devices may count UP and/or DOWN, support multiple functions, and provide reset capabilities.
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Product Name Notes
Electromechanical Counter -- 10 Series A 6 figure general purpose, rugged, electromechanical counter, either panel or base mounted, with manual knob reset, key reset, or non-reset. Frame and housing provides rigid support for accurate alignment...
Electromechanical Counter -- 44 Series A 6 figure, non-reset counter. Metal/plastic frame assembly assures ruggedness while one piece cover discourages tampering. Precision molded internal gearing requires no lubrication for long, accurate count life. Applications include...
Electromechanical Counter -- 48 Series A compact, economical, 6 figure, non-reset, electromechanical counter designed for general purpose industrial and commercial counting applications. It is designed for a variety of mounting methods as required by the...
Electromechanical Predetermining Counter -- 58 Series Designed for use in a wide variety of production, batching and packaging applications. These 4 or 6 figure electromechanical predetermining counters activate a SPDT switch at the preset count. Convienient...
Electromechanical Counter -- 49 Series Economically priced 4 and 6 figure push-button reset, electromechanical counter designed for use where limited space is a factor and when reliability is critical. Rugged operating mechanisms require no lubrication...
Electromechanical Counter -- 40 Series The 40 Series is a low cost, non-reset totalizer, available with 6-7 figures (white on black background). A wide choice of operating voltages and mountings make this product adaptable for...