pulse counter


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus.

pulse counter

[′pəls ‚kau̇nt·ər]
(electronics)
A device that indicates or records the total number of pulses received during a time interval.
References in periodicals archive ?
It provides a cost-effective way in which to transmit pulse counter data over large areas without the expense of running wire or laying cables.
Spinwave's new pulse counter is used to wirelessly transmit electric, water or gas meter values and make them available to any building automation system.
Then have them put their pulse counters on that spot.
After they have found their pulses, have them set their pulse counters on that spot and watch for the "heart" to tick in time with their pulse.
In addition, after they have found their wrist pulse, have them set their pulse counters on that spot and watch for the heart to "tick" in time with their pulse.
Have them watch the heart on their pulse counters carefully to see it "tick" in time with their pulse beat.
Duke Energy, the largest electric power holding company in the United States deployed the Point (TM) Pulse Counter to augment their innovative energy efficiency programs and services.
com Product description: ZigbeeTM ready products including Temperature, AMR Pulse Counter, Humidity, Thermistor, Light, Vibration and Motion sensors, as well as, analog and digital I/O modules.
Higher and easier reading resolution is a result of having eight operating odometer wheels, rather than from a pulse counter.
Kwheb harnesses the ability of RDM products to control and configure energy-using plant, while reading a broad variety of smart power meters and pulse counters.
The initial sensor introduction includes: Temperature, Humidity, Thermistor, AMR Pulse Counters, Light, Vibration and Motion, as well as, analog and digital I/O modules.
The timers can generate external pulses or can be used as pulse counters.