pulse counter


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pulse counter

[′pəls ‚kau̇nt·ər]
(electronics)
A device that indicates or records the total number of pulses received during a time interval.
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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.
The wireless pulse counter consists of a high-powered radio and a signal conditioning module.
Spinwave's wireless pulse counter, along with the entire line of Spinwave wireless sensors, plays an integral role in effective energy management programs.
Step 6: Put your pulse counter on that spot Watch it move with every beat!
For their pulse counters, have them find their pulse again as they did in the WEEKLY LAB.
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.
For the pulse counter, tell them to keep their arms very still.
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.
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. This gives users the ability progressively to optimise equipment, while seeing changes in energy burn in real time.