Measuring wheel

Related to Measuring wheel: Lowes
an odometer, or perambulator.

See also: Wheel

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The two councillors spent nearly two hours at the park and, armed with measuring wheel, clip board and site map, they helped Friends of Barony Park representatives Rachel Cole and James Neighbour, who were measuring the park boundary with a view to costing out measures such as protective barriers.
* SITALL Electronic inclinometers for measuring the inclination of the entire excavator and wheel boom; Incremental Speed Sensor (LARM a.s.) for measuring wheel boom extension,
"It solves the problem of trying to design and source or assemble a bracket, measuring wheel, and encoder.
A test was done to compare the circular distance measurement (see (4)) function programmed into the PLC to a measuring wheel's distance.
SICK reports it has launched the DUS60 incremental encoder and DUV60 measuring wheel encoder with DIP switch programmability to provide users with a versatile and economical user-configurable motion control sensor.
Although the technology for detecting the potential for derailment and preventing it can take many forms, the parametric approach of measuring wheel vibration and detecting track curvature is an effective and relatively simple means of preventing one set of circumstances that could lead to derailment.
Use a measuring wheel like this one from Calculated Industries.
Fitch's report, Measuring Wheel, said strong activity in the commercial construction sector is driving non-residential spending, which increased by 12.9 percent to $187.5 billion during the first seven months of this year after a slight increase (1.2 percent) in 2013.
Homeschool Programs at Wachusett Meadow Experience a watershed model and then follow an intermittent stream that feeds the Wildlife Pond using a GPS unit and a measuring wheel, 1-3 p.m.