Timeter has these sub-screens (measurement modes):
- Time Tarrification
- Storm Distance
- Obstacle Distance
- Beats per Minute
- Free Fall
- Pendulum Length
- Events Counter
- Phase Meter
It is possible to set alarm for a specified period (sample) and another alarm to signalise the end (or over-time) of a time dependent value.
Time Tarrification - enter a unit and a value per time unit and measure the according value with the time passed (example: 1 EUR / min).
Storm Distance - start to measure when you see the lightning and stop when you hear the thunder and the app will show the distance of the storm.
Obstacle Distance - uses the sound reflection - start measure when you shout (or generate a sound somehow) and stop when you hear the echo - app will show the distance of the obstacle.
Beats per minute - press the button on every beat - app displays the bpm value.
Free Fall - start time measurement when you drop an object and stop when you hear it has reached the ground. The depth will be displayed.
Speed - press the button every time when you pass the (previously) specified distance (for example bollards) - app will show the speed computed from average time differences, the actual speed and the average speed.
Pendulum Length - Computes the length of a pendulum by pressing the button during the maximal displacement period of the pendulum.
Events Counter - Counts the occurrence of an event a displays their number per minute.
Phase Meter - Computes the ratio of an active to passive phase (breath in/out). The actual and overall ratio, frequency and period are displayed.
Application allows you to set the value of every needed constant (gravity constant or sound speed), ...