Timeter is not only a stopwatch application. Measure storm distance, obstacle distance, speed, pendulum length, events count or many other time dependent values or tarrify the time with your own unit or use many other functions of this application ALL IN ONE and only by PRESSING ONE BUTTON.
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), ...
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