Lepsi Watch Analyser black

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Lepsi Watch Analyser. The Watch Analyzer will measure the accuracy rate of your watch with a resolution of 0.1 s/d. The Watch Analyzer can take care of your full collection and records all your measurements. You will thus be able to detect the deviation of your watches and decide when it is time for one to be serviced.

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The utmost care was paid to the design of the support in handmade leather. We can meet special customer orders in unique colours or hides and skins.

The LEPSI – Watch Analyzer takes care of a full watch collection and records all the measurements in its database. It is then possible to follow each timepiece over the years and detect when it is time for one to be serviced.
High measurement accuracy: After calibrating your touchpad against atomic clocks, the Watch Analyzer will measure the accuracy rate of your watch with a resolution of 0.1 s/d.
Smart user: A smart-user instrument for watch measurement. Connect the support to your touchpad, click on start, and the Watch analyzer will take care of everything.
Smart: You have several watches, the Watch Analyzer can take care of your full collection and records all your measurements. You will thus be able to detect the deviation of your watches and decide when it is time for one to be serviced.


Technical Data

Weight : 100g
Dimensions : 73x60x80 mm
Compatibility : iPhone/iPad/iPod Touch iOS7, Android 4.1
Connectivity: Jack 3.5mm, 4 pôles. (no separate mains supply)
Measuring range
Rate variation: -200s/d à +200s/d (resolution 0.1 sec/day)
Amplitude : 80° à 360° (resolution 1°)
Beat error : 0 à 10 ms (resolution 0.1 ms)
Lift angle : Ajustable from 10° to 90°

LEPSI is a young Swiss firm born from the chance meeting of three talents: Davy PILLET, graduate from French Ecole Polytechnique in Paris, has worked for the greatest watch manufacturers. He developed the measurement algorithm, which is the heart of our technology.
Stéphane CAREGNATO is an electronics engineer and he developed the ultra-sensitive sensor that faithfully records the movement beats.
Alexandre VAUCHEL, a graduate of Paris Ecole Boulle, the renowned French school of crafts and design, has embedded this innovative technology in a beautifully elegant object hand made in Geneva.

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