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WATCH TESTING, TIMING, ROTATION & PRINTING


overseas customers we can offer the Greiner & TYMC alternatives.


The chronoscope either comes with a standard microphone included or on its own. Also available is the automated microphone “Micromat S” (W34910) which offers seven different measurement cycles.


The measurement results, the average values and the largest deviations are available in a table at the end of the measurement cycle. The new «VARIO » display mode provides a fast overview of the quality and stability of the rate accuracy. It is the ideal mode for the receiving inspection and the point of sales in a specialized watch shop.


Specification: • Rate precision: +/- 0.1s/d (range +/- 999s/d) • Amplitude precision: +/- 0.4 ° (range 80 ° to 360 °) • Beat error precision: +/- 0.1ms (range 0 to 9.9ms) • Vibration range: 3600 to 72000 • Lift angle: 10 ° to 90 °


Also available: • Automatic microphone available (Witschi micromat S): W34910


• Printer available: P15224 or P38415 • Witschi auto print kit: W38268 • Replacement power adapter: M32301 • Can also test quartz movements with the microphone for quartz movements: W47896 (supplied separately)


• Bluetooth module to connect to Witschi printer wirelessly: B49303


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Click website “More Information” & “PDF’s” for full specification.


For service, calibration & repairs of items inside and outside of the warranty period please submit a quote request via our online support under products & stock - product advice and repairs – Witschi equipment


calibration Code


W37691 W39843 W34910 W47896 Description


Chronoscope S1 (G2), with Microphone


Chronoscope S1 (G2) without Microphone


Automatic Microphone (Witschi Micromat S)


Manual Microphone for Quartz Movements


UOM Price EACH £2,995.00 EACH £2,295.00 EACH £1,895.00 EACH £625.00 Witschi Chronoscope X1 (G3)


• Touch screen is now as sensitive as your smart phone • Faster firmware • Super colour contrast • Power range 100 to 240 volt (can be used either at 240 volt or 115 volt)


Included: • Witschi Chronoscope X1, generation 3 • Witschi Micromat C, automatic microphone (Cousins ref: W34908)


Specification: • Rate precision: +/- 0.1s/d (range +/- 999s/d) • Amplitude precision: +/- 0.4 ° (range 80 ° to 360 °) • Beat error precision: +/- 0.1ms (range 0 to 9.9ms) • Vibration range: 3600 to 72,000 (& 360,000) • Lift angle: 10 ° to 90 ° (0.1 ° jumps) • Stabilization time: 2 seconds to 2 minutes • Measure time: 4 seconds to 99 hours, 59 minutes & 58 seconds


• Measuring positions: 10


Particular features: • 10.4 inch, hyper sensitive colour touch screen • 6 display modes show measurements in a way adapted to the users needs (see PDF for full specification)


• Automatic selection of all common beat numbers, manual selection of any beat between 3600 & 72000 (and 360,000)


• Possible to create up to 99 stored measurement programmes


• Screen capture (camera function) • Up to 99 pictures can be stored, presenting the test results via a slide show


• Display of PDF documents • Continuous diagram recording • Up to 10 test positions selectable • Language selection: English, French, German, Spanish or Italian


Display modes (See PDF for full specification) • Diagram display mode • Vario display mode • Sequence display mode • Scope display mode • Polar display mode • Network compatible • Customer and watch data


Also available: • Martel thermo printers: P15224 • Witschi printer with auto cutter: P38415 • Witschi auto print kit: W38268 • Bluetooth module to connect to Witschi printer wirelessly: B49303


Officially Appointed Witschi Distributor


Click website “More Information” & “PDFs” for full specification.


For service, calibration & repairs of items inside and outside of the warranty period please submit a quote request via our online support under products & stock - product advice and repairs – Witschi equipment


calibration Code


T44313


Witschi - Chronoscope X1 (G3) - Micromat C Microphone Included - Touch screen - For Mechanical Movements


The best Chronoscope X1 (G3) ever is a fantastically finished device made of first-class materials. A capacitive touch screen made of high-quality glass shows the measurement results on its brilliant, high- contrast display. The bright, full-colour touch screen has a high-grade aluminium surround and stands on an elegant base.


• Witschi insist that UK distributors are only authorised to sell Witschi products to the UK & Eire, for overseas customers we can offer the Greiner & TYMC alternatives.


• New improved hyper sensitive, 10.4 inch colour touch screen


www.COUSINS .COM Description Chronoscope X1 Generation 3 UOM Price EACH £5,795.00 Witschi Micromat C System


WATCHTESTING, TIMING, ROTATION &PRINTING


Witschi - Micromat C System - For Mechanical Movements


The Witschi Micromat C system is a stand alone testing system (an automatic microphone with built in testing software) that offers the same specification and testing ability of the Chronoscope X1, conducting & then displaying the results of professional mechanical watch tests on your existing PC or tablet screen.


• Witschi insist that UK distributors are only authorised to sell Witschi products to the UK & Eire, for overseas customers we can offer the Greiner & TYMC alternatives.


• Automatic microphone with built in Chronoscope X1 intelligence


• Shows your test results on your own computer or tablet


• No separate display screen, saving valuable space • Connects to your computer via USB interface • Install the Witschi software on your PC, plug in the Micromat C and you have your own Chronoscope X1


This instrument is characterised by its user-friendly design and small size. Included is the new Witschi feature, the computation and display of the balance wheel’s centre of unbalance.


Four different measurement methods are available to you for the quality control of mechanical watches with or without a strap. The beat noise is displayed graphically and automatic test sequences with 2 to 10 different test positions are possible. The Micromat C Service testing system with its display on your PC works with operating system : Windows 7, Windows 8 or Windows 10.


• Measures the rate accuracy, amplitude & beat error • Endless measurement, continuous diagram recording or graphic display of the beat noises


• Up to 10 testing positions manually selectable. 6 testing positions are possible for sequential (automatic) measurement


• Automatic beat selection of all common beat numbers


• Manual selection of any beat number between 3600 to 72,000 & 360,000


• Works with your existing PC with windows on a computer or tablet


• Works with operating systems: Windows 7, Windows 8 or Windows 10


• Can work with the Witschi Chronoscope X1 (any generation)


• Can work with the Omega co-axial escapment • Language selection: English, French, German, Spanish or Italian


• Replacement power adapter: M32301 • 220 to 240 Volt (230 to 110 volt converter please see our code A52044)


Specification: • Rate precision: +/- 0.1s/d (range +/- 999s/d) • Amplitude precision: +/- 0.4 ° (range 80 ° to 360 °) • Beat error precision: +/- 0.1ms (range 0 to 9.9ms) • Vibration range: 3600 to 72,000 (& 360,000) • Lift angle: 10 ° to 90 ° (0.1 ° jumps) • Stabilization time: 2 seconds to 60 minutes • Measure time: 2 seconds to 300 hours • Measuring positions: 10


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