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Golfsmith Professional Frequency Analyzer




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Golfsmith Professional Frequency Analyzer

The Golfsmith Frequency Analyzer is the industry's state-of-the-art measurement device for determining shaft frequency characteristics. Able to measure in both cycles per minute (cpm) and hertz for precision data acquisition, selectable measurement modes offer readings up to 1,000 cpm.


  • Strain gauge based sensing technology for accurate shaft frequency measurement
  • Shielded electronics against electromagnetic interference
  • Expanded shaft frequency measuring range from as low as 90 cpm to 1,000 cpm
  • Five-digit liquid crystal display with selectable resolution for whole numbers to tenths or hundredths
  • Averaging mode can be adjusted to average from 2 to 5 measurements
  • Analog signal out function allows you to listen, watch and measure the shaft via a computer interface, PC sound card and shareware software (function is provided but not supported).
  • RS-232 Connector PC interface.
  • Single-dial speed handle and torque limiting knob screw make clamping fast and easy without fear of over tightening
  • All-aluminum construction (T6 heat treated, silver blasted and anodized). Metal housing is also finished with a durable enamel coating
  • 205-gram tip weight (ASTM standard) included with each purchase (extras sold separately)

Instruction manual (157kb)

Online Shipping Information

Golfsmith.com offers simple, flat-rate shipping to destinations in the continguous U.S. via FedEx.

  • Ground (3-5 business days)
  • 2-Day Air
  • Overnight
  • $6.99
  • $15.99
  • $23.99

Our policy is to strive for the best possible combination of price and service for your shipment.

In order to better serve our guests, we will occassionally offer discounted shipping promotions. Any shipping discounts will be applied in your shopping cart.

“Overnight” shipments will arrive the next business day (excluding weekends and holidays) after departing Golfsmith. “2-Day Air” shipments arrive in two business days after departing Golfsmith. On-time delivery for both methods is guaranteed by our preferred carriers. Shipping delays may occur during busy Holidays or in the spring -- we will do our best to accommodate last minute and expedited orders placed during these times.

Most orders are shipped within 48 hours of online placement. Orders must be placed by 1pm (CST) Monday-Friday in order to be eligible for that day's “Overnight” or “2-Day Air” shipments. Orders for residential delivery placed on Sunday or Monday will not be shipped until Tuesday and orders for business delivery placed on weekends will not ship until Monday, so please take this into consideration when specifying expedited shipping requests.

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Rated 5 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Golfsmith Professional Frequency Analyzer hard to find, good tool, thank you January 31, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Professional Frequency Analyzer review good form factor, easy to use, I used a 9V battery box to make it portable March 13, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Serious golfers only With this product, only shaft profiling and accurate frequency setting are possible. A complete professional set up. Totally worth the money. October 4, 2009
Rated 5 out of 5 by Another excellent golfmechanix product. Not a whole lot of experience with other types of frequency analyzers, and I'm still learning how to fully master this unit. I chose this Golfmechanix unit after a lot of research. This was also the unit that Mike Duggan recommended, so I new it must be good. I wanted a unit that I could use to do shaft profiling and measuring assembled clubs as well. This unit does this and I'm very happy with it's ease of use and performance, though I think a bit of variability is introduced due to the way the shaft is twanged, which is probably the case with most freq analyzers. The operator sets the club in motion, so there has to be substantial error associated with this. That said, I think a bit of practice as to how much force is used, how the shaft is released, and how many cycles is allowed before measurement will help to give more consistent readings. November 26, 2007
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