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A '''tachometer''' is used to measure the [[RPM]] of an [[engine]].  The tachometer can be analog or digital, with most models being analog.  The output is usually a number multiplied by 1000, to display the RPM as a lower number than the whole value (i.e. 5.5 for 5500 RPM).  Tachometers will usually have a redline, which is over the recommended RPM limit of your engine.
 
A '''tachometer''' is used to measure the [[RPM]] of an [[engine]].  The tachometer can be analog or digital, with most models being analog.  The output is usually a number multiplied by 1000, to display the RPM as a lower number than the whole value (i.e. 5.5 for 5500 RPM).  Tachometers will usually have a redline, which is over the recommended RPM limit of your engine.
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Latest revision as of 14:11, 10 June 2008

A tachometer is used to measure the RPM of an engine. The tachometer can be analog or digital, with most models being analog. The output is usually a number multiplied by 1000, to display the RPM as a lower number than the whole value (i.e. 5.5 for 5500 RPM). Tachometers will usually have a redline, which is over the recommended RPM limit of your engine.