rotor tach

hasse

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Thailand
Re: rotor tach

Same here, looking for something other than bodged bicycle computers.<br><br>Any decent solutions out there?<br><br>Hasse
 

Aussie_Paul

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Since 1982 Gyro 5000+ mostly instructing, and approx. 200 fixed wing in the late 1960s.
Re: rotor tach

Most of the bike speedometers/computors now have an RPM setting. They actually work very well.<br><br>Aussie Paul.
 

gyro_avi8or

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Lockwood South, Victoria, Australia
Re: rotor tach

G'day Ben,<br><br>I am using stratomaster instruments in my project,<br>if you go to the the following web link, there is a tach in amongst the instruments listed, <br>and requires a "hall effect sensor" to connect to the tach.<br><br>http://www.lightflying.com.au/Stratomaster%20Pages/Smart%20Singles.htm<br><br>I am certain Bernard will assist any way he can.<br><br>Regards,<br>Christopher <br>
 
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