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Tachometer using arduino [Project]
posted July 4 2014 14:49.24 by spic0m




Tachometer is a device used for measuring the number of revolutions of an object in a given interval of time. Usually it is expressed in revolutions per minute or RPM. Earlier tachometers purely mechanical where the revolution is transferred to the tachometer through mechanical coupling (cable or shaft) , the rpm is determined using a gear mechanism and it is displayed on a dial. With the advent of modern electronics, the tachometers have changed a lot. This article is about a contactless digital tachometer using arduino. The speed of the motor can be also controlled using the same circuit. The RPM and all the other information are displayed on a 16x2 LCD screen.


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  • At 15 June 2015, 9:15:30 user Alphonse wrote:   [reply @ Alphonse]
    • I am interested in digittal tachometer usinng arduino plus motor speed control.That is why i need to kow mutch about IR sensor used (datasheet, sensing range and cost). Thank you! God bless u.












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