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Definition of tachometer
Tachometer Ta*chom"e*ter, n. [Gr. ? swiftness, speed (fr.
tachy`s quick) + -meter: cf. F. tachom[`e]tre.]
An instrument for measuring the velocity, or indicating
changes in the velocity, of a moving body or substance.
(a) An instrument for measuring the velocity of running water
in a river or canal, consisting of a wheel with inclined
vanes, which is turned by the current. The rotations of
the wheel are recorded by clockwork.
(b) An instrument for showing at any moment the speed of a
revolving shaft, consisting of a delicate revolving
conical pendulum which is driven by the shaft, and the
action of which by change of speed moves a pointer which
indicates the speed on a graduated dial.
(c) (Physiol.) An instrument for measuring the velocity of
the blood; a h[ae]matachometer.
tachometerHydrometer Hy*drom"e*ter, n. [Hydro-, 1 + -meter: cf. F.
1. (Physics) An instrument for determining the specific
gravities of liquids, and thence the strength spirituous
liquors, saline solutions, etc.
Note: It is usually made of glass with a graduated stem, and
indicates the specific gravity of a liquid by the depth
to which it sinks in it, the zero of the scale marking
the depth to which it sinks in pure water. Extra
weights are sometimes used to adapt the scale to
liquids of different densities.
2. An instrument, variously constructed, used for measuring
the velocity or discharge of water, as in rivers, from
reservoirs, etc., and called by various specific names
according to its construction or use, as tachometer,
rheometer, hydrometer, pendulum, etc.; a current
Meaning of tachometer from wikipedia
- A tachometer
(revolution-counter, tach, rev-counter, RPM gauge) is an instrument measuring
the rotation speed
of a shaft
or disk, as in a motor
- This is 2,000 rpm higher
than the previous
and was the highest tachometer redline
of any 2006 production
engine. The true...
fuel and temperature
gauges. The lower dashboard
has an analog tachometer
odometer. The 10th and present generation
saw the two-tier...
- between DEUTA
-Werke GmbH, English: German Speedometer
Works, Ltd.) and OTA Apparate
GmbH (Offenbacher Tachometer
-Werke GmbH, English:...
- A wheel speed sensor
or vehicle speed sensor
(VSS) is a type of tachometer
. It is a sender device
used for reading
of a vehicle's wheel
- CB125S0. UK model
CB125S with tachometer
end. 1974 - Front
drum brake changed
to disk, tachometer
was added. 1976 - Engine
- 90% of its peak torque available
from 3,700 rpm to 9,000 rpm. An LCD tachometer
was ****ed to the LFA as an analog fixture allegedly
was not responsive...
- 7L/100 km city and 4.3L/100 km hwy. Other added features
were an 8000 rpm tachometer
at 6000 rpm, lightweight
13-inch (330 mm) aluminum
starter). The gauges included
and a tachometer
1976, when the tachometer
for that and subsequent
- manufacturer's limit known
as the redline
(literally the red line marked
on the tachometer
). At some point beyond
the redline, engine damage
may occur. Limiters...
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