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On any older typical outboard installation you'd find a tachometer at the helm and that is about it.
The LCI-V model is offered with standard features, including a 1 hp variable speed drive for operation up to 10,000 rpm, 316 stainless steel wetted parts, four stator heads, a temperature probe to monitor batch temperature, a vacuum and jacketed mix vessel, raw material addition ports in the cover, and controls, including a tachometer, timer, speed, etc.
THREE Black Country binmen have lost their jobs after claims they were setting their own hours by tampering with tachometers on their lorries.
I have personally used a GIDEP Urgent Data Request to locate an obsolete magnetic material required for the manufacture of tachometer rotors for the TF-39 engines (used on the Galaxy C-5A aircraft).
This new tachometer features a thick rubber protective shell for protection and resistance to airborne water or particulate damage.
SKF is introducing an intrinsically safe, multi-functional tachometer for non-contact laser measurement of rotational or linear devices.
A digital tachometer is also available for monitoring the functioning of the mixer motor.
Paul, MN-based TSI has recently introduced the Model L5200 Lasor-Speed Noncontact Length and Speed Measurement Gauge, an affordable and highly accurate alternative to tachometers or encoders.