Tachometer Generators

Rugged AC Tachometers measure rotational speed of diesel engines.
Tachometer Generators

Rugged AC Tachometers measure rotational speed of diesel engines.

Designed for jet and diesel engine rotational speed measurements, WESTCON Model 758-9905000 converts rotational shaft speed input into linear analog voltage output. Approximate starting torque is 2.0 oz-in., which is maintained at running speeds up to 1,000 rpm, and multi-pole cylindrical magnet turns within wound stator constructed from transformer iron lamination material. Dustproof aluminum...

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AC Tachometer Generators have rugged, explosionproof design.
Tachometer Generators

AC Tachometer Generators have rugged, explosionproof design.

Offering maintenance-free operation via bearing- and brush-free design, WESTCON 758-9910001 industrial AC tachometer generators support predictive maintenance requirements of aerospace, oil and gas drilling, industrial mud pumps, and waste/wastewater pumps and systems with 24/7 rotational speed monitoring. Products convert rotational shaft speed inputs into linear analog voltage output and...

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Tachometer Generators

DC Tachometer Generator

A Servo-Tek DC tachometer generator provides a convenient and economical means of converting rotational speed into an isolated analog voltage signal suitable for remote indication and control. While this contains information on our most popular models, we also manufacture countless special tach generators. Construction Most of our DC tach generators are housed in aluminum casings protected in...

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