How do tachometers work?

Answer A tachometer, or rev counter, is a device that counts the revolutions of a mechanical object over a set time period. For example, a car's dashboard tachometer counts the number of revolutions per m... Read More »

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What does rpm on tachometers stand for?

RPM on tachometers stands for "revolutions per minute." According to the Columbia Encyclopedia, a tachometer is used to indicate the speed at which the shaft of an engine is rotating, as measured i... Read More »

How to Mount Tachometers Without Drilling?

A tachometer measures the revolutions per minute, or RPM, of a working engine. Many cars today have tachometers built into its system of gauges. This has not always been the case. Vehicles without ... Read More »

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Can a person who got injury on work and is on disability insurance work part time doing light work?

This one depends on the limits of your disability insurance. If you are on Social Security Disability (SSD), you must report that you are working but you are allowed to work a few hours and dependi... Read More »