What does a tachometer measure?

Answer A tachometer is an instrument that measures the rotational speed of a disk or shaft, generally found in a motor or other type of machine. Tachometers indicate the speed, typically in revolutions pe... Read More »

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What does a tachometer gauge plug into?

A tachometer gauge will plug into the wiring harness directly behind the original gauge, or have wires run to the distributor and battery. Among the wires will be a white and a black wire, which wi... Read More »

What Is the Purpose of a Tachometer?

Tachometers measure rotational speed. An automobile tachometer displays the motor's rotations per minute, giving you feedback on whether the motor is operating correctly and when to shift gears. Ta... Read More »

What does a cup measure?

A one-cup measuring cup is equal to 8 fluid ounces, 1/2 pint or 16 tablespoons. Liquid measuring cups have a lip that help ensure accuracy and prevent spilling, while measuring cups with a flat edg... Read More »

What does humidity measure?

Humidity is the amount water vapor in the air. Relative humidity is perhaps the most common expression of humidity, but it also can be expressed as absolute humidity, specific humidity and more by ... Read More »