How Does a Diesel Rev Counter Work?

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A diesel rev-counter or tachometer as it is also known as is an instrument that measures the rotation speed of a shaft like in a motor or other machine. This appliance normally displays the RPM (revolutions per minute) on a calibrated analogue dial. They show the rate of rotation of the mechanism's crankshaft. It has markings indicating a safe range of rotation speeds. Visit Wikipedia for more information.
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