Tachometer/RPM.

Easy to build using only a few components. With some modifications, it can be used in an automobile. This Tachometer uses a PIC 16F628.(06/12/2004)

 

CODE: JP6283 - PIC: 16F628

 

This digital tachometer can measure up to 30,000 RPM (or maybe more, none of my motors can rotate more than 35,000 rpm). Here is the pinout information:

 

tachometer/JP6283DS.gif Pinout information for the tachometer.

 

Pin 3 defines the Display type: Common Cathode or Common Anode.
Pin 4 is the signal input, you can use optical sensors (Fototransistors, fotoresistors, etc), magnetic sensors (Hall effect, reed switch, etc) or using a switch.

 

DO NOT CONNECT ANY SIGNAL DIRECTLY TO PIN 4. High voltages can damage the PIC. If the input signal is more than 5 Volts, Use a driver as TTL, CMOS, Amp Operational or Transistors.

 

The RPM are divided by 10 when displayed, That means, a reading of 1200 means 12,000 RPM.

 

Tachometer/rpm schematic

 

Download the HEX code HERE

 

NOTE: Use only 10Mhz xtal and 22pf or 33pf capacitors.

 


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