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revolution counter

noun

  1. a device for counting or recording the number of revolutions made by a rotating shaft, as of a motor or engine.


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Besides, the pulley shaft actuates a revolution counter, and a clock measures the time employed in the experiment.

The watch, anemometer and revolution counter were all automatically started and stopped simultaneously.

I had nothing to do other than to give occasional attention to the revolution counter, altimetre, and speed-dial.

The addition of a revolution counter to the drum, then, will solve the problem.

While a coil is being wound, it is a simple matter to count the turns by any simple form of revolution counter.

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