Re: Best solution to count RPM
On Tue, 05 Aug 2008 00:09:12 +0200, Nils <n.pipenbrinck@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
AZ Nomad wrote:
Counting pulses can lead to very long sample times at low rpms if more than a
digit or two of precision is desired.
I know. But tell me how a Frequency to Voltage converter can increase
if you measure the pulse width instead, you don't run into long sample
times at low rpms.
Another solution I've seen is to use a PLL frequency multiplier. :-)
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