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Tach Signal To Constant DC


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oose 
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this is for a 92 Mazda B2200,
I need a tach signal converted to 12V constant, non pulsed - is there a converter or does anyone know of a diagram to make one?
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if you only want voltage when the engine is running why not just use  the oil pressure switch to trigger a relay? if your truck uses a sender and not switch, you can get a N/O oil pressure switch with what ever size pipe thread you want at any parts store along with any fittings to plumb it in.
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I was thinking of that,
it might be easier if I went that direction.
Thanks
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To convert a tach signal to a digital signal you just need a frequency switch - do a Google search they are pretty cheap and easy to come by.

Kevin Pierson

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