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Programmable Speedometer

Faria/Beede Instruments, Inc

[American]
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1-860- 848 9271
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E-mail:
bill.d@faria-instruments.com

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Product Type:
Consumer Electronics
Post Date :
2014-08-14 16:36:28
Expiry Date:
6 months
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Electronic speedometers operate by capturing pulses produced by a sensor. The pulses are then elctronically converted to a speed reading very much like a tachometer converts ignition pulses to RPM.
The Faria/Beede Instruments, Inc. has been manufacturing “World Class” Instrumentation in Uncasville, CT for more than 50 years (Established in 1956) and has grown from a company that primarily produced tachometers for the marine and auto industries into a company that today offers a multitude of analog and digital engine monitoring instrumentation to a wide range of global markets.
In the early 1960’s Faria/Beede started producing tachometers with the Ford Motor Company. The first application was for the Comet Rally Pack and the Falcon Sprint. Faria/Beede later designed and developed tachometers for the famed Mustang and Shelby Cobra. Faria/Beede has supplied Volkswagen of America, Chrysler Corp. During this period Faria/Beede was producing more than a million tachometers per year.
By the Late 1970’s Faria/Beede’s customer base expanded to include such equipment manufactures as Caterpillar, Allis Chalmers, International Harvester, Bobcat, etc., etc. Stationary power equipment and Gen-set manufacturers, all who found Faria/Beede instruments to be rugged enough to withstand the most harsh environments.
Electronic speedometers operate by capturing pulses produced by a sensor. The pulses are then elctronically converted to a speed reading very much like a tachometer converts ignition pulses to RPM.