Popular Engine Tach Settings on MGL EMS Systems

Popular Engine Tach Settings on MGL EMS Systems

Rotax 912/914: 6 Pulses per Revolution

Aerovee: 6 Pulses per Revolution

Lycoming/Continental 6-cylinder: 1.5 pulses per revolution

Lycoming/Continental 4-cylinder: 1 pulse per revolution

Most engines are either 1 or 6 pulse per revolution

Jabiru Engines w/ Inductance Sensor: 2 pulses per revolution, red wire to RDAC, black wire to ground, HI-GAIN on
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