Hello everyone,I'm looking for information about the feasibility of a project: basically I would like to build a device that counts the number of revolutions that a disk makes. However, it is necessary that the device is fixed on the same rotating disk.Assuming there are no problems with connections, batteries etc... How feasible is this thing?I have never worked with gyroscopes and accelerometers and looking on the internet I found only projects that use optical sensors but, as mentioned above, I need to count the number of revolutions with the counter device directly mounted on the rotating disc.Thanks in advance.
Perhaps more information will bring better answers. How will you device know it has made a revolution? How will that information get to the non-revolving world, or is that not necessary? What revolution rates are you contemplating? Is the revolution rate changing? IF it is not, the acceleration is zero.Paul