I represent a student group from Imperial College London doing a project on overspeed detection in Robinson Helicopters. Is there any of you who has access to some sort of datasheet of the tachometers or Hall effect sensors that the Robinson helicopters use to measure the rotor speed? These would be of incredible help and you users would benefit as well from a safer helicopter!
Looking forward to hearing from someone!
If you have not already, I would recommend reviewing the service manuals and Illustrated parts guides found on the Robinson Helicopter Factory Site. Additionally someone here may have specific information to your question. We would all be interested in your findings.
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