Thanks in advance for direction and help.
Does anybody know of a cheap frequency tester, or a cheap way of testing the frequency. I guess the fluke testers are good, but they are not cheap.
This will sound crazy, but I thought of testing the frequency with an old 33rpm record player.
I figured I'd see how many revolutions it would make (in say 3mins)hooked up to the grid,and then compare it to my generator output. I'd have an idea if my generators output was on the high, or low side and adjust the rpm accordingly.
It would be a lot easier though if I could find a cheap (but relatively good tester) out there.
This is a hobby for me so I don't really want to spend a ton of money if I don't have to.
Anybody got any ideas?