With the development of Dx telemetry, we focused on the needs of the user: whether on the test bench, test track or in a factory setting – by creating a modular system with universal transmitters, the Dx covers a wide range of applications – a certain economic advantage even in times of declining budgets.
The integrated diversity mode ensures maximum noise immunity during data transfer. In addition, along with actual measurement signals, redundancies for error detection are also transmitted.
This ensures that the receiver unit outputs only correctly transmitted data.
Freely programmable transmission frequencies allow for avoidance of already used frequencies and parallel operations can be set up using multiple telemetry systems.
For seamless integration of the Dx into your existing measurement hardware, it comes standard with a variety of interfaces:
- CAN output
- Analog outputs
- Ethernet interface
|Voltage supply||9 up to 36 V DC|
|Power consumption||< 5 W|
|CAN interface||CAN 2.0b,|
Standard- & Extended-Identifier,
Freely programmable up to max. 1 MBaud
|Connection according to ISO 11898, galvanically-isolated|
|Analog output||6 BNC jacks||Channels freely assignable, output max. ±10 V|
|Antennas||2 independent receiver systems operating in diversity mode|
|Storage||SD card (SDHC)|
|Synchronization||Synchronized sampling & regulated transmission frequencies of up to 4 transmitter units (SCTs)|
|Temperature range||-20°C to +65°C|
|Display||2.83 inch OLED, 320 x 240 px|
|Dimensions||ca. 170 x 130 x 53 mm|
|Weight||ca. 0.8 kg|
|Option: speed recording||input for yaw rate sensor||Online calculation of power from the torsional moment and speed|
|Option: data logger||storage of measured data on integrated SD card||in preparation|