Seven Good Reasons Why the WFT-Cx Wheel Force Transducer Is the Right Choice
In test drives or on the test stand — imc aims to find the most adequate measurement solutions quickly and effectively when it comes to automotive and vehicle testing.
Robust systems from imc operate reliably during test drives, even in extremely harsh environments. Having black-box functionality, PC-independence, suitability for an extended temperature range, and shock/vibration resistance — our systems are fully integrated and stand ready for road trials. Furthermore, our systems are able to precisely capture a wide range of signals received from virtually any type of sensor, have a tolerant power supply, come with convenient, simple connections and can synchronously capture field bus data, such as CAN, LIN or FlexRay. The modular construction of systems, such as the imc CRONOSflex, preserves the highest signal quality because distributed modules can be placed close to the sensor.
Test stand technology from imc is easily integrated, flexible and includes open and closed loop control capabilities.
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The imc Brake Test System is a comprehensive test solution for those developing modern vehicle brake systems. It consists of a modular data acquisition system, including optional sensor technology and wheel telemetry, and a software package for all common brake tests.
Whether vehicle dynamics tests, brake tests or determination of load spectra - the new 6-component Wheel Force Transducer WFT-Cx measures all forces and torques acting on the vehicle with high precision. The robust housing reliably protects against dirt, water and snow and allows applications in any weather.
With the innovative CLSx steering effort sensor, the original steering wheel of your vehicle becomes a high-precision instrument that measures steering torque, angle, steering velocity and acceleration in x, y and z directions.
- Direct input of vehicle bus systems such as CANbus, FlexRay, LIN and other vehicle busses
- Synchronous, multi-channel data capture
- Extremely durable, compact hardware for road tests that don't require a PC to operate (black box functionality, extended temperature range, shock and vibration proof)
- Decentralized, distributed measurement: effective, flexible and reliable
- Repeatable tests
- Quick and reliable measurement results thanks to integrated hardware and software solutions
- Save time: Real time calculations already integrated in the measurement device
- TEDS capability - automatic sensor input
- All of our measurement devices feature networking and synchronization capabilities
- All imc systems can be controlled via one software program
- Application-specific expansions
- Your one stop partner for measurement engineering - we provide solutions for the entire measurement cycle