Test cell controller

  • 25-Jul-2011 08:24 EDT
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Wineman Technology introduces the Rapid integrated, multi-axis test cell controller and data acquisition systems. Implementation- and user-friendly, Rapid features 4 kHz, digital proportional-integral-derivative loop closure with spare analog and digital inputs to provide data-logging capabilities. The 19-in (483-mm) rack-mount controller offers real-time motion control and data acquisition for applications including dynamometers, servo-hydraulic test systems, and other test cell applications including materials load frame testing, small engine test cells, tire lab testing, and engine and transmission remanufacturing. Preconfigured I/O with screw terminal connectors for channel connectivity and externally accessible switches for configuring voltage or current inputs are included. A desktop computer is preloaded with control software and examples; custom applications are available.

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