Dynamometers for rotational testing

  • 30-Dec-2011 11:41 EST

SAKOR Technologies’ Accudyne family of ac motoring dynamometers is a flexible system that is readily compatible with a range of testing applications, including conventional engine and powertrain systems, hybrid vehicle drives, electric motors, and rotary components. Available in sizes ranging from fractional to more than 2000 hp (1470 kW) and speeds in excess of 30,000 rpm, Accudyne dynamometers are suitable for almost any rotational testing need. According to the company, modern vector drive technology allows the Accudyne system to provide true four-quadrant capability with completely seamless crossover between motoring and loading modes. For more sophisticated testing requirements, the Accudyne dynamometer family also offers several advanced features.

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