Dynamometer test cells

  • 13-Sep-2012 04:07 EDT
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SAKOR Technologies Inc.’s dynamometer lab consists of test cells for engine, powertrain, and component turnkey testing. At the core of each test cell design is the DynoLAB PT data acquisition and control system, which integrates external devices, including dynamometers, throttle actuators, spark and fuel controllers, combustion analysis systems, emission analyzers, and other smart I/O devices, into a single, coherent test system. Based on individual customer requirements, SAKOR engineers select each of these components, as well as all sensors, actuators, and any necessary cell mechanics including cooling systems, fuel conditioning systems, couplings, driveshafts, guards, bed plates, dynamometer bases, and docking carts, to build the most suitable test cell equipment for each customer’s specific needs.

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