Small motoring dynamometers

  • 18-Dec-2012 09:23 EST

SAKOR Technologies, Inc.’s MicroDyne series of small motoring dynamometers is suitable for testing in a wide range of automotive, military, and aerospace testing applications. It is capable of testing all types of small rotary devices such as motors, pumps, generators, and compressors. Engineered specifically for low power applications, the MicroDyne is a fully functional, four-quadrant dynamometer. Versions of the device are available in sizes from 100 W to 5 kW. For applications operating at 5 kW and above, SAKOR’s AccuDyne AC dynamometer system is readily compatible with larger rotary components as well as conventional engine and powertrain systems, hybrid vehicle drives, and electric motors.

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