Data acquisition and control system

  • 03-Jan-2017 04:34 EST
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DynPro2 from Taylor Dynamometer (Milwaukee, WI) is a data acquisition and control system that provides one common platform for engine, vehicle and industrial component testing. The system can automate the industrial controls for a room, test cell and even an entire test-cell facility, allowing the user to integrate room temperature, lights, safety interlocks and more into a user’s overall testing process. According to the company, DynPro2 is simple to use, but flexible enough for the most rigorous applications. Frequently-run tests can be easily created and run repeatedly with the click of a button. The company claims operators are able to quickly create custom tests for those unique testing applications just by entering a few values. The system communicates with electronic engines through a multi-protocol interface device (MPID) using the supported protocols: J1708/J1587, J1939 and OBDII. For more information, visit http://www.taylordyno.com/.

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