Data recorders for safety testing

  • 09-Feb-2009 03:50 EST

­Diversified Technical Syste­ms­' Slice Micro and Slice Nano are the firm's next-generation data recorders for the automotive test market. They are additions to the e-Sensing brand that meets the needs of emerging test and monitoring applications. Slice has features and functions that benefit integration into crash test dummies and head and leg forms as well as use on vehicles for crash and NVH testing. The Slice modular product design enables users to create flexible, customized systems by stacking and/or chaining units together to achieve the exact feature and channel combination desired in three-channel increments, up to hundreds of channels. It is software-configurable for sample rate, recording time, gain, offset, triggering, and anti-alias filtering, and it exceeds SAE J211 and ISO 6487 requirements. A nine-channel Slice Nano recorder with 16 GB memory has a volume of less than one cubic inch.

For more information, visit booth 210 at the SAE 2009 World Congress­.
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