Portable combustion analysis system

  • 18-Dec-2009 09:30 EST
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Kistler Instrument's KiBox To Go type 2893A mobile combustion analysis system allows accurate determination of the key combustion analysis parameters in real time under actual operating conditions. With the aid of CrankSmart technology, the crank angle signals of the vehicle’s sensor can also be used for accurate engine combustion analysis. This approach avoids the previously necessary optical crank angle encoder and reduces installation and maintenance work. An easy-to-understand user interface, PiezoSmart sensor identification and automatic plausibility checks guarantee prompt measurement availability and high-quality data, says the company. Integration into the INCA application system ensures combustion analysis parameters can be recorded and analyzed synchronously with the ECU nominal data. The KiBox To Go offers a suitable approach for both engine applications and troubleshooting.

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