Small engine test system

  • 30-Mar-2011 02:57 EDT
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VersaDyne from SAKOR Technologies is a completely integrated, turn-key system for testing small two- and four-cycle engines. It is suitable for testing engines found in equipment such as small outboard motors, motorcycles, off-road vehicles, tractors, lawn-care tools, and generators. Available in sizes ranging from 5 to 30 kW (6.7 to 40.2 hp), the system features the versatility of a regenerative AC motoring dynamometer in a convertible, horizontal/vertical package. Using modern Flux Vector technology, the VersaDyne’s AC motoring dynamometer offers precise speed and torque control over a very wide dynamic range. Its power-efficient, regenerative design returns absorbed power to the plant mains, resulting in minimal heat rejection and little or no need for external cooling.

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