Automotive ECU Fault Insertion
Automotive ECU fault simulation is often used at prototype design to simulate most faults. This can be done manually by shorting pins to Ground or Vcc or by simulating opens or shorts. By means of PXI Fault Simulations Modules these faults can be simulated according a fixed repeatable procedure.
Diesel Engine Temperature Simulation
Every Diesel engine contains multiple temperature sensor to monitor engine behavior. To test the Control Modules is not wanted or realistic to use a complete Diesel Engine. Simulating these temperature sensor is more than welcome, which simulates a fixed temperature. PXI RTD modules can be used by automatic simulating every temperature needed.
Cleanroom monitoring in pharmaceutical labs and products environments according FDA Part 11
For the development of new medicins, or the manufacturing or storage of medicins or substances for pharmaceutical purposes, monitoring of environmental conditions is demanded by the FDA part 11. Temperature, humidity, particle density, and pressure needs to be acquired and stored. Also, any intervention in the process should be recorded for audit purposes. The storage of data should be safe from any manipulation. Read more how Delphin dataloggers and including software can be used to meet the demand required in this area.
Full control, monitoring, and analysis on Vibration Test Stands
The Adwin concept includes hardware with analog and digital inputs and outputs with an onboard processor. With this architecture, fast actions are possible on inputs. This ability can be applied on controlling Vibration Test Stands. Sensors connected to the inputs of an ADwin system can measure the positions of the vibration table, an via the outputs the electronic or mechanical drives of the table can be controlled. At the same time other sensors, connected to the Object under test, can be measured. More about combining functionality with these unique hardware concept combined with GUI based software on the PC through the link.
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