RASDELTA MEASUREMENT BOARDS
Do you have many and different measurements, which vary depending according to the application? Then benefit from our modular and flexible RASdelta measurement boards! We offer you a comprehensive and application-oriented measurement data acquisition of torsional vibrations, temperature, acceleration, velocity and sound. Depending on your requirements, you can interchange the powerful boards and adapt them to your measuring device.
RASDELTA SPEED BOARD
With the RASdelta speed board, you record precise, multi-channel and digital speed measurement data for all transmission, control and auxiliary drive tests. It is the basis for torsional vibration analysis. The data is acquired via magnetic, angular equidistant scanning, an incremental encoder or a laser.
RASDELTA ANALOG BOARDS
With the RASdelta analog boards, you can measure analog quantities such as airborne and structure-borne noise, acceleration, temperature, displacement or pressure. These quantities can be used, for example, to determine the position of a sound source or to carry out detailed valve train or cylinder pressure investigations. The analog measurement data is acquired by equidistant sampling.
RASRASDELTA Temperature BOARD
With the RASdelta temperature board, you record measurement data from resistance thermometers and thermocouples. The measurement of the oil temperature in vehicles is indispensable, especially for transmission tests.
RASDELTA CAN BUS BOARD
With the CAN-BUS board, you can record CAN and OBD-II variables and evaluate them in relation to torsional vibration analysis. This allows you to include already available quantities in the measurement without further sensor applications.
RASDELTA DMS BOARD
The RASdelta strain gauge board is an integrated two-channel DC voltage amplifier for signal acquisition from strain gauge-based, piezoresistive, magnetoresistive or potentiometric transducers. These include force, torque, pressure, displacement and angle sensors or scales. A big advantage of the board is that you can do without additional measuring amplifiers.