Berlin, 14 March 2019 – At the SENSOR+TEST trade show in Nuremberg, Germany, imc Test & Measurement GmbH will present imc CRONOS-XT, the world's first highly dynamic measurement system that is both modularly clickable and waterproof. A new modular technology allows the base unit and measurement modules to be connected without tools and cables to form a complete system without sacrificing protection. The robust housing and the flexibility to choose from a variety of modules make the imc CRONOS-XT the ideal measurement system for demanding tests on vehicles, agricultural machinery and engineering applications.
Berlin, 14 March 2019 – The new Version 7.4 of the data analysis software imc FAMOS is now available. Version 7.4 offers numerous improvements for more efficient and faster operations. The display and navigation of large data sets in the curve window has been significantly accelerated. The creation of evaluation sequences is also easier with new code folding, extended syntax highlighting and new search options. In addition, functions for integrating and remotely controlling Excel have been comprehensively expanded. Completely new usability scenarios result from the option to choose your own imc Panels as the exclusive user interface and thus create individual “imc FAMOS Apps”.
Munich, 14 March 2019 – With the new Dx-Speed, a convenient system for non-contact rotation rate acquisition on vehicles, CAEMAX has expanded its Dx sensor system, which won the messtec + sensor masters award in 2018. With the CAEMAX Dx-Speed, wheel slip and aquaplaning can be measured synchronously, precisely and without major effort on all four wheels. Thanks to its innovative technology, the system does not require a stator or an external reference point to measure the rotation rates. The attachment of the sensor to the rim is therefore very easy to manage and takes very little time.
Berlin, 26 June 2018 – At the SENSOR+TEST 2018 trade fair in Nürnberg, Germany, KMT - Kraus Messtechnik GmbH together with imc Meßsysteme GmbH presented their new MTP-NT multi-channel measurement system. The system is characterized by a completely modular design and can be used both in stationary and telemetric configurations. It consists of a controller module, an inductive supply unit and freely combinable sensor modules. With two basic module types, one universal for voltage, strain gauge and IEPE sensors and one temperature module for thermocouples and PT100/1000, all typical sensors can be acquired. Depending on the task, the user can combine the modules to suit the number and type of sensors and form a customized system with up to 256 channels.
At the trade fair SENSOR+TEST in Nuremberg, Germany, imc Meßsysteme GmbH is presenting the new generation of its multi-channel measurement system imc SPARTAN. Equipped with a new base unit, the systems now support the entire imc portfolio of field and vehicle bus interfaces including CAN-FD. In addition, the new generation enables synchronization via network (NTP) and the fast IRIG-B Standard. The measurement modules also include 16-channel isolated temperature and voltage measurement amplifiers, as well as bridge amplifiers with a maximum sampling rate of 500 Hz per channel. A new, economically priced module has been added for connecting LVDT-based sensors, such as inductive displacement transducers. In addition to analog measurement amplifiers, imc SPARTAN offers digital inputs and outputs, as well as pulse counter inputs for incremental encoders.
CAEMAX Technology GmbH has developed a new system for wireless temperature measurement on vehicle wheels. The system is based on CAEMAX Dx telemetry and measures up to four thermocouples on one wheel. With a sampling rate of 200 Hz, even highly dynamic temperature gradients can be precisely examined during brake tests. A robust housing (IP67) reliably protects against wind and weather. Using a mounting plate, the telemetry unit can be attached quickly and securely to the vehicle's wheel bolts, thus ensuring that nothing stands in the way of even the toughest applications on the test track. Thanks to a powerful rechargeable battery, up to 50 hours of operation with only one charge is possible.
Berlin, 22 January 2018 – The world-wide data analysis software imc FAMOS helps engineers, technicians and scientists daily to efficiently analyze large amounts of data from research, development, production and maintenance. With the new imc FAMOS 7.3 version, imc Meßsysteme GmbH has added optimized digital value for its users. In addition to improved usability, the software also provides an interface to the popular open-source statistics package “R”, providing access to the expertise of a global community.