Whoever is testing, expects their measurements to be precise and accurate! In connection with strain gauge measurements and bridge sensors, the accompanying white paper provides an explanation to a number of terms and concepts that may be a bit confusing at times.
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imc Meßsysteme GmbH has taken a stake in the Munich-based sensor and telemetry specialist, CAEMAX Technologie GmbH. The goal of this relationship is to provide customers with complete solutions in the fields of vehicle and machine testing and to relieve the burden of demanding test and measurement tasks by taking on complete system responsibility.
Once a test object is gauged, the connection of a data acquisition system to the strain gauges is a basic task. However, this task can only be performed once the test object is available, and the testing can only proceed once the connections and calibration of the inputs are verified. The connection, using conventional screw terminals, provides a temporary connection that can be easily removed, but this still takes time to insure performance and the correct connectivity.
The imc systems, in conjunction with the optional Termination Boxes from imc Partner A-TECH, can reduce the time needed for connection of each channel dramatically.
The Automotive Testing Expo China opened on 15 September to tremendous success, with almost 3,000 attendees walking through the exhibition doors on the first day alone. Productive vehicle testing solutions were presented at the imc booth - a lot of customers stopped by. All in all: a sucessful event.
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