For visitors searching for customized system solutions then make sure to stop by the Shanghai Strong Measurement & Control Tech booth where company experts will be on hand to discuss a variety of automotive test equipment products
ECU integration and simulation testing requires a robust and reliable CAN bus, and with the CAN FD stress hardware VH6501 from Vector users can create specific and reproducible disturbances on the CAN bus, measuring its physical properties and logical level (recessive or dominant).
Developing ADAS requires extensive testing. For instance, it is sometimes necessary for ADAS ECUs to identify various driving images even with camera distortion, dust, shaking vibration and bad weather.
Dynamometer test engineering is crucial when evaluating drivetrains, transmissions and electric motors.
Engineers that have been using the RS series flow meters from VSE Volumentechnik but require a pick-up system for use in difficult conditions will be pleased to know that the company will be at Automotive Testing Expo Korea 2018 to demonstrate its new high temperature pick-up system for use with all sizes in the RS series.
While voltage in the automotive world is fairly standard, with batteries supplying DC power in 12V, 24V or 42V, variance can be caused by a range of factors, such as engine starting or chattering in the electrical circuit.
If you are looking for partners to distribute electronic products to the Korean automotive market then you may wish to speak with Zeecom.
As the only part of a vehicle that touches the road, tires are one of the most important components. Testing tires requires a rig that provides realistic vehicle and road conditions. A&D’s tire test rig has six degrees of freedom enabling users to simulate almost any vehicle and road condition.
For debugging and troubleshooting automotive electronics, Teledyne LeCroy’s HDO and MDA series oscilloscopes are ideal. These high-definition oscilloscope product lines range from 200MHz to 1GHz bandwidth and utilize 12-bit HD4096 technology.
Designed to meet or exceed all known standards set for the EU RDE-LDV emission test program, the fifth generation SEMTECH light duty vehicle based portable emissions measurement system (PEMS) is the culmination of 15 years of experience in the design, development, and application of PEMS technology.
Infomagix displays VCD5-GPS/LOG, a performance measurement and drive recorder device with built-in 100Hz GPS. This device supports CAN data statistics and display functions, and provides an additional data logging function.
In an attempt to address discrepancies between lab-based emission test cycles (NEDC and WLTP) and real world driving conditions, all OEMs selling to the EU are now required to carry out RDE testing using PEMS equipment.