Automotive Industry

Problem: Large 40 tonne vibration test bench supported on air bags would create a wave pattern due to the frequency, in turn this would distort the results and cause the test bench to shut down.

We provided a closed loop Fairchild transducer and display monitor systems controlling three banks of air bags in a test bed at an automotive test facility.

By connecting several air bags to different transducers we introduced a random increase and decrease in pressure across the base resulting in the bed maintaining a level operating environment increased the length of testing and the level of testing.

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