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2008-12-23
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Averna’s tight synchronization of a few nanoseconds for phase diversity applications performed on its universal receiver tester (URT) represents a step forward in the generation, capture, and playback of RF signals.
2008-12-23
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Laser Design's 3-D laser scanning technology will be integrated with CMM systems from Wenzel-Xspect.
2008-12-22
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Microstar Laboratories' MSXB 086 signal interface module monitors up to 16 current loops, providing data for real-time processing or later analysis.
2008-12-22
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The series 660 embeddable accelerometers from IMI Sensors are suitable for continuous shock and vibration monitoring in high-volume and commercial OEM applications.
2008-12-15
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Projects requiring environmental monitoring are enhanced with Dickson Multi-Feature Digital Display Temperature & Humidity Data Loggers that feature both push-to-start and push-to-stop functions.
2008-12-15
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Telemetrix products from RT Logic enable full-loop communications system testing at radio frequency or intermediate frequency without requiring actual flights.
2008-12-15
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Loadstar Sensors’ iPedal brake testing solution includes a sensor and an interface with optional application software to improve use with digital USB or analog 0-5 V dc output.
2008-12-15
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Setra Systems offers a compact 3100 Series pressure transducer for OEM applications including hydraulic and engine controls, industrial processes, off-highway equipment, compressors, and pumps.
2008-12-12
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Wavelength-scanned cavity ring down spectroscopy (WS-CRDS) is a recently commercialized technology from Picarro Inc. that enables small molecules to be quantitatively detected using their unique near IR absorption lines. In a WS-CRDS instrument, light from a wavelength-tunable laser diode enters the sampling cavity that contains three mirrors with exceptionally high (>99.999%) reflectivity.
2008-12-02
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Other than using dynamic spin testing, the only alternative to test for both accurate static and dynamic stress in a turbine blade is to run the blade in an actual jet engine.
2008-11-24
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Many labs are already heavily engaged with testing to meet the Tier 4 Interim phase targets of 2011 and will only increase the proportion of work for Tier 4 as the final phase approaches in 2014.
2008-11-19
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Pratt & Whitney Canada (P&WC) announced plans to establish an aerospace center at Montreal-Mirabel International Airport for the final assembly and test of the new generation PW800 family of engines. A total of $575.3 million will be invested in the Mirabel Aerospace Centre and P&WC's other Quebec facilities over the next five years.
2008-11-16
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GE Aviation and NASA are coming together for a wind-tunnel test program to evaluate counterrotating fan-blade systems for open rotor jet engine designs, which could sharply reduce fuel consumption.
2008-11-15
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Saelig's PoKeys55T USB board combines standard keyboard and joystick simulation but does not require complex programming knowledge.
2008-11-15
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Kavlico offers a robust differential sensor for use with after-treatment systems to monitor particulate matter in diesel engine exhaust.
2008-11-13
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The TFF400 Reaction Torque Sensor from FUTEK Advanced Sensor Technology features a USB digital interface with 16-bit resolution.
2008-11-07
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Tracer Products' Cobra and Cobra-Plus borescopes feature built-in UV and white light LEDs that enable technicians to inspect and leak check hard-to-see components, such as pistons, intake valves, A/C evaporators, fuel systems, radiators, and evaporative emissions systems, without disassembly.
2008-11-06
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The crash test dummy has an able-bodied sidekick whose internal organs are virtually identical to that of an average adult male.
2008-11-06
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A suspension supplier took the customization route to obtain a comprehensive apparatus for testing and verifying in-development technology for passenger vehicles.
2008-11-04
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A European-based company recently opened its first overseas testing facility, and the U.S. site offers test machines not found elsewhere in the domestic market.
2008-11-04
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Replicating the environmental conditions in which hybrid vehicle electric motors operate brings a new dimension to accelerated durability testing.
2008-11-04
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A supplier's test-shop-on-wheels enables engineers to test and install properly fitted wiper blades in a few hours, saving the time and cost associated with the conventional weeks-long approach to testing.
2008-10-18
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When Boeing asked Avtron Aerospace Inc. to design a test stand for its 787 Dreamliner, there was one major hurdle to overcome: the type of hydraulic hose needed to plumb the test stand did not exist. To meet its needs, Boeing searched for a manufacturer willing to design and deliver a new type of hose within the constraints of its extremely demanding production schedule.
2008-09-24
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The electrical-power-management and control strategies of the extended-range electric vehicle and Chevrolet's Equinox fuel-cell vehicle underscore the relevance of technology transfer among fairly distinct platforms and technologies.
2008-09-10
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The TP-9360 Pro-Alert from Tracer Products is a portable refrigerant leak detector that features heated-diode sensor technology to detect refrigerant leaks down to 0.03 oz/per year.
2008-09-05
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Military suppliers are moving toward synthetic instruments that replace existing test and measurement equipment with flexible modular architectures. BAE Systems and Phase Matrix have completed a down converter to handle RF capabilities in a small form factor.
2008-09-04
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The first official test house for the Euro NCAP rear impact (whiplash) ratings program will be the U.K.-based Motor Insurance Repair Research Center (Thatcham).
2008-09-03
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MTT Moteurtest is an engine test center for light and heavy vehicles and light aircraft.
2008-09-03
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IAV Automotive Engineering's four fully transient test cells offer a range of maximum power and torque capacity from 330 kW (440 hp) to 660 kW (885 hp) and can handle fuels including gasoline, diesel, biodiesel, and ethanol.
2008-09-03
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D2T provides vehicle powertrain testing and calibration services, on-site technical support, test center engineering, as well as test bed equipment software and hardware.
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