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Self Calibrating Portable Dyno

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Key Facts
  • Uncoupled Starts
  • Self Calibrating
  • Covers Full Speed Range
  • Far Exceeds IEEE-112
  • Induction, DC, BLDC Motors
  • Across the Line or Soft Starts
Specifications

Features & Benefits
  • Smart/Variable speed resolution accommodates poor/noisy tach setup
  • Low pass filtering removes HF noise
  • Instrumentation and setup errors can be corrected during or after the test
  • Self-calibrating cross checks assure adherence to laws of Physics and high confidence in results
Results for Induction Motors

The following values can be analyzed Vs RPM or Vs Time:

  • Current
  • Voltage
  • Speed
  • Input Power
  • Torque
  • Acceleration
  • Efficiency
  • Static and Dynamic Friction
  • Rotor Inertia
  • Core Loss
  • Back EMF due to Residual Magnetism
  • IEEE-112 Circuit Parameters
Results for PMDC, BLDC, and Micro DC Gearmotors

The following values can be analyzed Vs RPM or Vs Time:

  • Current
  • Voltage
  • Speed
  • Input Power
  • Torque
  • Acceleration
  • Efficiency
  • Torque Constant Kt
  • Voltage Constant Ke
  • Static and Dynamic Friction
  • Rotor Inertia, Resistance
  • Inductance

SELF CALIBRATING PORTABLE DYNO

The Self Calibrating Portable Inertial Dyno is a new, simple-to-use testing tool that produces complete, full-range mechanical and electrical performance curves, including losses and efficiency, for any type or size of motor without using a loading device. The revolutionary new but  IEEE/IEC/NEMA -compliant process measures voltage, current and speed during uncoupled motor starts, meaning no more need for complex, expensive, limited-range dyno infrastructure to performance test motors. Its unique, patent- pending data consistency and self-calibration checks assure confidence in the results in accordance with laws of physics and motor design. Have a need for performance curves after repair, in production, while commissioning or troubleshooting? If you can start the motor across-the-line, with a line-frequency soft-start (discrete-tapped or ramped-voltage transformer), or with a drive, this technique will produce performance curves.

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