High-performance dynamometer system developer Sakor Technologies is to reveal a host of new technologies at Automotive Testing Expo 2017 in Novi, Michigan including what is said to be the industry’s smallest regenerative AC engine dynamometer.
The scaled-down dyno features ultra-low inertia properties, and is able to convert between horizontal and vertical orientations, meaning it can accommodate for either shaft orientation.
Developed with small engine manufacturers in mind, the innovation allows a company to comply with the procedures required by 40 CFR Part 1065 emissions standards.
The company will also highlight the DynoLab test cell control system, which can perform a variety of road load profiles and simulations, as well as its efficient, fully line regenerative high-voltage battery simulator.
Visit the company at booth 10009 at Automotive Testing Expo 2017 in Novi, Michigan, where experts will be on hand to discuss the latest in dyno testing. The show takes place October 24-26, 2017.
October 12, 2017