Sensors that can measure strain, pressure and vibration are often inaccessible and difficult to troubleshoot. Keeping these sensors in check means using signal conditioners that can tackle an array of automotive test applications. Precision Filters’ signal conditioning systems have built-in hardware and software that let engineers quickly and easily run automated sensor, circuit and cable checks. What’s more, the company says that its 28000 test cell signal conditioning system and C-Series (CompactDAQ and CompactRIO) signal conditioning modules for in-vehicle test environments are designed to address the challenges of automotive tests to reduce setup and troubleshooting time.
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