Ipetronik introduces measurement module with six high-speed DMS inputs

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Ipetronik has expanded the X-Link module series with a new measurement module featuring six high-speed DMS inputs in addition to a modular data logger with Linux and Windows operating systems. With IPEmotion 2017 R1, Ipetronik has also developed an updated version of its measurement data logging software with new functions for bus analysis and vehicle acoustics as well as the integration of CAETEC hardware.

With the Mx-STG2 6, the X-Link module series now comprises a six-channel measurement module for applications designed to determine the operational stability (DMS). The new module expands the existing X-Link module family Mx-SENS2 8, Mx-SENS2 4 and Sx-STG, which support sensors with electronic data sheets (TEDS).

The XCP-on-Ethernet connection offers users a number of advantages compared with CAN-based modules: a large number of modules can, for instance, cater for multi-channel applications with more than 100 channels, and the high channel sampling rates of up to 100kHz are ideally suited for highly dynamic DMS tests. The software integration comprises the integration into IPEmotion via the X-PlugIn V2.04 as well as the integration into INCA 7.1 and INCA 7.2. This is implemented via the IPEaddon INCA V05.07.

March 21, 2017

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