Kistler tool provides increased flexibility in combustion analysis

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A new and improved signal conditioning platform (SCP) from Kistler ensures process reliability and enables early detection of unsafe operating conditions in fixed or mobile combustion analysis applications.

With new Ethernet options and an improved software interface, Kistler’s new SCP for high-speed combustion analysis centralizes equipment configuration and optimizes usability for maximum flexibility.

The network-compatible SCP can be equipped with application-specific measuring modules to accomplish various measurement tasks. The new platform enables virtual linkage of the systems deployed, so all SCPs can be operated from one centrally controlled PC.

The SCP’s GUI provides an overview of all key data, such as measuring module configurations, sensor data and operating times, so that all changes can be made on a single screen. An export function converts the data into various formats to document all the measurement settings.

Cylinder peak pressure histograms for each sensor can be created at the click of a button while users can immediately detect sensor load and strain, as well as any irregularities.

December 7, 2015

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