Read how ADwin's real-time systems are used in the development and testing of power-train (PCMs) in the automotive industry.
Electronics, October 28, 2011
Henrique da Silva, Data Acquisition Technical Sales Manager at Adept Scientific explores how the modern car is more than just a mode of transport, but now is also a sophisticated computerised piece of machinery [requiring sophisticated data acquisitions systems such as ADwin.]
Instrumentation, October 03, 2011
Metal stamping is frequently used to shape metal parts in the automotive industry. During the manufacture of torque converters, for example, it is used to create indentations that hold the metal vanes that are used to transmit the power from the engine to the transmission though a fluid. Hydraulic cylinders ...
Automation, June 09, 2011
Adwin test systems from Adept Scientific can determine the dynamic characteristics and parameters of components and sensors and can evaluate a response in real time. This means the system can immediately calculate how well a test component matches the specifications
Read how ADwin's real-time systems are ideal for intelligent data acquisition and control applications.
Read how ADwin enables a manufacturer of rubber joint boots to use an automated monitoring system and, thereby, eliminate the need to manually inspect the boots for failure.
Real-time means different things to different people and without defined time frames it is impossible to compare different systems accurately. This paper defines what real-time means and describes what time scales are appropriate for different activities.
Read how a professor of physics at the University of Toronto is using the ADwin Real-Time Control System to produce ultracold quantum gases.
Read how ADwin is enabling scanning tunnelling microscopes to maintain a constant tunnelling current between a probe and sample in the Z-axis.
Read how ADwin is being used for test automation in development and production to determine the dynamic characteristics and parameters of components and sensors.
Read how a manufacturer of torque converters for the automotive industry used ADwin to reduce reject incidence in a system with three simultaneous punching operations.
Control Engineering Europe (online), March 08, 2011
Die cast presses use hydraulic systems to force molten metal into a die to form intricately shaped parts that require very little final machining for engine components, transmissions and other parts. Control over the injection process is often managed by a PLC.
A system has been designed that incorporates an ADwin-Gold ...
Jäger Messtechnik (Lorsch, Germany), manufacturer and developer of ADwin, the hardware and software for the fastest real-time solutions, has teamed with Adept Scientific (Letchworth, Herts) to bring their powerful, real-time data acquisition solutions to the UK.
Modern systems are becoming more complex and faster with ever increasing numbers of signals. To ...