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Steering Effort Sensor CLSx: Top Accuracy with Ultra Slim Shape

Due to a complete redesign of the sensor body, the new steering effort sensor CLSx is only 30 mm in height (w/o adapters), resulting in minimal extension of the vehicle’s steering column! The sensor is placed between steering column and the standard multifunctional steering wheel, preserving all its functions. more …

Working to Windwards: Fraunhofer Institute Relies on Dx Telemetry

The Fraunhofer Institute of Wind Energy and Energy System Technology (IWES) uses the Dx telemetry system in a condition monitoring project at a wind power station. Oliver Schultz, technical staff member of IWES: “The Dx telemetry system has convinced us due to its minimal space requirements and its good cost-performance ratio.” more…

All-rounder: Wheel Force Transducers WFT-CX

Since test departments in the automotive industries have broadened their demands in the application range of WFTs , e.g. to test runs at varying weather and road conditions or extreme driving situations, which could be full braking, runs over heavy bumps or off road drives, the requirements in the capability of WFTs have increased to an extent that previously could be fulfilled only in part and only through by a different types of WFT for each condition …