With the electrification of vehicles,
higher response and higher accuracy measurement have been required than ever before.
Our new Laser Doppler Surface Velocity Meter, Torque Detector and Fuel Flow Meter visualize
the behavior of various objects and support development for electrification.
New Laser Doppler Surface Velocity Meter for Evaluating transmission efficiency
Our newly developed Laser Doppler Surface Velocity Meter is a non-contact speedometer with a laser beam and enables to perform differential calculation using 2 sensors. It can measure speed/displacement difference between 2 points without contacting a target. In addition, torsion vibration measurement, evaluation of the transmission efficiency, and uneven speed measurement are available.
Torque Detector RH Series for Improving Quietness of Automobiles
The quietness has been required for automobile development in recent years.
Therefore, the reduction of noise and vibration from motors is the key. Our new torque detector has high torsional rigidity about 4.5 times compared to the existing models and accurately detect cogging torque and torque ripple that cause noise and vibration.
Mass Flow Rate Measurement for Reducing Fuel Consumption
As the movement toward carbon neutral, the development for electrification is progressing around the world.
The internal combustion engines have been required to be compatible with biofuels and e-fuels (synthetic fuels) and to improve thermal efficiency.
Our mass flow meter enables to calculate the mass flow rate, which is indispensable for calculating the input energy, in real time.