PCB Automotive Division Gears up for the 2014 Automotive Testing Expo North America

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PCB Automotive Division Gears up for the 2014 Automotive Testing Expo North America

Sensors and instrumentation supplier will showcase new technologies and technical expertise at this year's show

Sept. 23, 2014, Depew, N.Y. -- Visit PCB at the Automotive Testing Expo at booth #11022 on Oct. 28-31 in Novi, Mich. to learn about products and technical expertise the company offers to help meet today's challenging automotive test demands.

The supplier of automotive test sensors and equipment will showcase high-performance, low-cost microphones, a new line of customizable telemetry systems, and a versatile line of cost-effective load cells - all of which come with PCB's signature 24-hour technical support and Total Customer Satisfaction guarantee.

Live demos will include a side-by-side comparison of PCB microphones and other microphones on the market, a demo of the company's new online purchasing capabilities, and the new product finder on the PCB website.

At the Technology Open Forum, PCB acoustics expert Chad Walber, PhD, will provide an overview of technologies and techniques for identifying sound sources in a vehicle's interior, including insight on acoustic array methods for improved sound pressure mapping, determination of noise leak paths using ultrasonics, and driver noise exposure.

Also at the forum, Mark Klein, product manager at PCB Group Company Accumetrics, will provide a technical overview of "transducerizing" and telemetry methods, and share examples of custom solutions.

"At this year's show, we want to illustrate how we add depth to our product offerings by offering technical expertise and exceptional service," says Jeff Case, Vice President of Michigan Operations. "Our new capabilities such as the product finder and online purchasing are some of the ways we are making it easier for our customers to do business with us.

About PCB Automotive Sensors Division

PCB Automotive Sensors is a dedicated sales and technical support facility, located in Farmington Hills, Michigan, devoted to the testing and instrumentation needs of the global transportation market. This team is focused on the development and application of sensors and related instrumentation for specific vehicle development test programs, including modal analysis; driveability; ride & handling; component & system performance; durability; road load data acquisition; vehicle and powertrain NVH; legislative testing; quality control; powertrain development; and motorsport. PCB® proudly stands behind all products with 24-hour technical support, a global distribution network, and the industry's only commitment to Total Customer Satisfaction. For more information please visit www.pcb.com/Auto.

About PCB Piezotronics

PCB Piezotronics is a leading supplier of microphones, vibration, pressure, force, torque, load, and strain sensors, as well as the pioneer of ICP® technology. This instrumentation is used for test, measurement, monitoring, and control requirements in automotive, aerospace, industrial, R&D, military, educational, commercial, OEM applications, and more. Our Platinum Products program ensures fast delivery of over 10,000 sensors that are covered by a Lifetime Warranty. With a customer support team of more than 30 Customer Service Representatives and Application Engineers, PCB® proudly stands behind their products with the services you value most, including 24-hour technical support, a global distribution network, and the industry's only commitment to Total Customer Satisfaction. Visit us at www.pcb.com.



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