What do sensors see during car collision testing at 2,000 g's?

   

 

 

What do sensors see during car collision testing at 2,000 g's? What about in the hydraulic steering of massive mining trucks? Learn more about the role of sensors in test and measurement and off-road vehicle applications.

 

 

Capturing Crash Test Data

A fraction of a second. That’s how quickly accelerometers collect thousands of data points during a vehicle crash test. Automotive design engineers use this information to develop vehicles that protect the drivers and passengers involved in accidents.

 

 

Keeping Trucks on Track

When steering comes down to the millimeter, Linear Variable Differential Transformer (LVDT) sensors use precision and reliability to ensure steering always stays on track no matter how much shock, vibration or pressure a vehicle has to face.

 

 

 

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