The DTI technology makes use of an end-to-end bus system for the entire application. Signals are digitized as required, and converted into a DTI signal. This takes place either directly in the Kistler DTI sensors, or via suitable converters if sensors are already present. The sensor data is fed into the central DTI logger and is then transmitted via Ethernet to the computer for recording.
Only one single cable is needed to configure the sensors, transmit and synchronize the measurement data, and supply power. For maximum simplicity, sensor configuration is widely automated. Installed position, calibration values and relevant physical parameters are detected automatically by Kistler’s measurement software KiCenter.
For brake path measurement with straightforward ABS braking according to the DIN 70028 standard, Kistler offers a holistic measurement solution based on the DTI technology. Its components include sensors and triggers, the DTI logger and the KiCenter software. KiCenter enables end-to-end configuration of all connected sensors, guiding users through the test with three sequential measurement data displays – before, during and after the measurement task.
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