Aug 10,2018

How To Achieve The Precision Of Automotive Testing Equipment?

First of all, from the development and production of automotive testing equipment to the tolerance test, every link needs to be strictly "accurate". At the same time, the tolerance test is also known for its rigor. Take the tolerance test link as an example. Every product must pass numerous tests in high temperature, high heat, and high humidity environment. Only instruments that pass the test at each link can ensure the "dynamic" and reliable accuracy.

Second, the high quality and reliability of raw materials and components used in the production of measuring instruments should be ensured. To achieve this, you often need to stick to using the best materials. Take Fluke’s infrared thermometer for example. It adopts an independent operational amplifier and a high-grade AD converter, and it also employs a special design of heat dissipation to ensure an accurate measurement both in continuous and discontinuous working.

By selecting international famous lens suppliers, the product is ensured to have good distance adaptability. The accuracy is higher than the industry average under the same distance coefficient ratio. The advanced substrate is selected to reduce environmental (such as humidity) interference and electromagnetic interference; Good external metal, plastic shell, other mechanical structures,  and special mechanical design are employed to prevent dust falling, protect internal structures and so on. High quality means high reliability. High reliability can minimize the influence of temperature and humidity changes on the instrument.

Of course, accurate testing must follow uniform standards and be publicly certified and recognized in the market. At present, automobile testing standards have been incorporated into international standards. Fluke Calibration is a global leader in precision measurement and calibration of electricity, radio, temperature, pressure, and flow. Metrological calibration products are widely used in calibration laboratories around the world, including national metrological institutions. These institutions need to provide strong technical support and require the highest precision grade, best performance, and reliability of the equipment.