KiRoad Wireless P1 for RoaDyn P1xy wheel torque transducers / 9813B
KiRoad Wireless P1 Onboard Units are suitable for RoaDyn P1xy wheel torque transducers with telemetry module.
Main features / advantages
- Onboard electronics for up to four KiRoad Wireless P1 Wheel Units
- Encrypted, digital data transmission in the 2.4 GHz WLAN band
- Digital data output for all channels via DTI, CAN or Ethernet
- Online display of the measurement signals via KiCenter (configuration software)
- Configuration (using USB or Ethernet) via KiCenter
- No reception antennas required outside the vehicle
- Optional: analog data output for 8 selectable channels
The KiRoad Wireless P1 Onboard Unit serves as access point for up to four KiRoad Wireless P1 Wheel Units (family Type 9811B) and enables measurement data to be output to the connected data acquisition device. The connected RoaDyn wheel torque transducers automatically log on and identify themselves after the control unit is turned on. Any sensor-specific information is automatically read into the device so that the system is quickly ready for operation without additional user action. The signal is output to the data acquisition device via DTI, Ethernet, or CAN bus interface (for all signals) and optionally via analog outputs (8 selectable channels). The zero adjustment of the torque signals can be triggered using the remote control or via Ethernet or USB from the laptop or PC using the KiCenter software. The complete measurement system consists of three main components: The RoaDyn P1xy wheel torque transducer, the data transmission module (family Type 9811B), and the on-board electronics (family Type 9813B) located inside the vehicle. Because each KiRoad Wireless P1 system sets up its own encrypted WLAN network, several KiRoad Wireless systems can work together simultaneously without problems. For example, several vehicles, each equipped with 4 RoaDyn P1xy. If a Kistler DTI-Logger is used for data acquisition, only one cable is required for the on-board unit to transfer the data, to provide power, and configure the on-board unit via KiCenter. Otherwise, the CAN signals and analog signals can also be output. System configuration is user-friendly via KiCenter using Ethernet or USB. All transmitted measurement data can be viewed in KiCenter.