- Machine frame resting on special vibration insulators. No seismic concrete block required
- DC motor/generator to accelerate the flywheels and to load the test brake with drag torque
- Optional AC-Drive
- Solid state AC/DC power converter, to feed the DC-motor and power the electrical inertia simulation
- Flywheel set combined with electrical inertia to simulate the kinetic energy of a moving vehicle
- Braking pressure generator to actuate the test brake with control of pressure/torque/x
- Measuring systems for speed/pressure/torque/temperature
- Siemens PLC for basic machine monitoring and controls
- State-of-the-art technology
- Test brake fixture with complete wheel suspension
- Semi-acoustic chamber, for noise investigations
- Short delivery times
- Compact design
- Modular design, prepared to add-in various options
- Low maintenance requirements
- High level of simulation quality
- High level of measurement accuracy
- Standardized components
- MS-compatible user interface
- Use of standardized evaluation software (MSExcelTM, NI DiademTM)
- Inertia brake rigs are normally used for the dynamic testing of complete vehicle brakes.
- The brakes can be exposed to either stop brakings, drag brakings or endurance brakings according to international regulations, e.g. AK-Master JASO 436 FMVSS-105 UIC-541.3, with loads and velocities similar to road operation of a complete vehicle.
- The dynamometer serves for testing hydraulically actuated drum and disc brakes for cars and vans.
- With some additional options the GIANT 6000 series can be upgraded to run basic NVH tests.