Building the basis for a successful measurement result


Sensors are needed to convert physical properties into electric signals which than are conditioning and acquired by adequate measurement instruments. They are building the basis for getting a detailed inside into the different units under test.

AVL Approach

Pressure Sensors for Combustion Analysis measure the cylinder pressures of internal combustion engines, pressures of the intake and exhaust pipes as well as those in high pressure injection lines

Pressure Sensors for Testbed Systems are digital or analog pressure transducers for precise measurement in the field of automotive engine and powertrain testing

Linear Motion Sensors are used for the exact determination of top dead center (TDC) and for the accurate valve timing and needle lift movement

Turbo Speed Sensors are used in turbo charger applications and are focusing on the acquisition of charger's speed

Temperature Sensors

Crank Angle Sensors are the right choice is the measurement base is not time but crank angle, means for all typical indicating (combustion) measurement and torsional analyses

Fuel Mass Flow Sensors are the basis for a highly accurate and repeatable measurement of fuel consumption

Air Mass Flow Sensors are used when the determination of the intake air mass flow of an internal combustion engine is needed with high accuracy

Torque Sensors

Optical Combustion Sensors are perfectly suited to provide a deep inside into the complex process of fuel mixture and combustion beyond the pressure indicating measurement

Environmental Sensors give a clear understanding about barometric pressure, air temperature and relative humidity in the testing environment