Fuji Keisoku System's automatic engine data sampling system allows for configuration of various control parameters (Engine rpm/torque, throttle opening, oil/water temperature) and uses a computer to automatically measure rotation, torque, temperature, pressure, and fuel consumption using over 100 measurement channels while enabling operation during automatic operation. By analyzing and outputting that data with high-speed arithmetic processing, faster and more efficient evaluation testing can be achieved during engine development. This system is being used in a wide variety of fields using engines from various manufacturers including those of automobiles, bicycles, automotive parts, construction and heavy machinery, and petroleum.
This system uses a Windows computer with Contec's measurement and control interface board (Digital I/O, analog I/O, and counter) embedded in the expansion unit (See Fig. 1).
Before the testing equipment was computerized, increasing the testing items required adding on meters and displays, resulting with having a large scale system. Now that it is done by computer, updates can be done by changing the software, and various information can be displayed by switching the screen.