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  Kistler Optical Sensors
The industry standard for vehicle dynamics testing


All Kistler optical speed/slip angle sensors have an unprecedented sampling rate of at least 250 Hz on every model!

Correvit non-contact optical sensors by Kistler represent the ultimate refinement in the evolution of measurement technology. Since the introduction of the world’s first optical speed and distance sensor in 1981, we have worked continually to bring increasingly high levels of accuracy and repeatability to the measurement of dynamic variables including speed, distance, angle and height.


S-350 Sensor
 



   
  1-Axis Non-Contact Optical Velocity Sensors
for measurement of longitudinal dynamics


  L-350 Aqua Sensors
The new Correvit L-350 Aqua sensors produces unparalleled accuracy – even on ice-, snow-, or water-covered surfaces. Designed for applications such as aquaplaning testing, the L-350 Aqua sensors mark a major step in the evolution of the proven Correvit optical measurement principle.
Click here to see video of the L-350 and several other complimenting sensors at work in a series of wet tests


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Aquaplaning Testing

 
  LF-II P
The Correvit LF-II P sensor is an ultra-lightweight, ultra-compact sensor designed for racing applications. Equipped with a special protective glass covering over the optics, this sensor is ideal for alternative mounting positions, such as under the vehicle.

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LFII-P Sensor
   
  2-Axis Non Contact Optical Velocity & Slip Angle Sensors
for measurement of longitudinal and transversal dynamics

Correvit S-350 Sensors
The patented Correvit two-axis sensors utilize advanced optical structures, high-speed DSP/FPGA processing and filter networks to provide uncompromised precision, regardless of the testing environment. S-350 sensors are also available in a lighter-weight version optimized for racing applications.

Using a S-350 sensor and gyro, you can simultaneously measure slip angle from the vehicle center of gravity To learn more about how you can use this powerful new sensor system to accurately measure slip angle, please view our informative application report:
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  S-350 Sensor
S350 Aqua Sensor

S350 racing
S350 Racing Version
Optional IR LED illumination
Racing Electronics Interface with MIL Plugs
  S-Motion Sensors
High-precision, slip-free measurement of distance, speed (absolute, longitudinal, transverse) and angle for dynamic vehicle testing, e.g. steady-state circular-course driving (ISO 4138).
Correvit S-Motion sensors produce unparalleled accuracy on all standard testing surfaces, even under the most challenging conditions. Speed and distance information is updated at 500 Hz to track every highly dynamic maneuver. The delivered KiCenter software allows easy configuration. Programmable, standardized signal outputs and interfaces provide direct connection to PC and virtually all data acquisition systems, making all measured values directly available.

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S-Motion senosr with electronics
  SFII Sensors
Correvit SFII sensors are designed for racing and vehicle dynamics measurement applications that demand high performance in an ultra-lightweight package. A favorite on the F1, NASCAR, IRL, AMLS, and DTM racing circuits, the SFII sensors deliver exceptional accuracy in slip angle measurement. Due to the compact size, this world-class sensor has been integrated into compact and low profile packages by many major automotive manufacturers and suppliers.

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SFII-P Sensor with electronics
  S-HR Sensors
The Correvit S-HR sensors are an advancement of the proven 2-axis Correvit sensors and feature a high-resolution, low-noise angle signal.
Correvit S-HR sensors measure slip angle and sideslip angle with high dynamics and an exceptionally high measurement accuracy.

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S-HR with Electronics   
AC-350 Sensors
The AC-350 sensor is specially designed for aircraft applications; its technical features allow use during flight operations for testing purposes.
High-precision, slip-free measurement of distance, speed (longi­tudinal/transversal) and angle; especially for measuring the landing gear movement during take-off and landing.


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AC-350 Sensor with electronics unit
   
  3-Axis Optical Measurement System
for measurement of speed, distance,slip angle and pitch/roll

The Kistler 3-Axis Measurement system uses three non contact laser ride height sensors of the HF-C series and one Correvit S-350 2-axis non contact optical speed/slip angle sensor to deliver precision measurement of vehicle pitch and roll, speed in two axis, slip angle, and yaw rate. This advanced measurement system is accurate on all test surfaces and maintains full measurement integrity, even on cambered and other non-flat surface planes.

Learn how the the Corrsys-Datron UC Processor delivers more accurate pitch and roll measurement than gyro platforms.

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Sensor Systems

 


 

Non Contact Optical Height sensors
for measurement of vehicle ride height

  HF-250C - HF-500C - HF-750C
The non-contact Laser Height Sensors of the HF-C Series are optimized for the calculation of pitch and roll angles and allow for a nominal working range for passanger cars and trucks or SUVs.
These Sensors use the principle of optical triangulation. A visible red laser is focused onto the road surface. Reflected light is collimated onto a linear CCD array. The distance to the object is calculated from the position of the light spot on the CCD array. The output of the sensor is directly proportional to the measured height.

 

 

HF-Sensor

 

  The profile of the HF-xxxC sensor housing is shaped to match the the Correvit SF-II P Optical Sensor. This enables HF and SF-II P Sensors to be bolted together, as shown at right, for simultaneous use on a single mounting system. This enables the simultaneous measurement of tire slip angle and ride height relative to suspension travel.
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UC Processor
The CAN-based UC Processor powers all of the Kistler height sensors that are used for Pitch & Roll measurement and also enables quick connection of a Correvit S-350 2-axis optical sensor with gyro in case you want to simultaneously measure slip angle from the vehicle center of gravity.

Information acquired by the sensors is calculated and transmitted via the UC Processor to a data acquisition system to provide an easy to handle Pitch & Roll System. An optional display enables you to view all measured data online.
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HT-250C and SFII

 



UC-Box

 
   
  Camber Measurement System
For measurement of dynamic wheel camber

Using two HF Ride Height Sensors mounted on the vehicle wheel, accurate dynamic measurement of wheel camber relative to ground is at last a reality. This ingenious new system acquires dynamic wheel camber angle by comparing the relative change in height between the two sensors, as measured from the optical plane of each sensor to the surface of the road or track.
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Correvit DCA System

   
   
 
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Updated November 5, 2014

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