Learning model for studying Electrical Power Steering
The MT-DAE model features an Electrical Power-Assisted Steering unit as fitted to PSA vehicles such as the C3. The model is equipped with a brake at the end of the steering rack to create a mechanical resistance and a sensor which measures the load applied by the steering rack.
Category: Braking and Road holding
Activity: Training institutions
Downloadable documents :Datasheet FR Datasheet EN
The MT-DAE model facilitates the study of Electrical Power Steering systems, such as that fitted to PSA vehicles (original equipment on the Citroën C3).
It is equipped with a brake at the end of the steering rack to create a mechanical resistance and a strain gauge which measures the load applied by the steering rack.
Sockets on the model's front panel are used to: measure signals transmitted by temperature and torque sensors; measure the power consumption of the assistance motor; monitor the signals on the lines of the CAN multiplexed network. A breakout box function can be used to create electrical faults.
The MT-DAE model is supplied with:
- user documentation
- practical exercises
- 230V power supply lead
REFLET8: the data acquisition unit used with REFLET® software (4-trace oscilloscope, etc.).