Seal Beach, CA – As the need for higher fidelity data proves especially critical for occupant safety studies, as well as evolving OEM and aftermarket acoustic, structural and airbag pressure testing – SLICE PRO from DTS is on a fast track to becoming the new DAS of choice for both small scale tests and large test facilities worldwide.
SLICE PRO offers the familiar blue boxes in a modular, ruggedized form-factor designed to handle challenges of high accuracy data collection under extreme conditions such as vehicle crash safety testing or blast measurements. SLICE PRO is a complete standalone DAS that can power and condition an array of sensor types such as force, acceleration, strain, displacement, pressure and temperature,
Designed by crash test engineers, SLICE PRO offers sensor input modules, squib fire capabilities, digital input modules and a full line of ancillary accessories to manage everything from power to triggering. Data writes directly to flash memory and is downloaded to a PC after the event for viewing, post-processing and analysis. Plus DataPRO software lets SLICE PRO and DTS legacy systems like TDAS PRO and TDAS G5 be integrated into the same test set-up.
Key SLICE PRO features include:
Sampling rates up to 1M samples/sec/channel
Expanded sensor support including bridge (MEMS, strain, load), IEPE, voltage & thermocouples
Improved memory capacity (16 GB), over 6 hours of recording at 20 Ksps/chan
Extended battery life
Software that supports TDAS and SLICE system compatibility
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Founded in 1990 by three crash test engineers, DTS data recorders and sensors are used worldwide in crash, blast and biomechanics testing by top automakers, aerospace and leading research facilities. The U.S. Army named a DTS helmet sensor as one of “The Greatest Inventions.” Inc. Magazine has named DTS three times as one of the fastest-growing private companies in the U.S. Based in Seal Beach, California DTS has technical centers in Michigan, Australia, China, U.K. and Japan.