Rear differential temperature measurement is made possible by our wireless telemetry systems that can operate in harsh environments. The wear and longevity of a rear differential is strong function of temperature, so understanding the distribution of temperatures requires multi-channel data transfer.
The strain of a rear differential can be measured using strain gauges and our wireless telemetry systems get that data to your engineers. Rear differential design is evaluated using transducers to understand how components deform.
Rear differential torque measurement is a complex challenge that requires our wireless telemetry systems. Actual torque developed in rear differential components is a complex time-varying parameter that is a function of temperature, lubrication, and vehicle drivetrain dynamics.