IMES launches EPM-Peak pressure indicator
The EPM-Peak offers accurate electronic measurement of peak pressure and engine speed calculations
Cylinder pressure sensor specialist IMES has launched a new electronic pressure indicator designed to measure peak pressure and calculate engine speed on fourt-stroke engines.
EPM-Peak incorporates IMES’s high-temperature cylinder pressure sensor with a Thompson adaptor fitted to the indicator cock of the engine. Ten pressure measurements are collected, with measurement data, peak pressure and engine speed displayed on the LCD screen and stored in the device’s memory.
EPM-Peak is factory calibrated and has a measuring range of up to 300 bar. The equipment is temperature compensated for the application range and is delivered with a calibration certificate.
IMES also offers visualisation software to show the data on a computer as an optional extra.
"In comparison to conventional mechanical peak pressure meters, EPM-Peak offers easy handling and higher accuracy," said Stefan Neumann, chief executive officer of IMES. "Data is displayed exactly on the LCD screen and up to 200 measurements can be stored."
The launch of the new EPM-Peak builds on the established EPM range, with IMES’s EPM-XP generating 1,500 sales worldwide to date.
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