Sierra Instruments, Inc.

CADET: Control & Automation Automotive Software Overview - Video Learn how Sierra's proprietary CADET automotive test software offers a full test cell automation package. CADET automotive software supports all dynamometers steady state and transient, and controls across different technologies.

It offers an easy-to-use and flexible automotive engineering software program to fully automate your test cell and provide accurate test run data. View a demo of the CADET user interface including: demo of startup, display screens, custom displays, test history and interface for data analysis.

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CADET is a control and test automation system for those who demand precision. In this video, you'll get an overview of Sierra's CADET control and test automation system, an industry leading control and automation package, first developed in the 1980s. Today, CADET has emerged as one of the most flexible systems of its kind. Sierra designs and manufactures all hardware and writes all software in-house.

Sierra is committed to continually improve and adapt CADET hardware and software to support the cutting edge innovation of our customers around the world. CADET serves engine, power train, transmission, emissions, analytical, vehicle and component testing.

CADET was developed with ease of use and flexibility in mind, compile and run engine and vehicle test programs, automatically protect the test facility against out of limit operation, record data during testing and analyze the data during or at the completion of a test.

CADET supports all dynamometer types both steady state and transient and has control capability of up to 10 separate dynamometers simultaneously. This is all coupled with up to 64 secondary controlled PID loops for subsystem control. CADET offers a comprehensive library of third-party device interfaces and we generate custom interfaces as well.

Control of equipment is performed across interface technologies.
For example, mixing can channel information with a physical actuator output and responses. Control and data logging is driven by a common interrupt signal for time aligned averaged data capture rather than sequential snapshot data. Additionally, all channels are optically isolated. This enables CADET to offer high resolution and reduce the chance of monitoring noise levels.

We hope this video has been informative and that you have a better understanding of the possibilities of CADET to aid your next engine and vehicle test program.

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