SOURCE: TECAT Performance Systems

TECAT Performance Systems

February 15, 2016 07:00 ET

TECAT to Showcase WISER Model 2030 Wireless Torque Measuring and Monitoring System at the Annual Advanced Automotive Diagnostics Systems Summit

ANN ARBOR, MI--(Marketwired - Feb 15, 2016) - TECAT Performance Systems today announced that it will be highlighting its WISER Model 2030 wireless torque measuring and monitoring system at the Annual Advanced Automotive Diagnostics Systems Summit, being held Feb. 18-19 in Stuttgart, Germany. At the summit, the company will provide live demonstrations of the system monitoring strain in flex plates, and measuring temperature and vibration to predict failure in U-joints.

"Our WISER Model 2030 is a powerful tool for automotive diagnostics, providing real-time sensor analysis, performance anomaly detection, vibration fault detection, and component prognostics, all in one compact, intuitive system," said Don Keating, vice president, new business development, at TECAT Performance Systems. "In addition, it provides critical data in emissions testing, an important capability as R&D investments increase with the introduction of new emissions legislation. We're looking forward to showing off its advanced functionality and design for the attendees of the Annual Advanced Automotive Diagnostics Systems Summit."

TECAT's WISER systems are the smallest, lightest, and most power-efficient solutions available for the measurement of torque, acceleration, pressure, and temperature. Each system incorporates high-precision, full-bridge strain gages from Micro-Measurements®, an ultra-compact remote unit for data capture and transmission, a base unit that plugs directly into a PC USB port, and Data Viewer software for live monitoring, data logging, and system configuration and calibration.

The latest WISER system -- the Model 2030 -- has the optional ability to measure three-axis acceleration, barometric pressure, and ambient temperature, all within one incredibly small footprint. On-board high-speed data logging with triggering capability allows high-resolution data to be collected on the remote unit without PC or DAQ connectivity, while remote flash enables firmware upgrades without removing the system from the unit under test.

Presented by Vonlanthen Group, the Annual Advanced Automotive Diagnostics Systems Summit is a premier event focusing on the latest developments in the automotive diagnostic systems industry and emerging markets. More information on the summit is available at

About TECAT Performance Systems
TECAT Performance Systems was founded in 2010 by Dr. Douglas Baker, CTO and inventor of its torque telemetry system. The company designs and manufactures the smallest, lightest, most power-efficient wireless sensors available. These features enable the measurement of torque, acceleration, and atmospheric data in places never before accessed. The company is headquartered in Ann Arbor, Michigan. More information on TECAT Performance Systems is available at

Contact Information

  • Agency Contact:
    Bob Decker
    +1 415 409 0233
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    TECAT Performance Systems Contact:
    Don Keating
    Vice President, New Business Development
    +1 248 615 9862
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