Rotadata's Blade Tip Timing (BTT) data acquisition system (DAQ) comprises of 2 main components, a high specification laser box and a specialised BTT computer. Typically The laser box is installed either in a test cell or on board the test vehicle and the computer is installed in a suitable area.
Rotadata have continuously driven towards developing a robust and small footprint unit which offers class leading measurement capabilities in a sturdy and durable package. Our engineers have achieved exactly that, combining decades of development Rotadata can now offer our world class leading BTT measurement system to the market.
Our standardised package is based around 9 measurement channels plus a dedicated once per rev input. The compact assembly enables easy installation and can be supplied with a fixing system to suit your test bench or vehicle.
We maintain an active development program in all the areas of the technology required in our solution and continue to enhance system performance and measurement.
We provide a range of product support services including technical remote and onsite support, calibration and repairs. We also support unit life cycle management including electronic module and software upgrades.