DSG-0AM (DQ200) Test Stand
The test stand was designed by popular demand from existing customers. Originally the front section stand connected directly to HTC controllers used on VBT, Solenoid and Dyno machines. Phase two development was the full control centre which attaches behind. This makes it an ‘all-in-one’ product for new and existing customers alike.
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All-in-One “Plug n Play” system with HTC Controller built-in and Windows 10 Tablet.
Pre-written test scripts included to ensure a true and comprehensive check for the faults of the OAM Valve Body.
Pre-written test scripts included to ensure a true and comprehensive check for the following faults:
Poor Pump performance
Pump Motor degradation
Pressure loss due to cracked housing
Solenoid Ampere check and more commonly, critical mechanical performance issues
External leaks from K1 & K2 actuator seals
Internal leaks from Clutch fork actuators seals
The HTC allows graphical viewing comparisons to data captured from a new unit
Easy to see errors in both pressure and ampere results
Printable result graphs and file storage capability for all tests performed
Frequently asked questions
Q: The major problems with dq200 is that the mechatronic isn’t applying enough pressure to the K1 and K2 to hold the clutches!
After rebuild with solenoid test in solenoid test machine and ok. How do we know if that k1 and k2 presure is ok. After we have tested the mechatronic in your test stand ? As I can see there is noting that tells how much pressure the k1-k2 applies to the 2 piston rods?
A: It is correct in what you say about pressure loss. During our research into these mechatronics we discovered the rate of pressure loss or decay is critical and indeed needs to be measured during the testing process.
Each time an actuator (either one of four clutch forks or the K1 or K2 Clutch) is applied, a pressure loss occurs within the unit. We graph this rate of pressure loss compared to a new perfectly operating unit. This way we can see internal pressure losses from a cracked housing or for any other reason.
The test is broken into separate sections
Initial circuit priming to ensure all oil channels are filled
4 x Gear fork actuator at varying speeds
K1 & K2 Clutch check for smooth travel and pressure integrity
System drain down cycle prior to safe removal of the test harness plate
Any pressure issues are easily detected as the graph will show a sudden drop in pressure before continuing with the test. As well as the pressure loss problems, these unit also suffer from poor performing solenoids. We have taken great care to ensure correct PWM solenoid operation rather than just using them as an on/off solenoid as we discovered from a competitors effort.