Set up of a monitor system

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The structure of a monitor system consists of the following elements

  • Longitudinal rails & cross slides
  • Lifting linkage with motor-driven telescope
  • Flat screen monitor in different versions according to requirements
  • Energy chain

And is mounted with the following accessories

  • Remote controls
  • Cable reel, 230 V connection
  • Air brake
Tandemlösung der Hubsäulen

Front view

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Suspension
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Suspension
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Lifting linkage
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Monitor
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Sun simulation

Monitor system setup

  1. Suspension (Variable)
  2. Longitudinal rails (x-axis, front/rear),
  3. Cross slide (y-axis, right/left),
  4. Lifting linkage (z-axis, up/down)
  5. Monitor
  6. Sun simulation (optional)

The side and front views show the essential elements of a movable monitor system. The dimensions shown in blue depend entirely on your requirements and the conditions in your test room.

Side view

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Suspension
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Suspension
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Lifting linkage
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Monitor
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Sun simulation

Carriage & Lifting Linkage

Longitudinal rails, Cross slide

The longitudinal rails are mounted vibration-free on the ceiling of the test room. The entire monitor system can be moved along the longitudinal rails in the x-direction. The cross slide can be moved along the y-axis. The entire system can be locked in any position by means of an air brake.

Tandemlösung der Hubsäulen

Lifting linkage

The lifting linkage is attached to the cross slide. It is a motor-driven telescope with self-locking and end position switch. The motor of the lifting linkage is thermally protected, the entire lifting linkage is maintenance-free.

Monitor

Monitor: standard version

The size of the built-in flat screen monitor is entirely up to your preference. Standard size is 24 inch screen diagonal.

In the standard version (see photo on the left), the monitor is freely accessible. Thus it can be removed quickly and easily and (depending on the cable length) can also be moved into the vehicle.

The monitor is tiltable and thus adaptable to the angle of the windscreen.

Monitor: climatic chamber version

In addition to the standard version, S. Bleyer GmbH also offers an enclosed climate chamber version of the monitor carrier. Here, the monitor is thermally insulated from the environment and can be heated or cooled.

This allows operation in climatic chambers in a temperature range from -40 °C to +60 °C or under a sun simulation.

Other elements

Energy chain

The energy chain is designed to provide sufficient space for later extensions. When operating under a solar simulation, a closed energy chain is used.

Remote controls

Holding devices are installed on the side of the monitor support to which various remote controls can be attached or hooked in (e.g. for the test stand, for a centering assistant, emergency stop switch).

In this way, the driver always has direct access to all important operating units from the driver’s seat.

Cable reel, 230 V connection

A cable reel is attached to the side of the cross slide for a 230 V cable or for a data line (e.g. for a weather station).

A switchable connector strip can also be attached to the top of the cross slide to supply 230 V to other devices in the periphery of the monitor system.

Air-pressure brake

An optional air pressure operated brake can be installed. It locks the system in x- and y-direction and is released by a button on the monitor carrier. The brake prevents the monitor carrier from moving and causing damage.