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Data Acquisition and Recording | HaslerRail
In the event of an accident, data recording systems play a crucial role in determining the root cause. More recently, analyzing recorded data proactively has emerged as an effective means of preventing accidents. HaslerRail’s data recording system is suitable for both of these uses.
The HaslerRail TELOC® data recording system is built on a modular architecture that can be tailored to individual vehicles, projects, and environments, covering a full range of functions. Our engineers can configure the system to give you a high level of customization and freedom. In addition, because specific software is not required for each project, you can respond quickly when modifications or adjustments are needed.
Visualisation Solutions and Speed Indicators | HaslerRail
A railway vehicle’s human-machine interface (HMI), or display solution, is the driver’s main point of interaction with the vehicle. Therefore, it is crucial to safe, reliable operation.
HaslerRail offers a wide range of display solutions and speed indicators to meet a variety of rail vehicle requirements.
Our digital speed indicator is both simple and robust. Speed is displayed on an illuminated ring meter or digitally. Our moving coil speed indicator is also simple and robust. This highly configurable device comes in circular or square casings and in a range of sizes. Larger casings can incorporate two independent coils and up to four different-colored lamps. Finally, a small speed or distance indicator can be added.
Pulse generators converting an axle’s rotational motion into an electrical signal, which can be used to measure and record speed and distance, sense wheel slip and slide, and for different control and safety functions. Pulse generators are inherently safe, and are suitable for use in SIL4 systems. HaslerRail’s Optical Pulse Generator is also designed to withstand extreme thermal and mechanical stress.
Our pulse generators are built on an optical system that operates in the infrared range. It is possible to have two different frequencies per revolution and up to six electrically-isolated sensor. And, because they offer unparalleled accuracy and reliability, our pulse generators can be used in ETCS and other signalling applications.
When it comes to energy efficiency, the rail industry needs standardized, interoperable energy metering, measurement, calculation, and data exchange tools. HaslerRail solutions help rolling stock builders, OEMs and integrators, and operators meet the new requirements in the EN 50463 standard.
The separation of rail infrastructure and operations has created new needs like cost allocation. In addition, rail industry stake holders must comply with EU regulations requiring them to collect train energy consumption data in real time and store it on a ground server, validate energy consumption and allocate energy costs, and install energy meters on all new and overhauled rolling stock operating on networks with Data Collection Systems (DCS).
This generic concept is implemented by the Train Control and Management System (TCMS) as follows: the control and diagnostics, is managed by Vehicle Control Units (VCUs), while sensing is done by Remotes Input/Output devices (RIOs). Sensing and Control are connected via the communication infrastructure providing the safe and secure flow of information.
HaslerRail offers a complete range of control and protection products:
Our RaPLC TCMS platform includes VCUs and RIOs. The highly-standardized platform is built on a modular architecture for flexible configuration, scalability, and interfacing with subsystems. It is also very cost effective. The VCUs are programmable via the IEC61131-3 family of languages by the customer. The VCUs and RIOs can communicate via the most commonly-used protocols (Ethernet, MVB, CAN, etc.).
Whether you are a rail car builder, OEM, or systems integrator, Sécheron Hasler Group offers a wide range of MVB (Multifunction Vehicle Bus) communication devices to meet your needs, drawing on extensive experience with MVB communications and standards.
The Multifunction Vehicle Bus (MVB) is a serial communication bus for railway vehicles. It is used to connect programmable devices to each other and can connect directly to simple sensors and actuators.
Whether you are a rail car builder, OEM, or systems integrator, Sécheron Hasler Group offers a wide range of train backbone communication devices in service on thousands of trains worldwide to meet your need for reliable, interoperable solutions.
The WTB gateway dynamically adapts WTB communication to the train’s changing physical environment and tunnels communication between different vehicles. These functions are required by the IEC 61375 and UIC556/557 standards.
EVA+ harnesses the power of TELOC Event Recorder and Energy data to provide valuable insights into fleet activity, gathering data across all vehicles with the same level of detail as a juridical recorder.