To start with, a manufacturer or OEM submits either:
Synchropulse engineers match these requirements with the strengths of the technology to determine if there is a good fit, sufficient to justify moving to the next stage.
The Synchropulse technology is tailored to each customer's specific requirements using extensive CAD modelling techniques prior to building a prototype. This can happen via:
We ask customers to provide test motors and documentation as required to facilitate this.
Where a standard Synchropulse design exists it is used or adapted, prior to submitting into the evaluation stage.
Prior to testing, Synchropulse and the customer develop a test protocol based on the project objectives. First the prototypes are tested internally to see how they meet the objectives. Then the Synchropulse motor and controller are sent to an independent testing lab and/or the customer's own testing facility for verification. All tests require non-disclosure agreements.
Synchropulse will provide a written review to accompany the test results. At this point, customers typically conduct their own field-testing by installing the test motor into a working application.