Welcome to Hyperdyno
Hyper Power engineers design their dynamometer systems to accurately measure vehicle engine performance whilst simulating typical loads that an engine may encounter in daily use. Our equipment can subject the engine to a constant load, a constant speed or an "inertia load".
Hyper Power dynamometer systems compare very favorably to well known international marques in terms of quality and ability and surpass them in almost all cases in terms of affordability. It’s powerful and dynamic software enables the user to extract as much usable information from a test run as possible, and enables the user to store all tests.
Hyper Power currently offers constant load dyno’s, inertia dyno’s and a combination dyno that may be used in either mode. The inertia dyno simulates the acceleration of a vehicle as if it was driven on the road. In this mode, the system is able to produce full torque and power curves in less than 30 seconds. This is very advantageous, as extended dyno testing may cause engine overheating and subsequent damage.
A loading facility can be added to this configuration, enabling the user to keep the vehicle at a constant speed, while up to 64 sensors (temperatures, pressures etc.) can be monitored by computer, and the data saved for later processing. This feature is a must for those who specialize in engine "mapping", endurance testing and engine development.
Hyper Power is currently involved in developing an integrated "piggy bag" mapping system which allows the user to alter the timing and fuel requirements of ANY modern SI engine. This system is unique in the sense that the Hyper Power dynamometer system can map this system. This will reduce dynamometer operating time dramatically and will minimize operator training.
Method of operation
The Inertia dynamometer operates on the principle of Newton’s second law of motion, which relates the acceleration of the dyno’s heavy rolls / flywheel to the engine’s power. By measuring the acceleration, the computer calculates the torque and power outputs.
The constant load dyno uses Newton’s first law, which relates the counter force on an eddy current brake to calculate the torque and power output of the vehicle.
The Hyper Power dynamometer product range includes :
Inertia and/or Loading Motorcycle Dynamometer (Fixed or Mobile)
Inertia and/or Loading Quad and/or Motorcycle Kart Dynamometer (Fixed or Mobile
Motor Vehicle: Inertia Loading (4X2 or 4X4)
Loading Engine Dynamometer (Air Cooled or Waterbrake)
Loading Truck Dynamometer (Single or Double Axle)