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cadex software The Cadex Software allows you to send information and receive results about tests performed on most of our machines.

cadex sofware
cadex software

Using Windows XP, Cadex Software assists the tester by managing results on most of our machines.
  • Uni-Axial Impact test machines
  • Tri-Axial Impact test machines
  • Chin Strap machines
  • Chin Bar machines
  • Penetrator machines
  • Velocimeter products
  • Load Cell products

Machine's motorization can be controlled via virtual keypad.

cadex sofware features

  • Over 13 years of improvement.
  • Friendly user interface.

    cadex sofware features

  • Customizable applications. The integrated design tools help users to customize their applications according to their testing needs.

    cadex sofware features

  • Easy to read reports (Shown: a hard report copy of a calibration report);

    Example of hard copy report

  • Virtual remote control.
  • Lab view Data Platform.
  • Data extraction using Microsoft Excel.

Parameter List

The following table describes a list of parameter captured by the software and provided in your report:
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No. Column Title Description
1 Impact # Number of drop Test
2 Peak Acc. (G) Peak G Force on Headform (provided in G)
3 Peak Acc. (m/sec?) Peak G Force on Headform (provided in m/sec?)
4 Velocity IN (m/sec) Velocity of helmet just before impact in meters per second
5 Time Gate (msec) Time for the Flag to pass through the Time Gate in milliseconds
6 Energy (Joules) Impact energy in Joules
7 Delta T 150G (msec) Time in milliseconds between 2 points of the rise and fall at 150G on the graph curve.
8 Delta T 200G (msec) Time in milliseconds between 2 points of the rise and fall at 200G on the graph curve.
9 SI Area under the graph curve
10 Friction (%) Drop friction based on recorded versus theorical speed at impact.
11 Drop Height (cm) The Height the helmet was dropped from in centimeters.
12 Anvil Type Type of anvil: Hemispherical, Flat, Etc.
13 Position Position of the helmet based on testers description.
14 Pass of Fail Helmet Passed or Failed the test
15 Test Date Date of test
16 Test Time Time of test
17 Elapse Time Elapse time between drops
18 HIC Area under the graph curve (different equation from SI)
19 Compression (mm) Equation estimates compression in millimeters
20 Restitution (%) The difference between the velocity IN and the velocity OUT
21 Peak Force (N) To use with the Load Cell
22 Graph Ref. Where there are more than one graph, this tells which one to refer.
23 Artificial Acc. (m/sec) Not supported anymore in current machines
24 Velocity OUT (m/sec) Velocity of the bounce going up after the first impact in meters per second.
25 Velocity IN (km/h) Velocity of the helmet just before impact in kilometers per hour.
26 Velocity IN (miles/h) Velocity of the helmet just before impact in miles per hour.
27 Velocity IN (feet/sec) Velocity of the helmet just before impact in feet per second.
28 Projectile Type Type of projectile dropped on the helmet
29 Acc. (G) peak+3msec Vietnamese standard
30 Acc. (G) peak+6msec Vietnamese standard