The NASA Plum Brook Station Space Power Facility (SPF) is at the forefront of a new era in space exploration.
Located in Sandusky, Ohio, the SPF is home to the world’s preeminent space environmental simulation test cells. Before they can blast off, spacecraft are tested to ensure they can withstand the harsh conditions of launch and ascent in the world’s most powerful reverberant acoustic testing facility and on a massive three-axis vibration system. The SPF’s Space Simulation Vacuum Chamber, recreating the conditions found in space, is the largest in the world.
High-stakes testing requires accurate, reliable measurements. To support the wide variety of sensors and large number of measurements taken at the SPF, NASA turned to Precision Filters for high-performance signal conditioning.
To learn more about how Precision Filters is helping to launch NASA into its next phase, visit pfinc.com and read “Signal Conditioning for the NASA Vibro-Acoustic Test Facility Plum Brook Station”.
For more detailed information about the PFI’s signal conditioning solutions, please contact Precision Filters, Inc. at 607-277-3550 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ESA’s European Service Module ready for testing in the Space Power Facility,
Space Power Facility images courtesy of NASA.