Mechanical Shock

September 12, 2016

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Mechanical Shock Testing

The electrodynamic vibration test machines are also used to generate highly repeatable mechanical shock testing events. Standard shock pulses such as half-sine, saw tooth and trapezoid shapes are all available.

Higher accelerations can also be performed on the pneumatic assist drop-shock test machine.

Clients with HALT reliability testing requirements combine rapid temperature transitions with vibration testing in our AGREE chamber with transition rates as high as 20°C per minute.

Electrodynamic Machines

    Acceleration: 100 g maximum
    Displacement: 50 mm maximum
    Product Weight: 455 kg maximum

Controller

    Input Channels: 8 maximum

Pneumatic Assist Machine

    Acceleration: 3,000 g maximum
    Product Weight: 23 kg. maximum

Methods

AREMA Part 11.5.1
EIA-364-27B
GMW3172
IEC 68-2-27
IEC 60068-2-64
IEC 61373
ISO 16750-3
JIS E 3014
MIL-STD-202 Method 213B
RTCA/DO-160E Sect. 7

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