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Water-cooled electrodynamic shaker LDS V964

water-cooled electrodynamic shaker
water-cooled electrodynamic shaker
water-cooled electrodynamic shaker
water-cooled electrodynamic shaker
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A water-cooled electrodynamic shaker for shock and high-performance vibration testing of large devices, such as satellite and aircraft components, up to 907 kg (2000 lb). It can deliver sine and random forces up to 89 kN (20,000 lbf) and has a maximum overturning moment of 3.13 kN·m (2308 lb·ft). This shaker is used to test reliability and durability of some of the world’s most complex products and applications, including avionics instrumentation, defence electronics and telecommunications assemblies. LDS® V964 is designed to accommodate outsize articles for high-frequency vibration and high-shock force testing, whether in single- or multi-shaker configurations. USE SCENARIOS Three-axis testing of complete satellite systems Durability testing of avionics and military hardware Structural dynamics testing, including classical and operational modal analyses, Test-FEA integration and SRS analysis Tests in cleanrooms and controlled environments, such as aerospace testing facilities Testing involving hazardous materials, including transport simulation tests Multi-shaker, multi-axis applications, such as satellite and missile testing CHARACTERISTICS The smallest of our high-force shakers, V964 offers a high overturning moment coupled with top force ratings, which is why it is ideal for testing satellite systems. Combining an advanced armature fabrication and water-based cooling, it is capable of efficiently delivering optimal acceleration and velocity.

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