Mobile High-Power-Shaker for components

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Target Markets

  • Automotive
  • Aviation
  • Space
  • Utility vehicles
  • Motorcycle
  • White goods
  • Electronics

Benefits

  • Usefulness
  • Mobile
  • No test drives necessary
  • Cost-effective
  • Easy to operate

Technical data of the HPS for components

  • ± 0,1 cm³
  • ~ 2000 ms
  • 15 - 99 Hz
  • USB
  • 54(H) x 150(B) x 170(T)
  • ~ 20kg
  • 5V, ~ 475mA
  • MS Windows 7, 8, 10 Professional (32/64 bit)

Plant description:

  • Base frame based on steel base plate with 3 adapter positions for a High Power Shaker
  • Vibrating table (1500 x 650 mm) with test specimen holder and bearings
  • 1 High Power Shaker HPS 350 with adapter plate
  • Switch cabinet with control for the shaker
  • PC system for control and evaluation
  • Sensor system with recording device for drive file recording
  • Software with data logger, headphones, measuring microphones for noise recording and evaluation

The test bench for vehicle components - The EvoCarb - impresses with the completely redesigned optic and the technical performance increase through the swinging table made of carbon - which promises particularly effective Buzz Squeak and Rattle analyzes.

These unrivaled properties of the carbon material have an immediate positive effect on our new component shaker. Due to the low weight of the swing table of only 20 kg, components with a higher dead weight can be tested. The stiffness and the high load capacity of the carbon also cause a precise and extremely high power transmission in the component

Highly resistant to corrosion and environmental degradation in combination with shape retention in the event of temperature changes, the material used in our patented shaker makes the shaker perfectly suitable for use in a climatic chamber.

In spite of its singular capabilities, the EvoCarb is whisper quiet while in operation. Its negligible noise output makes it possible to pinpoint potentially disruptive noises and enables our customers to find the appropriate solutions at an early stage.

Conclusion:

The components (e.g. seats and instrument panels) are consecutively or simultaneous excited on this shaker system in three axes (X/Y/Z) with time-history, random or synthetic signals. The simultaneous three-dimensional excitation with 3 actuators instead of just one promises an even more realistic simulation of roadway profiles.