Testing Equipment for UN38.3 & UL

Computerized Automatic Vibration System (UN38.3.4.3) -- MSK-ES-3

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Product Name Computerized Automatic Vibration System (UN38.3.4.3) -- MSK-ES-3
Sale Price Call for Price
Product Code 3201
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Item Number MSK-ES-3
 
  •  SPECIFICATIONS
  • Power Requirement
  • 208 - 230 VAC,   three phase,   50/60 Hz
    6 KW
    440 V,   380 VAC power supply available upon request
  • Vibration Table
  • Vibration table size :  950 mm x 650 mm x 800 mm
    Vibration table weight :  750 Kg
    Exciting Force :  300Kg Max--
    Frequency range :  5 ~ 3000 Hz programmable for fixing,  scanning,  sinwave etc.
    Max. Acceleration :  10 G
    Max. Speed :  1.6 m/s
    Max. displacement :  25 mm  (peak to peak)
    Max. sample Load :  15 Kg  (under 8G)
    Vibration direction :  Perpendicular
    Wave type :  Shock,  Sin-Wave or Random   
  • Control Unit  
  • Software and desk-top PC & monitor are included for immediate operation.
    Vibration Settings: Shock, Sin-Wave or Radom selectable
    Programable Shock Parameters

    ○   Wave types :  Half Sin-Wave,  Zigzag,  Retangular,  Ladder-Shaped,  and etc.
    ○   Frequency range :  DC - 22000 Hz
    ○   Duration time :  0.5 - 3000 mS   

  • Venting
  • Venting blower (180 W) is included
    Venting port size :  120 mm diameter
    Air flow rate :  0.40 m3/ s
    Venting is required for complete operation
  • Warranty
  • One year limited manufacturer's warranty with lifetime support; extended warranty available upon request at additional cost.
    On site installation and trainning for UN38.3 are avaiable at extra cost
  • Shipping Weight & Dimensions
  • Total shipping with three pallets via freight only
    Total shipping weight :  1050 kg
    2 crated pallets in total :

    ○   (1) 600Kg  (1270 x 1200 x 1080, mm)
    ○   (2) 450kg  (850 x 730 x 1800, mm)

  • Demo
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