Electronics Vibration Testing

Electronic vibration testing encompasses a wide variety of products that are used in daily life. Weeding out design failures, shipping/handling flaws and assembly errors before entering the marketplace for cell phone, personal computer or even radio manufacturers is a must to ensure device longevity.

Applicable (NVH) Vibration Control Software

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Enter two values out of the four between Acceleration, Frequency, Velocity, or Displacement, and the calculator will do the rest.

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Measure your products fatigue and calculate its lifespan. Commonly used life acceleration techniques are applied to shorten test time.

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Re-introduce the high acceleration peaks back into your random vibration tests.

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Products are at risk of being dropped or damaged during shipping and handling.

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Reproduce, in your test Lab on your shaker, the actual acceleration waveform you measure in the field.

Copy > Paste with Excel & Word in VibrationVIEW

Copying data from VibrationVIEW to Microsoft Excel and Microsoft WordCopy & Paste Vibration Test Profiles and Graphs into and out of Microsoft Word & Excel. This is especially useful when sharing profiles with colleagues or entering from a customer.


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Common Electronics Test Specifications

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ASTM Series
ISTA Series
Telcordia GR-63-CORE
IEEE 693
JESD 22-B103B
VDI 2059-3
BS EN 60068-2
IEC Series
ANSI C136.31-2018

How do I Measure the Life of my Product?

One question facing everyone from the designers to the purchasers of such a product is, “How much vibration will cause failure?” A related question is, “How long will the product last given a specified vibration environment?” This tutorial presents three test methods that can be used to answer these questions.

Measuring a Product’s Life

Electronics Labs using VR Products

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Compare Field Data to a Specification

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Reproduce your data 1:1 as it happened in the real world (transportation simulation). However, this can be time consuming.

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Run your recorded data. Run Random peaks as average, peak hold or somewhere in the middle. But, for how long?

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Real world data on the shaker in an accelerated way.

Chatter Monitoring

Chatter events can be classified as a discontinuity or bounce. Discontinuity is simply a significant deviation from a monitored parameter. Bounce is an event where the NO contact does not make a secure connection immediately when the electromagnetic coil is energized.

Data Acquisition & Analysis Applications Summary

  • Event Triggering
  • Transient Capture
  • GPS
  • In-vehicle Data Acquisition
  • Video/Data Synchronization
  • Drop Test
  • Pneumatic Shock
  • And more…

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Vibration Control Applications Summary

  • Electrical and Electronic Components
  • Drop Shock
  • Sine Resonance Track & Dwell
  • Battery
  • HALT-Highly Accelerated Life Testing
  • HASS-Highly Accelerated Stress Screening
  • Package Durability
  • And more…

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