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STAG • 2020

Sine Tracking, Analysis and Generation ( STAG )

Generate Sine on Random tests reflective of environments with dominant rotational tones that are rendered as sine tones on a shaker table. STAG is a real-world evaluation for products that may experience these dominant sinusoidal components, such as engine components.

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ObserVIEW screenshot displaying STAG zoomed in

VibrationVIEW iDOF Comparison with labels

iDOF • 2015

Instant Degrees of Freedom® ( iDOF )

A random vibration test module designed to solve the problem of over or under-testing of high-value products. Instant Degrees of Freedom enables companies to run highly accurate vibration tests in a condensed period while ensuring their products are tested for just the right amount of time.

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FDS • 2010

Fatigue Damage Spectrum ( FDS )

Predict your product’s life expectancy through accelerated testing. What is the best random test to simulate my product’s environment? How long should I be running my random test? Can I accelerate my testing? If you’re asking these questions, you need FDS.

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FDS Kurtosis VibrationVIEW screenshot

Kurtosion VibrationVIEW screenshot

Kurtosion • 2005

Kurtosion

Add a third dimension to your random vibration testing when your in-service vibration environment is not Gaussian. Where is the most damage potential of your product? Typically at PEAK acceleration levels. Make your test better reflect what is happening in the real world!

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FDR • 1995

Field Data Replication ( FDR )

Play back your collected data in real-time (time history) and reproduce them on a shaker in your test lab. There is no need to try to approximate your field environment through the approximations inherent in the standard random, sine, or shock tests.

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VibrationVIEW Field Data Replication (FDR) Profile

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