Classical shock performs closed loop control of transient waveforms. Here’s what’s included:Download Demo
Select from half-sine, haversine, initial-peak sawtooth, terminal-peak sawtooth, triangle, trapezoid and square pulse shapes.
The control signal can be a single input channel, or an average of 2 to 4 different input channels.
Repeat a pulse from 1 to more than 2 billion times, with a configurable repetition rate. Tests can be configured to run pulses at different amplitude levels.
To protect your test article and shaker system, configurable acceleration and drive limits can be set by the user. The control input is also verified against shaker force, velocity, and displacement ratings.
The controller automatically equalizes the response of the shaker/fixture/product prior to running the test. This equalization can be memorized and stored with the test to quickly start a test at full equalized level.Shock Webinar
All of the test data can be stored to the disk for later retrieval. Data storage can be done manually, or programmed to automatically store at user-defined pulse intervals.
Many graphical display options are available, including acceleration, velocity, displacement, output voltage, acceleration and drive spectra. Graphs can be easily auto-scaled or zoomed, and cursors displayed. Data and text annotations can be easily placed on the graphs, with data values updated live as the data changes.
The second output channel supplies a reference signal to indicate when a pulse is running. This can be used to trigger external measurement devices.
Used to import a time domain user specified transient. Typical use is the Belcore earthquake test.
Runs a shock pulse defined by a frequency vs G peak table. Many different waveform synthesis generation techniques included.SRS Software
Capture a transient waveform for post process. Use alone for data acquisition or with SRS for Shock Response Spectra analysis.Transient Software