Spectral Dynamics (Dunegan/Endevco) 4511M PIND System

Rent Spectral Dynamics (Dunegan/Endevco) 4511M Particle Impact Noise Detector System
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Spectral Dynamics 4511M
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Spectral Dynamics (Dunegan/Endevco) 4511M Particle Impact Noise Detector System is the most advanced PIND system available today. Combining sensors that monitor and display the shaker motion with feedback control to correct for any changes in test conditions, the 4511M PIND test system generates accurate and repeatable test conditions. Its ultra-sensitive, ultrasonic (155 kHz) sensor can detect particles as small as one mil in diameter impacting the package cavity. The microprocessor technology not only controls the motion but also allows the user to program over twenty steps at the precise “g” level to simulate the whole range of testing requirements. The operator simply enters the desired amplitude of shock or the amplitude duration and either vibration frequency or cavity height. The system then calculates the appropriate frequency and generates the proper shaker motion — automatically.
 
Spectral Dynamics 4511M Features
  • The 4511M system easily exceeds the requirements of all military standards for PIND testing (U.S. MIL-STD-883, 750, 202, 39016D).
  • Embedded sensors that monitor and display the actual shaker motion with feedback control to correct for any changes in test conditions, the 4511M test system generates accurate and repeatable test conditions.
  • The unique 4511M PIND shaker creates accurate shock levels by controlling the velocity of the shaker head and correcting for device differences prior to impact.
  • The 4511M system offers a low profile, low stray magnetic field design that eliminates any need for an expensive special test bench, required for conventional shakers with external shock fixtures.
  • The 4511M system is an all DIGITAL system with no knobs or screws to adjust. It is fully programmable to your own specifications or as required by MIL standards. -allowing the user to enter different g levels, and frequencies.