Shock Control by Crystal Instruments

Like other types of vibration tests, shock tests, are used to measure the reliability and durability of the object under test. Classical Shock Control provides precise, real-time, multi-channel control and analysis of a transient motion in the time domain. Classical pulse shapes include half-sine, haversine, terminal-peak sawtooth, initial-peak saw tooth, triangle, rectangle, and trapezoid. The recording option records time stream data at the full sample rate for all input channels. Shock response spectrum (SRS) analysis can be applied to any input signal; optionally control of the DUT’s SRS may be executed. Applicable Test Standards include MIL-STD-810F, MIL-STD-202F, ISO 9568 and IEC 60068 (plus user-defined specifications).

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