Tarang's Centrifuge Machine
for Acceleration is used to analyze the mechanical behavior of parts and assemblies subjected to linear acceleration. It is used in the Avionics and military hardware testing, Satellite component testing, Telecom, Automobiles Industries, Automotive parts, R&D laboratories and system qualification testing, Product development, reliability, Stress screening etc as per relevant ISO, IEC, JSS 55555, MIL and other international Standards.
The centrifuge machine for acceleration has a robust structure that consists of an outer enclosure for safety point of view to withstand centrifugal force acting on the test object. It consists of a rotating platform with two mounting plates which can accommodate a wide variety of payloads, in various sizes and load at a required radial distance from centre to achieve the desired acceleration. The machine is driven by permanent magnet brushless servo motor. The speed of machine is varied by the PWM amplifier with instrumentation system having built-in digital closed loop control.
Salient Features :
- Rigid and robust structure
- Adjustable drop height
- Servo motor control for high accuracy
- Easy programmable test parameters
- Upto 100 programmable steps
- Acceleration tests in accordance with IS, IEC, MIL-810,ASTM etc
- PC based control and monitoring
- Visual monitoring of Unit under test
- Various safety interlocks for safe operation
- Electrical, Electronics, Pneumatic, Hydraulic terminals are available
Tarang Linear Acceleration Machines are available from 1mG to 10000G / 1g-kg to 50000 g-kg of very high precision. Facility of visual monitoring of Unit under Test mounted on platform is through CCTV. Electrical, electronic, Data transfer, RF, Pneumatic, Hydraulic connections are available for actual working conditions test environment. The Centrifuge Machine for Acceleration consists of a rotating platform which has threaded holes to mount the model/specimen at a required radial distance from centre to achieve the desired acceleration on a particular r.p.m. of platform. The desired acceleration is dependent on radial distance and speed of rotating platform as.