Vibration Testing M2 Series

Vibration Test M2 Series MPA721-M544A

Satellites undergo a stressful journey from the launch pad until they reach their final orbit. A failure in any one of their components may result in malfunctioning of the satellite, which is expensive and will delay the program for years.
This makes it vital for all space systems – such as satellites – to undergo an intensive program of pre-launch tests.
These include the force limited vibration test (FLVT). This test, conducted at ground level, involves subjecting the satellite to all vibrations that are likely to occur during its flight from earth to orbit. If a problem arises, corrective actions can be taken.

Features mechanical:
Sine
Random
Shock
Static load
Specimen length [mm]: 1130.0
Specimen width/dia [mm]: 1605.0
Specimen height/thk [mm]: 1314.0
Mass max. [kg]: 2200.0
Frequency min. [Hz]: 5
Frequency max. [Hz]: 2100
Acceleration sine max. [g]: 100.0
Acceleration random max. [g rms]: 200.0
Acceleration shock [g]: 10000
Displacement max. [peak to peak mm]: 51.0
Cleanroom classes (ISO 14644-1):
ISO Class ≤5
ISO Class 6
ISO Class 7
ISO Class 8
ISO Class 9
Certification:
ISO/IEC 17025
ISO 9001
AS/EN/JISQ 9100
Keywords: Vibration Test, FLVT, vibrations