Miniature Inertial Shaker System
The K2002E01 Miniature Electrodynamic Inertial Shaker System consists of a compact and lightweight 2002E inertial force generator, along with a compact 2000E mini amplifier. The shaker system is well-suited for structural testing as well as a variety of general vibration testing applications particularly in small, confined locations.
The generator has a single 0.141 in (3.6 mm) diameter mounting through-hole and a rugged internal suspension system that eliminates test fixture requirements for most testing applications. Miscellaneous mounting screws are supplied to facilitate installation of the unit, either directly to the test structure or through a force sensor. The 2002E can be operated in any orientation and is therefore easily positioned for modal or general excitation applications offering optimal force performance over a wide 20 Hz to 3000 Hz frequency range.
A unique inverted armature coil design and the latest composite materials combine to offer excellent axial compliance and high lateral stiffness, ensuring reliability and robustness. When the K2002E01 is combined with a piezoelectric force sensor (or impedance head) from PCB Piezotronics, the system becomes an ideal, compact force generator for driving point modal excitation or general purpose vibration excitation with unmatched reliability, performance and cost.
Compact size allows easy set-up for difficult-to-access locations
2 lbf (9 N) sine force excitation, stack them up (or add cooling) for doubling force
- Direct mounting requires no special fixturing support or manual alignment
- In-line fuse for overcurrent protection.
- Wide frequency range from 20 Hz to 3000 Hz
- Compatible with piezoelectric force transducers and shaker amplifiers
3 ft (90 cm) cable with in-line fuse; Spare fuses: 1 A and 2 A; Miscellaneous mounting screws and washer; Heavy duty case
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