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Mechanical Drop Shock Testing

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Figure 3-3: Data output for test sample experiencing 15,000 g.

To complement the mechanical drop shock testing, the EMPF also offers vibration testing using a Labworks vibration table. Shock and vibration testing can be combined with thermal cycling or thermal shock, Temperature Humidity Bias (THB) Testing, Highly Accelerated Stress Testing (HAST), salt fog, high temperature storage, or other environmental testing. For more information on shock or other reliability testing, please contact Ken Friedman, at 610.362.1200, extension 279 or via email at kfriedman@aciusa.org.

Figure 3-4: Theoretical schematic diagram of a piezoelectric accelerometer. Courtesy of PCB Piezotronics, Inc.

Dan Perez | R&D Engineer

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JANUARY 2010

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