DEWESoft presents the full range of modal and inertial shakers with
integrated and easy-to-use amplifiers.
Modal and inertial shakers come with an integrated amplifier and signal
generator; trunnion and handles for great positioning; integrated screen (only
with an integrated signal generator); and a small amplifier box for inertial
Permanent magnet shakers
Permanent magnet shakers are compact, lightweight and powerful general
purpose shakers, which can be used for modal and vibration testing. They come
with an integrated amplifier and sine wave generator where frequency can be
adjusted from 1 Hz to 15,000 Hz. Permanent magnet shakers are used for
vibration testing, shock testing, sensor calibration, separation and compacting
of powders, fatigue and resonance testing, velocity transducer or high speed
actuator and mechanical impedance measurement.
DEWESoft’s modal shakers are ideal for high frequency excitation content
or when signal controlled testing is desired. These can go up to 15,000 Hz and
provide force levels up to 440N with a maximum 25mm stroke. Lightweight,
durable, portable, easy to use, and adjustable using the through-hole armature,
DEWESoft modal shakers cover a wide range of structures for dynamic
characterisation from electronic boards and sub components to machinery,
vehicles, aircraft and even construction.
Usually used in modal testing and in the flight tests of aircraft, electrodynamic
shakers are traditional shakers that are not portable and the attachment
process takes time. However, DEWESoft inertial shakers are easily mounted and
have great mobility with their compact and lightweight design. They can be
mounted at any angle and provide a low friction guided bearing. Inertial
shakers are used for testing car chassis, squeaks, rattle testing in cars,
civil engineering, prototype testing, building structures, ship flight decks,
floor loading resonances, helicopters, rotor simulation, submarines and
vibration cancellation systems.
DEWESoft is a best in class provider of data measurement devices
and is represented in Australia and New Zealand by Metromatics.
For further information, please visit the Metromatics website www.metromatics.com.au, or call (07)