*1 Random force ratings are specified in accordance with ISO5344 conditions. Please contact IMV or your local distributor with specific test requirements.
*2 Power supply: 3-phase 200/220/380/400/415V, 50/60 Hz. A transformer is required for other supply voltages.
*3 In case of 400 V
*4 Maximum velocity 4.6m/s. High velocity restricts maximum Shock force. Please contact IMV or your local distributor with specific test requirements.
*5 Spec described above is in case of 50Hz. Dimension is changed in case of 60Hz.
*6 In case of high velocity option
*7 Export License is required for exporting the shaker system of over 50 kN Sine force.
* The specification shows the maximum system performance. For long-duration tests, de-rating by up to 70% must be applied. Continuous use at maximum levels may cause failure.
* In the case of Random vibration test, please set the test definition of the peak value of acceleration waveform to be operated less than the maximum acceleration of Shock.
* Frequency range values vary according to sensor and vibration controller.
* Armature mass and acceleration may change when chamber is comibined.
The i-Series Vibration Test System from IMV is a High Grade type test system designed to offer a solution for the diverse and strict range of test specifications and requirements. The i-Series range of shaker systems offers a user-friendly line-up with premium-grade performance and enhanced durability that you would expect from IMV.
The High Grade Vibration Generator features maximum acceleration of 1250 m/s2, a maximum velocity of 2.2m/s, maximum displacement of 51mm and a maximum loading mass of 1,000kg.
A common feature in IMV Vibration Test Systems is low noise output. This is achieved by the optimised design of the air intake, based on fluid dynamics. IMV have achieved 54kN excitation force by optimising the magnetic circuits based on finite element analysis coupled with their unique cooling technologies.
Further innovation is seen in the i-Series shakers with IMV’s Parallel Support Guide System (PSG), which supports the upper armature.
The PSG significantly improves both durability, reliability of the system resulting in a higher quality of vibration and it’s design provides adequate stiffness and rigidity when compared to a roller support system. This is achieved by an alternative alignment of gears that have a unique curve called an involute curve.Learn More