Intercomp 102093 Variable Speed Shock Dynamometer, 28 Inch Masts
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Dynamometer Specs: 3HP Motor 3HP Variable Speed: 0.5 to 19 in/sec 3HP High Speed Dyno Speed: 0.5 to 55in/sec Adjustable Stroke: 1.0"", 1.5"", 2.0"" or 2.25"" Type K Thermocouple Sensor Runs on 220V Power Scotch Yoke System 2,000lb Load Cell USB Connection Compression/Tension Load Cell 28"" or 40"" Eye-to-Eye Masts Available Software Features: User Friendly, Easy-to-Operate Load & View Previous Shock Tests Overlay 20 graphs Display all measurement units independently Force:lb/kg Distance: in/cm Temp: °F/°C Warm Up for Time or Temp Test by Time or Temp Live Data Display/Live Graphing Option Real-Time PVP Graphing with CVP Graphs for Each Velocity Interval Peak Velocity Pick Off Testing/Graphing (PVP) Constant Velocity Testing/Graphing (CVP) View Data Points in 0.1"", 0.5"", 1.0"" Or 2.0"" Intervals Software Compatible with Windows 2000, Windows XP, Vista , Windows 7, & Windows 8 Check out the Video:
- 3HP Motor
- 3HP Variable Speed: 0.5 to 19 in/sec
- 3HP High Speed Dyno Speed: 0.5 to 55in/sec
- Adjustable Stroke: 1.0"", 1.5"", 2.0"" or 2.25""
- Type K Thermocouple Sensor
- Runs on 220V Power
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