Drop Tester DT2000s with optional high-speed camera
HIGH-CLASS drop testing
Drop Tester DT2000s is used to test the breakage of various small items and components.
Drop Tester DT2000s is used to test the breakage of various small products up to 5 kilograms. With our Drop Tester you can also attach a high frequency video camera to the equipment in order to verify what actually happens, when the tested item hits the base of the machine.
Test product is attached to the suction pads and dropped from a height of 500 – 2 000 mm or speed of 3.45 – 6.25 m/s. The dropping sled guides the test item down towards the base at the wanted orientation.
500–2000 mm (optional extensions up to 5000 mm)
Set custom dropbase 0–200 mm
up to 5kg (10kg with EW and EWW)
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Drop Testing Specifications
- Drop height: 500 – 2 000 mm (optional extensions up to 5 000 mm)
- Drop platform: Set custom drop base 0 – 200 mm
- Drop velocity: 3.45 – 6.25 m/s
- Test capacity: up to 5 kg (10 kg with EW and EWW)
- Adjustable drop height, orientation and velocity
- Adjustable product offset: -100 to +300
- Steady aluminium frame, reliable construction
- Safety cage and electronic door lock
- Reliable and accurate results with dropping sled
- Minimal orientation variation
- Easy access to product for inspection
- Drop counter
- High frequency video camera trigger output
- Memory stick slot for data collection
DROP TESTER DT2000s
with optional high-speed camera
|Engine power||0.25 kW|
|Air supply / Air flow||6 bar / 150 l/min|
|Electrical supply||100-240 V, 50-60 Hz|
|BNC Output||Trigger for camera|
The machine can be used to perform standardized tests in accordance with;
- IEC 60068-2-31
- IEC 60601-1
- IEC 62368-1
- ISO 11608-1
- MIL-STD-810H, Method 516.8
The tester complies with directive 2006/42/EY, 2014/35/EU and 2014/30/EU, and standard SFS EN ISO 12100 has been applied.
Drop Tester must not be used to test explosive objects or such objects which at breaking release hazardous gases that may cause a health risk to the user or the surroundings.