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Calibration Service – Shock

We calibrate your shock loggers and shock transducers in our accredited laboratory. Quickly and reliably.

When a device is subjected to vibrations or shocks, the built-in shock sensor sends a signal to trigger a function, such as a warning, or switches the device on and off. Such shock transducers can be found in many everyday devices to ensure user safety. It is therefore essential that these measuring devices and sensors are traced back or calibrated at regular intervals.

In our accredited laboratory (DAkkS) we offer a variety of calibration services for shock transducers and shock loggers.

  • Accredited calibration services at DAkkS level
  • One-stop-services with in-house calibration systems
  • Lowest possible measurement uncertainty
  • Reliable contact person and personal advice
  • Short processing time in our laboratory (optional: express calibration)

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Products from SPEKTRA for shock calibration

Shock transducers and shock measuring instruments

Secondary calibration in accordance with ISO 16063-22:2005 and DKD-R 3-1 Blatt 2:2018

  • sin2 pulse
    0.08 ms...10 ms (acceleration: 0.2 km/s2...100 km/s2)
  • sin pulse
    30 µs...200 µs (acceleration: 0.2 km/s2 ..100 km/s2)

We also offer primary calibration of integrated shock transducers (internal reference standards) and factory calibration of your devices.

 

In our service for the measurand shock, we also calibrate shock loggers.

Shock loggers

Secondary calibration in accordance with ISO 16063-22:2005 and DKD-R 3-1 Blatt 2:2018

  • sin2 pulse
    0.08 ms...10 ms (acceleration: 0.2 km/s2...100 km/s2)

Digital vibration transducers (DTI) and sensors with a DTI interface can also be calibrated using a sin² pulse.

 

Primary calibration shock sensors

Calibration systems for shock absorbers

Secondary calibration in accordance with ISO 16063-22:2005 and DKD-R 3-1 Blatt 2:2018

  • sin2 pulse
    0.08 ms...10 ms (acceleration: 0.2 km/s2...100 km/s2)
  • sin pulse
    30 µs...200 µs (acceleration: 0.2 km/s2...100 km/s2)

 

On-site calibration of vibration test systems

Vibration test systems

On-site calibration of your vibration test system at a DAkkS accredited level and in accordance with calibration instructions

  • 0.5 ms...20 ms (acceleration: 20 m/s2...500 m/s2)

Further information on the on-site calibration

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Key Features

Amplitude range

  • 200 m/s²…100 km/s² (DAkkS accredited)
  • up to 2 000 km/s² as factory calibration

Calibration in accordance with

  • ISO 16063-22:2005
  • DKD-R 3-1 Blatt 2:2018
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