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Testing laboratory for climatic, mechanical
and corrosive environmental stress
CERTIFICATE of QUALITY TEST
Test report - No. 10996.02 / 14
Client
Baumer Hübner GmbH
Max-Dohrn-Str. 2 + 4
10589 Berlin
Equipment under test
Incremental Encoder
1 sample
HOG 165C DN 1024 I
SN 70001050789
manufacturing date
December 2014
Purpose
Test of the dynamic-mechanical robustness and operability
under defined environmental conditions
Test program
Vibration, sinusoidal 20 g
Shock, half-sine 300 g
Test date
5 February to 11 February 2015
Realization / results
see page 2 to 3
Total number of pages
7 (incl. 2 appendices)
Test result
During and after the tests of the Incremental Encoder
HOG 165C no external damages were determined.
according to IEC 60068-2-6
according to IEC 60068-2-27
The operability of the specimen was ensured at any time.
The further evaluation will be done by the client.
Dipl.-Ing. R. Lein
head of test lab / test manager
Dipl.-Ing. M. Geburtig
test engineer
Berlin, 12 February 2015
AUCOTEAM GmbH
Storkower Str. 115a
10407 Berlin
Tel. 030 42188-0
Fax 030 4232709
www.aucoteam.de
Sitz der Gesellschaft: Berlin
Amtsgericht Berlin Charlottenburg HRB 38393
USt.-ID-Nr. DE 137 190 620
Geschäftsführer:
Dipl.-Ing. Bernd Rhiemeier
Berliner Volksbank eG
BIC BEVODEBB
IBAN DE56 1009 0000 8301 8410 28
Commerzbank AG
BIC DRESDEFF100
IBAN DE53 1008 0000 0400 4292 00
Test report-No. 10996.02 / 14 page 2 / 3
1
Purpose
Test of the dynamic-mechanical robustness and operability of the Incremental Encoder
HOG 165C under defined environmental conditions.
2
3
Equipment under test (EUT)
Incremental Encoder
SN
HOG 165C DN 1024 I
70001050789
delivery date of the EUT
17 December 2014
Basics
3.1 Demands of the client
3.2 Used standards
IEC 60068-1:1988 + Corr. 1988 + A1:1992
DIN EN 60068-1:1995-03
„Environmental testing - Part 1: General and guidance“
IEC 60068-2-6:2007
DIN EN 60068-2-6; VDE 0468-2-6:2008-10
„Environmental testing - Part 2-6: Tests - Test Fc: Vibration (sinusoidal)“
IEC 60068-2-27:2008
DIN EN 60068-2-27; VDE 0468-2-27:2010-02
„Environmental testing - Part 2-27: Tests - Test Ea and guidance: Shock“
IEC 60068-2-47:2005
DIN EN 60068-2-47:2006-03
„Environmental testing - Part 2-47: Tests - Mounting of specimens for vibration, impact
and similar dynamic tests“
4
Test program
4.1 Vibration, sinusoidal - Test Fc
according to IEC 60068-2-6
specimen
frequency range
amplitude
acceleration
sweep rate
number of axes
test duration
operating, with observation by the client
driving (100 ± 5) rpm by external motor
10 - 2000 Hz
10 – 22 Hz ± 10 mm
22 – 2000 Hz 196.2 m/s²
(20 g)
1 octave / min
3
1:30 h
(2 cycles per axis / 3 x 0:30 h)
4.2 Shock, half-sine - Test Ea
according to IEC 60068-2-27
specimen
acceleration
pulse duration
number of directions
test duration
not operating
2943 m/s²
(300 g)
app. 1.5 ms
6
18 shocks
(3 shocks in each direction)
Test report-No. 10996.02 / 14 page 3 / 3
5
Realization
The environmental tests were carried out one by one according to the program of testing methods,
according to the standards and to the demands of the client.
Visual inspection
Before and after each single test, the Incremental Encoder was examined visually for mechanical
damages and any other changes.
Functional test
The functional test were realized during the vibration tests by the client.
Failure criteria
- mechanical or functional damages or any other changes
Fastening of the specimen during dynamic-mechanical tests
The specimen was mounted to an aluminum fixture by the client.
This aluminum fixture with the specimen was directly installed in the respective axis on the
vibration / shock table, see pictures in appendix 2.
Because of a mechanical defect in the aluminum fixture during the test in the X-axis, for the
remainder of the test (approximately 5 minutes) the fixture was supported by a clamping yoke.
Measuring and test equipment
vibration device
control channel 1 (vibration table)
measuring channel 3 (specimen - red)
Incremental Encoder test device
motor
power supply
notebook
shock table
control channel 1 (shock table)
Low Impedance Coupler
oscilloscope
6
TV59335/AIT-440 (SN: 054-09, TIRA)
acceleration sensor 352C22 (SN: LW139303, PCB)
acceleration sensor 352C22 (SN: LW166820, PCB)
HENQ 1100 (provided by the client)
(provided by the client)
(provided by the client)
(provided by the client)
STT 800 (TIRA)
acceleration sensor 752-500 (SN: 12858, Endevco)
5118B2 (SN: C160003, Kistler)
SDS 200 (SN: 03-090032B, softDSP)
Results
6.1 Vibration, sinusoidal – Test
During and after the test of the Incremental Encoder HOG 165C with
- Vibration, sinusoidal
- Test Fc
(10 – 2000 Hz, ± 10 mm / 196.2 m/s², 3 x 0:30 h, operating with external drive and monitoring)
no external damages nor other changes were determined at the specimen.
6.2 Shock, half-sine - Test Ea
During and after the test of the Incremental Encoder HOG 165C with
- Shock, half-sine
(2943 m/s², app. 1.5 ms, 6 x 3 shocks, not operating)
- Test Ea
no external damages nor other changes were determined at the specimen.
During and after the tests of the Incremental Encoder
HOG 165C no external damages were determined.
The operability of the specimen was ensured at any time.
The further evaluation will be done by the client.
The results of the test only refer to the above mentioned equipment under test.
The report or individual pages of this test report may only be copied following the written consent
of the test laboratory. The test report-No. 10996.02 / 14 includes 3 pages and appendix 1 to 2.
appendix 1 – vibration and shock protocols
appendix 2 – pictures
Appendix 1 to test report-No. 10996.02 / 14 page 1 / 2
Vibration, sinusoidal, X-axis, - control channel, - acceleration at specimen (channel 3)
Vibration, sinusoidal, Y-axis, - control channel, - acceleration at specimen (channel 3)
Vibration, sinusoidal, Z-axis, - control channel, - acceleration at specimen (channel 3)
Appendix 1 to test report-No. 10996.02 / 14 page 2 / 2
4000
amplitude [m/s²] maximum value: 2956 m/s²
averaged curve [m/s²] m aximum value: 2910 m/s²
3500
3000
amplitude [m/s²]
2500
2000
1500
1000
500
0
-500
-1000
0
0,5
1
1,5
2
2,5
impulse duration [ms]
3
3,5
4
3,5
4
Shock, half-sine (control channel)
1000
500
0
amplitude [m/s²]
-500
-1000
-1500
-2000
-2500
-3000
amplitude [m/s²] m aximum value: 3093 m/s²
averaged curve [m/s²] maximum value: 2996 m/s²
-3500
-4000
0
0,5
1
1,5
Shock, half-sine, inverted (control channel)
2
2,5
impulse duration [ms]
3
Appendix 2 to test report-No. 10996.02 / 14 page 1 / 2
Pictures
picture 1
Incremental Encoder HOG 165C
on the vibration test device
during vibration test in X-axis
picture 2
Incremental Encoder HOG 165C on the vibration
table with acceleration sensors and clamping yoke
during vibration test in X-axis
picture 3
Incremental Encoder HOG 165C
specimens on the vibration test device
during vibration test in Y-axis
picture 4
Incremental Encoder HOG 165C
on the vibration table with acceleration sensors
during vibration test in Y-axis
picture 5
Incremental Encoder HOG 165C
specimen on the vibration test device
during vibration test in Z-axis
picture 6
Incremental Encoder HOG 165C
on the vibration table with acceleration sensors
during vibration test in Z-axis
Appendix 2 to test report-No. 10996.02 / 14 page 2 / 2
picture 7
Incremental Encoder HOG 165C
on the shock table with acceleration sensor
during shock test in X-axis, positive direction
picture 8
Incremental Encoder HOG 165C
on the shock table with acceleration sensor
during and shock test in X-axis, negative direction
picture 9
Incremental Encoder HOG 165C
on the shock table with acceleration sensor
during shock test in Y-axis, positive direction
picture 10
Incremental Encoder HOG 165C
on the shock table with acceleration sensor
during shock test in Y-axis, negative direction
picture 11
Incremental Encoder HOG 165C
on the shock table with acceleration sensor
during shock test in Z-axis, positive direction
picture 12
Incremental Encoder HOG 165C
on the shock table with acceleration sensor
during shock test in Z-axis, negative direction
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