Standard: IEC 60068-2-59

ENVIRONMENTAL TESTING PART 2: TEST METHODS TEST FE: VIBRATION - SINE-BEAT METHOD

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This standard details methods for testing components, equipments and other electrotechnical products (hereinafter referred to as "specimens") which in service can be subjected to pulsating or oscillating forces of short duration caused, for example, by seismic or explosive phenomena or by vibration in machinery.

In this test the specimen is excited at fixed frequencies with a preset number of sine beats. These fixed test frequencies are predetermined frequencies, critical frequencies identified by means of a sinusoidal vibration test (IEC 68-2-6) or both. Pauses are provided between the individual sine beats in order to allow decay of the free response of the specimen.

Specification writers will find in clause 12 a list of details to be considered for inclusion in specifications and, in annex A, the guidance.

Organization: International Electrotechnical Commission
Document Number: iec 60068-2-59
Publish Date: 1990-11-01
Page Count: 54
Change Type: STCH
Available Languages: EN,FR
DOD Adopted: NO
ANSI Approved: NO
Most Recent Revision: YES
Current Version: NO
Status: Inactive

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