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When to Do A HALT/HASS Test vs Electrodynamic (ED) Shaker Test by Dr. Alec Feinberg Cost $200 per person 2 hours

Vibration testing has actually gotten more confusing today than people realize. HALT has become so popular, that many people do not even take the time to understand vibration exposure and the types of tests that are available on Electrodynamic (ED) shakers including shock and sine testing; as well many people may not even understand that ED shakers do random vibration as well. This short course will clarify when to do an ED test instead of a HALT test and vice versa and what type of test to do.

This two-hour course, which costs $200, will cover the strengths of ED shakers compared to HALT. HALT and ED shakers both produce high intense vibrations that can test and screen your product. In this short course we will explain the use of one method over the other. How does the quality of HALT vibration compare to electrodynamic vibration? How are these tests methods different? Are we actively using one tool too much due to limited options? Also, is there a difference from an analytical view point or is the bottom line simply vibration exposure? We need to understand our analytical limits as well. It is important to understand the differences as vibration testing is very expensive and time consuming; we need to make wise investments decisions when testing. In this course we will address these concerns. We will look at our options and when these tests can actually overlap and when they do not. We will provide insight to help guide one in smart test choices.

 Dr. Feinberg has a Ph.D. in Physics and is the author of the book, Design for Reliability. Alec has provided reliability engineering services in all areas of reliability and on numerous products in diverse industries that include solar, thin film power electronics, defense, microelectronics, aerospace, wireless electronics, and automotive electrical systems. He has provided training classes in Design for Reliability, Shock and Vibration, HALT, Reliability Growth, Electrostatic Discharge, Dielectric Breakdown, DFMEA and Thermodynamic Reliability Engineering. Alec has presented numerous technical papers and won the 2003 RAMS Alan O. Plait best tutorial award for the topic, “Thermodynamic Reliability Engineering.”

To purchase this webinar contact with link above or call 303 655 3051.