The Joystick allows you to control the stage effortless from the test workspace and build new test paths. Log test locations directly from the joystick and change the jog speed to for both coarse and fine adjustment.
Software (XY Pathfinder) dedicated setup facility to interface with the XY stage when building new motion paths. Save motion paths entered via the joystick and import them directly into WaveMatrix. Advanced motion wizard allows you to build complex and repetitive paths in a fraction of the time.
Actuator Laser Sight mounts onto the actuator centrally and projects a laser onto the XY test area to pinpoint the exact test location. The laser crosshair projects directly onto the specimen and allows users to quickly and accurately build motion paths.
Modal control is an advanced feature of the 8800 controller that creates a composite channel to allow the load target to vary with actuator position.
The Calculations Module in WaveMatrix is another advanced feature that can be used to automatically determine the drug delivery time and stall force of the syringe from data in the force vs. time graph.
Quick response and excellent low force performance of the ElectroPuls actuator ensures an accurate simulation, even when there is friction in the syringe. A simple auto tune optimises the system using patented algorithms that are fast, effective, and produce consistent and reliable results across tests with drugs of different viscosities.
A custom waveform can either be recorded directly from a sample or created to replicate the impact of an actual gait cycle. WaveMatrix software allows users to create and import their own custom waveform in the form of a CSV file. Through this custom waveform tab, customers also have the ability to specify the impact duration.
The Calculations Module, allows for the addition of virtual channels into a test method like energy, velocity, acceleration as well as the traditional transducer channels of position and force.
Advanced Amplitude Control is a module for WaveMatrix which when used in combination with calculated or virtual channels, will allow for control of those parameters. The result is that the system will maintain a constant cycle energy applied to the specimen with each impact.