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Rapid Vibration Generator and Accessories Set

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Brand: Rapid MPN: 52-2675
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A set of basic equipment for the study of vibration and resonance. The set includes a vibration generator, resonant vibration strips and a longitudinal wave spring.

The Vibration Generator is essentially a loudspeaker. A coil wound on a thin aluminium tube moves within a permanent magnetic field when an alternating current is applied to it, e.g., from your laboratory signal generator. The coil is supported by 2 guide control mechanisms for optimum performance.

Coupling the Vibration Generator to external equipment is facilitated by an 8 mm dia. aluminium pin connected to the coil. The pin is equipped with a 4mm hole for a banana plug connector to which various plates and springs, etc., can be attached.

  • Set includes:
  • Vibration generator
  • Longitudinal spring for wave demonstrations
  • Resonant vibration strips

The vibration generator is powered by a laboratory signal generator, not included.

Frequency range0.1Hz to 5kHz
Amplitude7mm @1Hz, decreasing with increasing frequency
Max. current1.0A, fuse limited

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28 January 2019 Question by: Richard | Product code: 52-2675
Q. In the second picture it shows black and red wires. What type of wires are they and do you sell them? I want to plug them into a frequecy generator.
A. Hi Richard, thank you for your question. These are similar to 17-2282 and 17-2288.


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