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     EN-71 Kinetic Energy Tester

     EN-71 Kinetic Energy Tester

     EN-71 Kinetic Energy Tester

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  • Kinetic Energy Tester/Projectile Velocity Tester

     

    Product introduction

    The Kinetic Energy Tester is used to test related materials from the launch of the toys and toys from the launch of a non-exclusive material that may be caused by the ejecton of some, but not all of the potential risk of accidents.

     

    To determine the size catapults kinetic energy of toys, the ejection of parts of the test apparatus through the tube or external testing of the components of the two sensors detect the ejection toy parts used away after a certain period of time, it has calculated the move Energy. The main instruments used for this test launch of baby toys or children's safety.


    Technical parameters

     Display  7 digit
     Display rang  0.000001 to 9.999999 sec
     Projectile size

     Large then 2mm diameter

    Small then 35mm diameter ( for internal sensor )

     Sensors distance  Fixed 150mm ( internal sensor )
     Adjustable  40mm - 400mm ( external sensor)
     Dimensions  240mm×310mm×130mm
     Weight 16kg
     Standards 16 CFR 1500 ASTM F963 4.8 EN-71  ISO 8124


    Kinetic Energy Tester operation video link:

    https://youtu.be/CsjGsOLSZNQ


    New Type Kinetic Energy Tester, please refer to this link

    Kinetic Energy Tester

     

    Special Selling point

    1. Independent packaging

    2. Price advantage

    3. In stock, can be shipped immediately

     

    Please review video of the Kinetice Energy Tester operation as below link:

    https://youtu.be/u62spdho6uw

     

    ISO 8124-1 Lab Testing Equipment Kinetic Energy Tester With 40mm - 400mm External Sensor Adjustable

     

     

    ISO 8124-1 Lab Testing Equipment Kinetic Energy Tester With 40mm - 400mm External Sensor Adjustable

     

    ISO 8124-1 Lab Testing Equipment Kinetic Energy Tester With 40mm - 400mm External Sensor Adjustable

    How do you measure the kinetic energy?

    In classical mechanics, kinetic energy (KE) is equal to half of an object's mass (1/2*m) multiplied by the velocity squared. For example, if a an object with a mass of 10 kg (m = 10 kg) is moving at a velocity of 5 meters per second (v = 5 m/s), the kinetic energy is equal to 125 Joules, or (1/2 * 10 kg) * 5 m/s2.


    What is the purpose of projectile motion lab?

    The purpose of this experiment is to measure the initial velocity of a ball that is fired from a projectile launcher (spring gun) by measuring its horizontal and vertical displacement. You will use the equations of motion for projectile motion to calculate the initial velocity.

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