MH-220BA (Basic Type)
MH-220AC (Auto Cycle Type)
- Max Load: 220 lbs
- Stroke: 16"
- Optional dynamic and static distance meter available
||0.4 ~4" / min
|Optional High Speed
||0.8 ~ 8 " / min
|Optional Low Speed
||0.2 ~ 2 " / min
Optional Data Buttons and Data Software
Imada DB-Series data input buttons work with Imada
SW software to automate data collection from Imada force
or torque gauges. Enter peak measurements into the spreadsheet
and "zero" the gauge with a touch of the button.
Minimize computer time and mouse useage
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Imada motorized test stands offer consistent and reliable testing.
Our Basic or Auto Cycle models are available in Standard, High, and
Low speeds. They accept any of the standard range Imada force gauges
and special attachments. Optional dynamic and static distance meters
are also available
Basic Models: MH-220BA
Basic Models have top and bottom travel limits that can be adjusted
for a precise range of movement. Set the travel limits, flip the direction
switch up to move the cross head up to the top travel limit at the
selected speed. Flip the direction switch down to send the cross head
down to the bottom travel limit. The speed is set by a Speed Adjust
knob. Quick Return and Emergency Stop features are also included.
Auto Cycle Models: MV-220AC
Auto cycle models have top and bottom travel limits that can be adjusted
for a precise range of movement. Speed Adjust, Quick Return and Emergency
Stop features are also included. These stands have three function modes
- Manual Mode
While the Direction switch is held up, the head moves up. Holding the switch
down moves the cross head down. When the switch is released the head stops.
This mode is ideal for positioning.
- Single Cycle Mode
When the Direction switch is pushed up, the cross head moves up at the desired
speed, and when it reaches the top travel limit, it automatically goes
back and stops at the bottom travel limit, completing one cycle. Pushing
the switch down runs the cycle in reverse.
- Auto Cycle Mode
This mode is similar to Single Cycle mode, except that the cross head travels
up and down repeating the cycle until either the Power or Emergency switches
is turned off. This mode is ideal for applications such as fatigue testing.