|Isolation||Dynamic 0.7 Hz to 200 Hz, mainly passive at a higher frequencies although for good stability the feedback is active at least 2 kHz.
|Transmissibility||See Transmissibility Curve. Above 10 Hz transmissibility <0.01 (-40 dB)|
|Maximum load||140 kg|
|Power Consumption||Maximum 10 W when isolating, maximum 20 W during load adjustment
|Input Voltage|| 90-120 V AC, 47-63 Hz
200-240 V AC, 47-63 Hz
|Fuses||2x1.6 A / 250 V slow, located in the power socket on the rear side of the unit|
|Normal Enviromental Conditions|
|Protection Class||IP 20|
|Temperature Range||5-40° C|
|Relative Humidity|| 10-90% (5-30° C)
10-60% (30-40° C)
|Altitude||Up to 2000 m (6 500 ft)|
The outstanding isolation performance of the 770-5060 includes all six translational and rotational vibration modes. Active isolation systems offer a solution, which combines stiffness with a very short settling time. The most useful active systems employ inertial velocity in a feedback loop. (Inertial velocity can be measured for example by integration the signal from an accelerometer). A signal proportional to inertial velocity is very similar to a viscous damping force, but with the very important difference that the dumping is relative to an internal plane. So in contrast to the passive system, by increasing the damping, the system becomes "glued" to the inertial plane which by definition means the system is isolated from the enviroment.