shock mount


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shock mount

[′shäk ‚mau̇nt]
(mechanical engineering)
A mount used with sensitive equipment to reduce or prevent transmission of shock motion to the equipment.

vibration isolator

vibration isolator (bonded-elastomeric type)
vibration isolator (coil-spring type)
A resilient support for machinery, piping, ductwork, etc., which may act as a source of vibration; designed to reduce the amount of vibration transmitted to the building structure.

shock mount

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A shock-absorbing attachment device to ensure that there is minimum vibration transmitted when a component sensitive to vibration is mounted on a moving vehicle or engine. There are shock mounts for mounting an instrument on the instrument panel and mounting the engine to the airframe.
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Sennheiser customised these handhelds in GDMO's corporate colours and provided both a dynamic capsule in the form of the MD 9235 and also the pre-polarised condenser microphone capsule ME 9004, which features the audio specialist's unique patent-pending shock mount inside the microphone head.
Sennheiser customised these handhelds in the GDMO's corporate colours and provided both a dynamic capsule in the form of the MD 9235 and also the pre-polarised condenser microphone capsule ME 9004, which features the audio specialist's unique patent-pending shock mount inside the microphone head.
* Includes RODE SM6 shock mount, pop filter and dust cover
The QuadCast features an anti-vibration shock mount, an easily- accessible gain control adjustment, four selectable polar patterns, and tap-to-mute functionality with convenient LED lighting to indicate broadcast status.
Other considerations in finalising the design have included electrical integration, and integration into the current control systems, as well as determining the best method to shock mount the new suites, and minimising changes to the cooling water system.
"We wanted to know more about two specific areas: how the front brake load affected the neck area of the frame and how a worst-case bump load impacted the shock mount areas of the frame and swing arm assembly," Seiter said.
CRI's ruggedization includes shock mount, rackmount, and high- or low-temperature modifications of SGI compute, visualization and storage systems used by the military to acquire, process, fuse and visualize mission-critical data.
* Air-conditioner shock mount: Figure 3 shows a compressor shock mount subassembly for an air-conditioner.
Tenders are invited for Helical wire rope shock mount used in acemu transformer
I noted that the soft shock mount of the compressor would allow it to impact the casing in turbulence.
The normal height of the mount under load is about 1 1/4 inches measured from the top of the shock mount to the top of the mounting base.
Even if a shock mount is efficient, lack of sufficient sway space could cause secondary collisions, which would have the same effect as having no shock attenuation.