This equipment is used in case fast temperature variations shall be simulated. This equipment is also well suited for experiments where a lot of power is dissipated inside the test volume.
This thermal stress chamber is ideal for performing thermal stress tests on all sorts of materials because of the possibility of rapid temperature variations (HAST tests) and this in a large volume of 270 L. A typical application is the acceleration of ageing processes, for example, adhesive bonding, solder joints, composite materials, etc.
Test space volume:
270 liters (W x D x H) = 580mm x 620mm x 750mm
Up to 8 grids used in the test room with a maximum load of 30kg per grid and a maximum total load of 80kg.
Maximum load on the floor of the test room: 60kg.
Door with window which allows the samples to observe during a test without opening the chamber. This can be useful to a screen that is part of the test piece to read.
A flange (right side): Ø125mm
A flange (left side): Ø50mm
Temperature Range: -70 ° C to +180 ° C
Temperature change according to IEC60068-3-5:
heating: 10.0 ° K / min
cooling: 14.5 ° K / min
For the exact cooling - and heating curves, see Figure
Temperature deviation in time: + / - 0.3 ° C to + / - 0.8 ° C
Temperature deviation in space: + / - 0.5 ° C to + / - 2.0 ° C
Heat Compensation: 6000W @ 20 ° C / 6000W @ -20 ° C
Temperature Range: 10 ° C to +95 ° C
Temperature deviation in time: + / - 0.1 ° C to + / - 0.5 ° C
Temperature deviation in space: + / - 0.5 ° C to + / - 1.0 ° C
Humidity Range: 10% to 95% rh
A - Test Room Temperature
B - Relative Humidity
Heat Compensation: 400W in the range of 25 ° C to +95 ° C
at a relative humidity up to 90%
Sensor: psychrometric moisture probe
Power: AC 400V 3/N/PE + / -10% 50Hz AC 230V OR 3/PE + / -10% 50Hz
Nominal power: about 14kW
Provide safety fuse: 32A
Data Interface: RS-232 and Ethernet connection for remote operation and monitoring through the SIMPATI software. The full operation of the unit and the registration of all data can be done through this interface.
An air-cooled condenser is also part of the equipment. This is used for the second stage in the cooling circuit. The condenser is connected to the thermal chamber by two flexible connections.
Intuitive and easy control of the chamber. Simple programming of individual test PROGRAMS € ™ s.
Programmable dehumidifier to prevent condensation on the test well to avoid
Protection of test well: Safe use of the room by means of two independent safety circuits: a thermal cut through the control software and a fully independent hardware temperature limiter.
Good test interfacing: 4 digital outputs for the test well on or off via potential free contacts (Maximum 24 VDC 0.5 A). 4 digital inputs for reading status lines coming from the test well (24 VDC 30mA max). A free temperature sensor (PT100) can be used at any place within the test area, or well on the test itself, to measure. All these signals / values may include temperature and humidity via the Ethernet interface of the test case are recorded.
Elimination of test items: Potential-free contact material especially for heat-emitting Test (Maximum 24 VDC 0.5 A)
IEC 60068-2-1, Test A
DIN 40046, Part 3, Test A
VG 95332, sheet 3
VG 95332, sheet 22
BS 2011, Part 2, Test A
MIL-STD-810, meth. 502
MIL-E-5272, part 4.2
IEC 60068-2-2, Test B
DIN 40046, Part 4, Test B
VG 95210, meth. 108A
VG 95332, page 4
VG 95332, sheet 23
BS 2011, Part 2, Test B
MIL-STD-202 E, meth. 108A
MIL-STD-810 D, meth. 501
MIL-STD-883 C, meth. 1008
MIL-E-5272, part 4.1
IEC 60068-2-3, test Ca
DIN 40046, Part 2
DIN 40046, Part 5
ETS 300 019 -2
VG 95210, page 4, test103B
VG 95332, sheet 5
BS 2011, part 2, test Ca
MIL-STD-202, meth. 103B
IEC 60068-2-14, test Nb
DIN 40046, Part 14, Test Nb
BS 2011, Part 2.1, Test N
MIL-STD-331 A meth. 112.1
IEC 60068-2-30, test Db, var.2
IEC 60068-2-4, test D
DIN 40046, Part 6
DIN 40046, Part 101
MIL-STD-331 A meth. 105.1
MIL-STD-810, meth. 507
MIL-T-5422 E, Part 4.4
MIL-E-5272, part 4.4
Note: The temperature values listed in the standards are limited by the maximum and minimum temperatures in the test area, taking into account the size of the test well and any heat dissipation of the test well.
To improve water quality in testing standards required to maintain the option of cleaning the water "is necessary.