Environmental testing

  • sine and random vibration
  • mechanical shock
  • thermal vacuum
  • climatic conditions
  • electromagnetic compatibility
  • electrostatic discharge

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Sine and random vibration
Test object with a mass up to 50 kg
Frequency range 5 Hz … 4 kHz
Max acceleration* 720 m/s² (sine vibration)
Max acceleration* 480 m/s² (random vibration)
Max force 1,5 kN
EVS-EN 60068-2-6:2008
EVS-EN 60068-2-64:2008
* Depends on the mass of the test object
Mechanical shock
Mechanical shock response spectrum up to 98 000 m/s2
Frequency range 1 Hz … 10 kHz
Test object with a mass up to 26 kg
Thermal vacuum
Lowest pressure 5×10⁻⁷  hPa
Temperature range (-40...+150) °C
Chamber dimensions Ø 650 mm × 650 mm
Climatic conditions
Temperature (-40…+150) °C
Relative air humidity* (30…90) %
Chamber dimensions 400 mm × 470 mm × 345 mm
* Depends on the temperature
Electromagnetic compatibility
Immunity and emission
Frequency range 30 MHz …18 GHz
Distance from test object 1 m
Size of uniform field area 0,5 m × 0,5 m
Chamber dimensions 4 m × 3 m × 2,5 m
IEC/EN 61000-4-3
Electrostatic discharge
Test voltage range ± (1...30) kV
IEC/EN 61000-4-2
ISO 10605

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