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An Evolution in Environmental Test Chambers and Thermal Shock Chambers
ThermalAir TA-5000 Series of Thermal Cycling Test Chambers
The ThermalAir TA-5000 is a compact, portable bench top environmental heating and cooling thermal cycling air stream system.
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Thermal Test Devices
Instead of taking your parts that need temperature conditioning to an oven or environmental chamber, our thermal test system allows you to perform your thermal test temperature profiling right where you need it – at your test bench, on your production floor or in your test laboratory.
The ThermalAir Thermal Cycling products are a series of high capacity thermal air stream systems that are used for thermal testing, fast thermal cycling and device temperature characterization of components, hybrids, modules, PCBs, and other electronic and non-electronic assemblies at precise temperatures from -90°C to +225°C
MPI Thermal Shock Test Chamber
Whether it’s environmental temperature testing, thermal profiling, temperature cycling, thermal shock, or test conditioning, ThermalAir Temperature Test Equipment can help with your temperature testing requirements
Two Color Touch Screen Displays
The ThermalAir TA-5000A has a front panel display and a thermal head display. The thermal head color touch screen gives the user the ability to set temperature parameters and monitor all system operations at the test site location.
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- Product Engineering
- Back-End Test
- Incoming Inspection
- IC Handler Verification
- Functional Test
- Cooling the IC while Stress Full Cycle
- Failure Analysis
- Final Test
The ThermalAir TA-5000 products with a wide range of temperature capabilities. Bench top -40°C to +80°C applications to thermal cycling -100°C to +300°C environmental test. The TA-5000 is used for thermal cycle testing in engineering product development test labs and production test floors for semiconductor IC devices and all kinds of electronic – non-electronic components and other parts and assemblies.
TA-5000A with Hood
TA-5000A with Clamshell & Flex Hose
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TA-5000A Thermal Stream
with Glass Cap
TA-5000A Test Enclosure
TA-5000A Environmental Chamber
with Flex Hose
TA-5000B Environmental Chamber
with Flex Hose
ThermalAir TA-5000A Head with Glass Chamber
Outputs a controlled clean dry thermal air stream directly on your test part
OUTPUT TEMPERATURE CONTROL
ThermalAir can control by user setting, the ramp rate, temperature transition time as fast as -55°C to +125°C in less than 10 seconds.
HOW DOES IT WORK
The TA-5000’s built-in air dryer and filtering system sends clean dry air (CDA) through its powerful internal chiller / heat exchanger to delivers hot & cold temperatures from -100°C up to +300°C.
User can control flow rate from 2 to 20 SCFM. The ThermalAir temperature system is all self-contained. You just plug it in and it’s ready to start thermal testing your parts. [No configuration required].
The main temperature control of the TA-5000A is at the temperature thermocouple in the output gas nozzle. This is AIR MODE temperature control. The TA-5000A has a thermocouple imbedded in the tip of the output gas nozzle and needs no additional attached thermocouple sensors to control temperature of the ThermalAir system.
The TA-5000A has several ways to control temperature. The thermal stream system uses external thermo couples. The most common temperature thermo couple input temperature sensors the thermal stream using are T-Type & K-Type thermo couples. The MPI ThermalAir system also has multi-channel (resistance temperature detectors) RTD and Diode inputs for precise temperature control of the thermal stream system.
Environmental Chamber Clamshell Model
Environmental Chamber Hood Model
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