Temperature Testing Sensors

Temperature Testing Sensors

Environmental Temperature Test

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Thermal Test Systems

Temperature Test Sensors

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Temperature Cycling Chamber

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Temperature Cycling Test Sensors

ESS Test Sensors

Temperature Test Automotive Sensors

Electronic Sensors & Test Applications
Electronic Sensors & Test Applications

Sensors have accurate measurement standards. In many applications sensors virtually need to be unaffected by changes in temperature and other harsh environments. MPI Thermal systems are used to simulate temperature environments. This is to assure reliability when sensors are put into use and exposed to temperature extremes.

Sensors have accurate measurement standards. In many applications sensors virtually need to be unaffected by changes in temperature and other harsh environments. MPI Thermal systems are used to simulate temperature environments. This is to assure reliability when sensors are put into use and exposed to temperature extremes.

-100°C / +300°C

-100°C / +300°C

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ThermalAir TA-5000A with localized Test Chamber

 

  • ThermalAir TA-5000 shown connected to a localized temperature chamber
  • Our temperature chambers can be customized to fit user test application
  • ThermalAir Localized test chambers connect Direct or via Flex Transfer Hose
  • Fastest temperature ramp rates without the use of LN2 or CO2
  • Portable enough to easily moved between workstations or testers

 Bring temperature to your test for sensors and electronic sensor components for temperature from -40°C to +150°C

Temperature Cycling Test Chamber | Thermal Shock

Environmental Stress Screening

Sensors need to have accurate measurement standards, virtually unaffected by changes in temperature, static pressure, vibration, and other harsh environmental stress situations.

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ThermalAir Thermal Test Systems for Photo Sensors

The design challenges go well beyond simply delivering processing power and high-speed data transfer. Design engineers must also safely manage heat generated by those processes in the confines of tight vehicle packaging requirements, as well as ambient and cold temperature fluctuations, while adhering to stringent safety and reliability standards of the automotive industry.

ThermalAir Systems for Automotive Temperature Test Applications

  • One system fits all temperature ranges -80°C to +225°C
  • Plug in anywhere 200 to 25OVAC, 20amp, 50/60Hz
  • Up to 24 SCFM continuous airflow capacity Hot & Cold
  • Fastest temperature ramp rates without the use of LN2 or CO2
  • Systems are easily moved for sharing between workstations or testers.
TA1000 Temperature Cycling Test System | Thermal Cycling Test | Temperature Cycling Test Equipment |Thermal Cycling

Environmental Stress Testing

Environmental stress conditions such as radiation exposure, temperature extremes, vibration, and dirt encountered by the military, on factory floors, and under the hoods of automobiles, these semiconductor devices need to keep working. To assure quality and reliability of electronic devices, semiconductor manufacturers need to simulate harsh environments during the engineering and production test stage. This is why the MPI Thermal TA-5000 Series ThermalAir temperature test products are part of the test.

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ThermalAir Systems for Testing Sensors, Lasers, and Lidar Technologies

The design challenges go well beyond simply delivering processing power and high-speed data transfer. Design engineers must also safely manage heat generated by those processes in the confines of tight vehicle packaging requirements, as well as ambient and cold temperature fluctuations, while adhering to stringent safety and reliability standards of the automotive industry.

Temperature Forcing System | Thermal Forcing | Temperature Testing | Thermal Shock | Environmental Stress Testing

Temperature Forcing System

MPI ThermalAir temperature forcing systems provide a direct thermal stream of clean dry hot and cold air directly to the part that needs to be thermal tested. In the lab or on the production floor, ThermalAir Series provide unparalleled thermal stress testing  capabilities for scientist and engineers.

The ThermalAir system allows you to generate very precise controlled temperature for simulation test in Thermal Shock, Temperature Conditioning, Stress Screening, Temperature Cycling and more. Thermal test processes can be accomplished with our ThermalAir system. Ramp, Cycle, Dwell and Soak times are fully programmable with a touch of a button.

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