Manufacturers of semiconductor materials and electronic components such as microprocessors and integrated circuits, as well as mechanical components, require test methods that simulate the effects and behaviors of components under different environmental conditions.
The environmental simulator "Temperature Stress Routine - TSR 2252 LN" developed by S-TEC GmbH tests electronic and mechanical components made of different materials in a temperature range from -80 to +225 ° Celsius, which can be optionally extended to 350 ° C. In addition, the simulator reliably tests in rapid cycles between extreme temperature differences.
The ability to program cycles, ramps, repetitions, start sequences, and record recipe management makes the TSR an all-rounder that allows users to quickly perform and document their tests. For temperature selection and ramp selection, index management is available.
The flexible tester can be operated with in-house compressed air - without having to provide liquid nitrogen or liquid oxygen. The cooling system of the TSR is designed for high flow rates, which can vary from 2 l / s to 10 l / s.
The TSR's compact design, pivoting and height-adjustable feed tube and three different bell sizes make it ideal for any workspace. The tests are easy and repeatable due to the user-friendly HMI interface with a self-explanatory menu navigation.