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Test platform executes fast temperature transitions

23 Oct 2013  | Susan Nordyk

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Thermostream

InTest Thermal Solutions recently introduced the ATS-535 Thermostream. InTest's latest system performs temperature testing and conditioning of components, parts, hybrids, modules, subassemblies, and printed circuit boards at the test bench, on the production floor, or in the lab. The mobile temperature-control system directs a stream of cooled or heated air, reaching temperatures between -60°C to 225°C, without the need for an external air supply.

Thermostream executes fast temperature transitions, going from -40°C to 125°C in 12 seconds. Its swivel arm and hydraulic controls allow precise connection to the device under test. System setup and control is accomplished via a controller with adjustable positioning for convenient local operation, as well as connectivity for remote operation.

Further information regarding the ATS-535 Thermostream can be found here.




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