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Austest Adelaide V2.0
Thu, 30 Nov 2017 04:10:40

As the only commercial EMC lab in South Australia, Austest Laboratories Adelaide has been providing EMC testing services to South Australian companies since 1997. The hightened focus on defence and the large number of defence companies based in Adelaide, ...

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Controlled Solar Testing of Large Items
Wed, 29 Nov 2017 22:55:12

Austest Labs currently performs solar testing in 4 broad spectrum /solar test chambers located in our Adelaide, Sydney and Melbourne labs (separate to our 3 x UVA chambers) and while we use industry best chambers, these are limited to test items 700mm W x ...

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EXPLAINING SRS ? PART 3 Higher Level SRS Shock Tests
Wed, 29 Nov 2017 22:50:26

Higher Level SRS Shock Tests As noted in our earlier article EXPLAINING SRS ? PART 2, manufacturers and end customers are increasingly turning away from using empirical, testing-machine-specific standards to specify the mechanical shock survivability requi...

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Austest adds Automotive EMC Immunity Standards for Vehicle mounted Devices
Wed, 29 Nov 2017 09:55:32

Austest Laboratories is proud to announce test capabilities for a suite of automotive based EMC standards. These standards apply to vehicle mounted products and accessories under CE requirements and are listed below, along with a brief description of our ...

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Austest Labs and ASA closing times Dec 2017
Thu, 23 Nov 2017 01:35:37

Austest Laboratories will close Friday afternoon the 22nd of December and open Tues the 2nd of January. We wish everyone a Merry Christmas and a Happy and safe New Year. Australian Safety Approval certificate services will remain open over the holiday pe...

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Temperature and Humidity

Both our Melbourne and Sydney labs have temperature and humidity chambers for programming various steps and dwell times ranging from -70°C to +150°C, with a ramp up rate of up to 6° per minute, a pull down rate of 4° per minute and relative humidity up to 98%.

IEC/EN 50155:2007:

  • test 12.2.3 Cooling
  • test 12.2.4 Dry heat
  • test 12.2.5 Damp Heat, Cyclic
  • test 12.2.10 Salt Mist Test
  • test 12.2.12 Watertightness
  • test 12.2.13 Equipment Stress Screening
  • test 12.2.14 Low Temperature Storage

MIL-STD-810G:

  • method 501.5 High Temperature
  • method 502.5 Low Temperature
  • method 503.5 Temperature Shock
  • method 507.5 Humidity
  • method 509.6 Salt fog

MIL-STD-202G:

  • method 103B Humidity Steady State
  • method 107G Thermal Shock

IEC/EN 60068-2-2

IEC/EN 60068-2-30

IEC/EN 60068-2-14

IEC/EN 60068-2-1

DEF STAN 00-35:2006:

  • test CL1 Constant High Temperature – Low Humidity
  • test CL4 Constant Low Temperature
  • test CL5 Low Temperature Diurnal Cycle
  • test CL7 Constant High Temperature – High Humidity
  • test CL14 Thermal Shock and Rapid Change of Temperature
  • test CL29 Immersion

ISTA 3A

  • test blocks 1-2

ISTA 2A

  • test blocks 1-2

Temperature and Humidity

Temperature and Humidity

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