Thermal shock test

Thermal shock test
Introduction to the test project
The thermal shock test, also known as the temperature shock test or the high and low temperature impact test, is used to assess the adaptability of the product to the rapid changes in the ambient temperature. It is an indispensable test in the identification test of the equipment design and the routine test in the batch production phase. In some cases, it can also be used for environmental stress screening tests. Electronic products, mechanical parts, and auto parts are subjected to hot and cold temperature impact tests before leaving the factory, and their reliability has been verified.
Test parameters
Test temperature range, rise/fall rate, number of cycles, exposure time, etc.;
Performance impact
Surface cracking, joint failure separation, electrical or mechanical failure, etc.;
GJB150.5A-2009 Environmental testing methods for military equipment laboratory - Part 5: Temperature impact
GJB150.5-1986 Environmental test method for military equipment Temperature shock test
MIL-STD-810G-2008 Environmental Engineering Considerations and Laboratory Testing Part 2: 503.5 Temperature Shock
GJB367A-2001 General Specification for Military Communication Equipment Temperature Shock
VW80000 3.5 tons of automotive electrical and electronic components test items, test conditions and test requirements 9.5 temperature impact test
GJB548B-2005 Microelectronic device test method and procedure Method 1011.1 Thermal shock
GJB360A-1996 Test Methods for Electronic and Electrical Components Method 107 Temperature Shock Test
GJB360B-2009 Test Methods for Electronic and Electrical Components Method 107 Temperature Shock Test
GMW3172-2012 General Specification for Electrical and Electronic Components - Environment / Durability 9.4.2 Temperature Shock
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