Rigorous testing of electronics’ sealed enclosures to IP67 standard

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The Challenge:

• Smart Phones
• Medical Wearables & disposables
• Cameras for AV applications
• Radar/Lidar Enclosures
• And more…

These and similar electronics-based products can only be reliable if and when they are able to withstand dirt and water. Specifically, these electronics-based components must all meet or exceed IP67 ingress ratings. That means they must be totally protected against dust and protected against the ingress of water in a harmful quantity after immersion in 1 meter of water for up to 30 minutes.

Without proper IP 67 testing of sealed enclosure integrity, the lifespan and performance of a fast growing array of consumer and industrial electronics components cannot be assured.

An InterTech M1075y leak detector is used for fast and accurate testing to meet IP67 requirements. InterTech test technology automatically compensates for external changes such as temperature, and a unique test-centric design assures gage accuracy.

Mass flow leak testing with the InterTech M1075 is non- destructive, clean and easily handles specifications of 0.5 sccm at pressure of 0.2 to 0.3 bar with fast test times. Because it effectively checks for gross leaks prior to fine leak testing absolute reliability is ensured.

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Electronics Component Testing – Smart Phones • Medical Wearables & Disposables • Cameras for AV applications •Lidar Enclosures

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Rigorous testing of electronics’ sealed enclosures to IP67 standard is streamlined with superior mass flow leak test instruments.

The Challenge • Smart Phones • Medical Wearables & disposables • Cameras for AV applications • Radar/Lidar Enclosures

And more…

• Mass flow leak testing with the InterTech M1075 is non-destructive, clean and easily handles specifications of 0.5 sccm at pressure of 0.2 to 0.3 bar with fast test times. Because it effectively checks for gross leaks prior to fine leak testing absolute reliability is ensured. For example, a battery enclosure and valve are leak tested for IP 67 compliance at a rate of 120 parts per hour.

• In another application, Electronic Control Modules are tested in a two-step process – first for gross leakage, followed by a fine leakage test to 0.6 sccm limit and 10% Gage R&R.

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