What does it take to level-up the environmental and stress testing of your product to improve quality and reliability? Fast temperature cycling means more stress on your product and faster test completion. But going from simple environmental simulation to extreme thermal stress methodology means knowing what test equipment is available and what it can do.
Faster temperature cycling, extreme temperatures, and adding repetitive shock are all explored in this webinar. A quick look at integration with other test equipment and DAQ systems.
Whether working with existing equipment, trying to spec out new equipment, specifying your test so that your results meet expectations, or leveling up your entire test plan, join us to get tips to hack your current testing "game".
- Learn how to multiply test effectiveness by combining stresses in a single test
- Define the differences between simulation vs. stimulation. Identify different types of temperature cycling methodologies
- Explain different types of cycling chambers and resources
- Explore integration options and benefits with other test equipment
Mr. Neill Doertenbach, holds an electrical engineering degree from CSU in Fort Collins, Colorado.
His 25-year scope of industry experience includes digital hardware design, software, and quality assurance. Prior to ESPEC, he was an
independent consultant in global technical sales and marketing, providing HALT and HASS engineering services,
customer application training, webinar services, and training support materials. He has written and presented
numerous papers on HALT and HASS, covering a wide range of topics including
the basics, gRMS, repetitive shock vibration, and cost reduction
of supplier subassembly failures. He has also designed fixturing
for and conducted hundreds of HALT tests on a broad range of products
in the lab at ESPEC North America Colorado Office (previously
Qualmark Corporation) in Denver, as well as for training purposes at customers' sites. He can be contacted