TS Series Liquid Thermal Shock Test Chamber

The TS Series liquid thermal shock chambers are ideal for testing IC chips, circuit boards, and semiconductor devices. The chambers utilize a robotic arm to transfer the basket between the hot and cold liquid baths for immediate temperature shock, designed to ensure good temperature distribution. The liquid thermal shock chambers meet current military standards (Mil-Std 883 Method 1011.8 and Mil-Std 202 Method 107G with a load between 7.5 and 10 lbs.

  • Transparent plexiglas lid allows full access to the baths for loading and unloading test basket
  • Easy access to products under test
  • Save saving design allows for small lab use
  • The innovative WEBSeason® user interface allows you to program, control and monitor your tests at any time and anywhere – even from your tablet or smartphone

Specifications

Model TSL 5
Test Space Volume
(Cu.Ft/Liters)
0.6/17
Temperature Range -73°C to +200°C
External Width 76″ (1930mm)
External Depth 64″ (1626mm)
External Height 87″ (2210mm)

 

Product Features

  • Full opening plexiglass door to access baths
  • ETL (UL STD 508) approved main power panel
  • 2 Agitator systems, one in each bath
  • Electrical isolation of basket through 1 Megohm resistor
  • Bank of immersion heaters in hot zone
  • Bank of immersion heaters in cold zone (used to raise fluid temperature to ambient)
  • Expansion tank for fluid pressure during transfer
  • Fluid filtering system
  • Set of 4 casters with leveling leg
  • Precise Touchscreen Programmer/Controller
  • Honeywell DR450T Dual Pen Chart recorder (optional)
  • Running Time Meter connected to Auto Operation Switch
  • Auto/Manual basket transfer switch
  • Manual high heat limit on hot bath (Max. +160˚C)
  • 6 HP water cooled, attached cascade refrigeration system

Technical Data

Brochures

Thermal Shock Brochure

Product Inquiry

Email

sales.na@weiss-technik.com

Phone

1-800-368-4768

Address

3881 N. Greenbrooke Dr. SE
Grand Rapids, MI 49512

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