Run-In & Burn-In Test
Our temperature test chamber VT4034-3 (Vötsch) is used for securing the development results and for testing the endurance of serial products. The temperature profile can be programmed individually from -40 °C to + 180 °C by using Simpati software.
Endurance test of products
During the run-in test, the assemblies are connected to a supply voltage and baseload and then subjected to cyclic temperature changes in order to test their reliability. The tested temperature range typically corresponds to the temperature range of the future application area of your module.
The burn-in test simulates the aging of an assembly and serves the identification of material and component weaknesses at an early stage. In the burn-in test, the temperature ranges are usually much higher than in the run-in test; experience has shown that defective components burn through, while they had no discernible weaknesses in previous short tests.
For assemblies that survive such a burn-in test, it can be assumed that they expect a long service life.
Especially for highly fail-safe products, we recommend a temperature test for at least 24 hours.
The chamber size is 340L and also holds complete 19 " board racks up to 12U.
- 100% tested goods
- No problems with further processing steps
- Decreased risk of returns
- Reduction of a potential recall quantity