Thermal Vacuum Testing for Space Applications
- Posted by doEEEt Media Group
- On March 28, 2019
Thermal Vacuum Testing is necessary to be carried out because the environmental conditions in the space are extreme, the combination of low pressure and the extreme temperatures can cause the failure of a component. That is why we test the components in similar conditions. Save time searching the EEE components of your design in doEEEt database.
Recently, we have completed the development of a New Space Simulator Chamber. The new facility can achieve a vacuum level 10 billion times lower than standard sea level atmospheric pressure (10-7mbar). The high capacity (70x70x70 cm) allows us to perform thermal cycles on all EEE components, as well as subsystem and sub-assembly units.
This new system is also able to operate between -190ºC and +250ºC in combination with high vacuum levels (10-6 y 10-7 mbar). As an additional feature, we can also perform a bake out the test with a Residual Gas Analyzer to detect volatile molecules over 300 AMU. All these results are defined thanks to Thermal Vacuum Testing.
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