Qualmark Debuts QFusion Accelerated Life Tester PDF Print E-mail
Written by Mike Buetow   
Thursday, 07 February 2013 16:48

QFusion fuses traditional burn-in and HASS within a single system. Has a footprint of 81.5” x 38.4” x 102”. Has 6 compartments, each with a vibration table, and provides a thermal ramp rate of 60°C/min. average. Employs hot and cold temperature, rapid thermal ramps and repetitive shock vibration. Features increased energy level in the lower frequency bands, which manifests unwanted weaknesses in a product. HASS screens failures that may have gone undetected during traditional burn-in testing processes. Subjects product to outer margins of temperature, rapid thermal cycling, and vibration testing—simultaneously—to uncover design weaknesses.

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Last Updated on Friday, 08 February 2013 11:26


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