Packaged Products weighing 150 lbs (68 kg) or less
This procedure has been designed to provide a standard set of tests to understand individual package / product performance when evaluated against several handling conditions. ISTA 2 Series protocols include components of both the 1 and 3 Series for evaluation.
Packages will be subjected to the following tests (in order):
1.Atmospheric preconditioning at ambient temperature / humidity
2.Atmospheric conditioning at controlled temperature and humidity levels based on detailed guidelines
3.Compression using one of the following methods
1.Machine apply and release (calculated test force x 1.4)
2.Machine apply and hold (calculated test force)
3.Weight and load spreader (calculated test load
4.Vibration using either fixed displacement (1 inch peak to peak at a predetermined frequency) or random (overall Grms level of 1.15) methods
5.Shock testing based on drop, incline impact or horizontal impact methods. The height or impact velocity depends on the package weight.
6.Vibration using either fixed displacement (1 inch peak to peak at a predetermined frequency) or random (overall Grms level of 1.15) methods.
Types of packaging tested under this method
Individual packaging (non-palletized) weighing 150 lbs (68 kg) or less.
This product is for a variety of packaging materials, PC boards, electrical products .
as well as the simulated transport vibration test of the packaged products, to assess the degree of vibration-resistance.... simulate the transport process Caused damage because of the vibration force, the test results can be used as the reference of the design packaging.
1．Low price, the price is only 10% of similar products in the United States;
2．Digital instrument display vibration frequency;
3．Synchronous mute belt drive;
4．The specimen is clamped with rail, easy to operate, safe;
5．The base of the machine adopts heavy-duty trench with damping pad, easy installation, smooth operation, no need to install the foot screw;
6．DC motor speed, smooth operation, strong load capacity;
7．Rotary vibration (commonly known as racing), in line with European and American transport standards;
Design standards: ASTM, ISTA
Analog Transport Vibration Test Bench Test Standard Requirements for Equipment:
1. ISTA test standard is the American Transportation Association standard
2. ASTM test standards are American Materials Association standards
Two standard requirements for simulated transport vibration are:
1. Amplitude is 25.4mm (1 inch, fixed)
2. Frequency 1.5-5Hz (or 100-300 r / min adjustable)
3. The test basis is: T = 14200 / CPM (based on the total number of vibration is 14200 times)