Bounce testing simulates the constant loose cargo state during truck transport. Often times, containers carrying military and civilian hardware (such as: medical supplies, electronics, weaponry, communication devices) travel for extended periods of time and must be transported off-road. All of these items must maintain functionality upon arrival at their destinations.
The International Safe Transit Association (ISTA) developed a civilian package test procedure resembling the military test: 1A for products weighing less than 150 lb (68 kg) and 1B for over 150 lb (68 kg). Additional tests in subsequent procedures such as 1C, 1D, 2A and further combine the loose cargo basic test with atmospheric conditioning and other factors.
MIL-STD-810 and ISTA Procedures 1A and 1B offer package test procedures for packages subjected to repeated vibration (bouncing Testing) for a distance of up to 150 miles (240 km), while unrestrained and repeatedly colliding with other cargo and the walls and floor of a four-sided compartment.
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|Consumption Power (kVA)||3||6||10||15||20|
|Overall Dimension (mm)||2100×1500×1200||2100×1500×1200||2300×1800×1800||2500×1800×1800||2800×2200×2000|
|Power Supply||AC380V±10%, 50/60Hz|
|Temperature Range 0～40℃，humidity≤80% (no condense)|
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