Testing to a variety of industry standards is an integral part of our manufacturing process. Every component used by AAC is carefully inspected before it enters our inventory.

Every AAC product is further submitted to sub-assembly testing throughout the manufacturing process to assure high product reliability and reduced possibility of performance defects. We also provide Burn-in/Life testing over temperature and vibration conditions, to ensure high survivability in demanding environments.

AAC AssemblyEvery sensor we produce is tested to various MIL-Standards for defense applications, EN standards for rail transit applications, DO-160 standards for commercial air applications or UL, CSA and EU standards for industrial applications. In order to facilitate fast turnaround when testing to industry standards, especially for custom designs or modified standards, AAC has the in-house capability to test to a wide variety of environmental and performance standards.While self-certification is often acceptable to clients, our in-house testing capability ensures that when products are submitted to independent third-party accredited laboratories for independent certification, AAC is already confident that they will confirm to all requirements.

This in-house testing AAC prior to further qualification testing saves time and costs, and the need to go back and forth between the design and test facility on revisions.For example, AAC has the in-house capabilities to test up to 2000 amps—more than enough to satisfy the most rigorous of requirements. Our 300 amp, 1 microsecond transit burst is used to evaluate parts that will be used in high-noise environments, while our RFI and EMI testing will meet – and surpass — a variety of industry standard requirements.

Environmental/EMI/Vibration/Electrical Testing of Every Completed Part

Environmental / Thermal:

  • Thermal -55 C to +125 C
  • Burn in/Life
  • Thermal Shock
  • Humidity
  • Moisture resistance
  • Stress screening
  • Live 24-hour data acquisition systems

EMI / RF Environments:

  • Electrical Fast Transient Burst (FTB)
    • – EN 61000-4-4:1995 applied
    • – EN 61000-4-4:2004 applied
  • Signal Generators
  • Spectrum Analyzers
  • Line Stabilization Networks
  • Conducted Susceptibility CS114

 

Vibration and Shock Testing:

  • Random 25 G’s
  • Sine – 30 G’s
  • Up to 50 G’s
  • Shock

Electrical:

  • AC Power Sources
    • – EN 61000-4-4:1995 applied
    • – 20 to 2000 Hz
  • DC Power Sources
    • – 1 amp to 2000 amps DC