Sunlight and Infrared Simulation Environmental Chamber for Vehicle Testing
The full spectrum solar simulation chamber meets DIN75220, BMW standard PR306.5 and Audi standard VDA230-219;
Simulate extreme weather in South Florida and Arizona with a solar (infrared) simulation chamber to measure the gaps in parts after exposure and visual inspection to assess the resistance of automotive components to exposure; vehicle or automotive parts experience the combination of sunlight and temperature and humidity to simulate the change of the sun exposure in reality;
Temperature range: -40°C~+80°C;
Humidity range: 10%~95% R.H.
Ultraviolet, visible light, infrared radiation; spectral distribution close to CIE85; Table4;
Multivariable control to control the intensity of the irradiated light or the surface temperature of the black mark;
Equipped with an automatic lifting light stand to match the height of different models to achieve the best uniformity of irradiation;
The component sunlight simulation small test chamber is used to simulate the inside state of the car.