Our engineers test for thermal protection and water resistance. Also called a heat-dunk test, the thermal cycling test procedure heats the assembly to 180 degrees Celsius and then immediately dunks it into water.
iCONN’s thermal cycling test procedures:
In the video above, iCONN Systems simulates a situation in which a cable assembly could be in direct sunlight all day and experience a drastic temperature change at night.
The products shown are the m12/i12 and m8/i8 lines. Conducting this test ensures that all connections remain intact and water cannot enter the assembly. The materials must be right for the application and cannot be hydroscopic or prone to expand in temperature changes.
iCONN Systems provides custom-designed, application-specific connectors and cable assemblies. We understand that off-the-shelf products can limit your designs, and that not all applications are the same.
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