How to Do a Waterproof Test When Water Enters the Enclosure
December 4, 2020
Not all waterproof product shells can be fully sealed. So, how should the waterproof level test be done for products with water in the shell?
If the product shell has the possibility of water ingress, we must separate the shell and the internal product for a waterproof test. After all, the rain area of the two is different. If water enters the product, it may affect the use of the product. Especially for electronic products, the internal short circuit or malfunction occurs.
When doing waterproof testing, the test samples can be tested in no particular order. The important thing is whether the results of the test samples have reached the waterproof test level.
First, you can do the waterproof test level of the shell first. The waterproof test of the shell can be a flush test test, because if the shell cannot even pass the water drip test (ipx1 ipx2), then it can only be said that the test level of the test sample is already It's unqualified.
Second, we need to take out the internal parts that are in contact with the water source, and then conduct a waterproof test. After the test, you need to check the waterproof performance of the product, observe whether there is water in the parts inside, the influence of the waterproof test on the test sample, and whether there is any malfunction.
There are 16+ types of IPX12 rain drop tester, one of which is the shellless IPX12 rain test chamber The structure of the tester is relatively simple and the ipx12 rain machine is more convenient to move. In other words, the ipx12 water testing machine can be moved to the side when not in use, reducing the footprint of the testing machine, and can test large products, which are mostly used in factories, laboratories, scientific research institutions, and testing institutions.