You can expect a full selection of test chambers that range in size, function, and performance at AES. Sometimes, however, you need something unique to your testing requirements, industry, or project.
Our engineers are ready. They design and build custom test chambers based on your specifications.
We often build custom chambers with a diverse collection of customers to accommodate devices under test and/or special test requirements. Customizations can be simple: an extra port, for instance. They can be complex: creating port-and-window configurations to accommodate specialized glass for LIDAR sensors.
No matter the customization, prompt communication between the customer and the build team is crucial. AES end-users are in direct contact with our engineering design team to formulate their specific test chamber specification within a timely and efficient process. AES iterates CAD designs in a cooperative design methodology with the end-user.
We will happily work around your current situation to ensure your testing chamber is as efficient and effective as possible–we provide custom installation.
AES can outfit a non-traditional-sized test chamber with dual steam generators for humidity control. Depending on the size of the unit, AES is happy to customize all test chamber systems to meet your needs.
AES builds test chambers with multiple large access ports for easy item manipulation during testing. Glove boxes may even be added to larger test chambers for safe and direct manipulation of items during condition testing.
Custom test chambers can feature removable electrical panels for easy transportation and installation. The pictured panel is hardwired to the test chamber body via a flexible hose, allowing this chamber to fit through a standard 34" doorway.
Test chambers include both CO2 and LN2 boost cool options. This option is quite common among small lab ovens as it allows for intense heat and cooling to manipulate the most severe environmental conditions.
Associated Environmental Systems offers a temperature chamber that forms a conductive barrier to block radio frequency energy as you test circuit boards and other electronics. The FDR chamber provides the ability to test frequency-generating devices within a shielded environment. The chamber also offers the ability to test devices inside that are shielded from the outside.