Original Press Release
ACD Strengthens Test Capabilities with Addition of a Tenney Jr. Test Chamber
Press release date: August 1, 2012
RICHARDSON, TX - ACD, a leading supplier to the electronics industry, announces a new addition to its test department - a Tenney Jr. Model TUJR Test Chamber. In response to recent customer requests to test products at hot and cold temperatures in addition to testing at room temperature, ACD has purchased the temperature chamber to further enhance its test capabilities.
With the addition of the Tenney Jr. test chamber, ACD now has the ability to test products at temperatures from -75° to +200°C (-103° to +392°F) with ramp rates as high as 55°C per minute. The chamber features vapor-tight, continuously welded stainless steel interiors with structural reinforcements at all critical points. With the proprietary VersaTenn controller, ACD has complete automatic chamber control with the user-friendly alphanumeric display.
"The purchase of the Tenney Jr. test chamber is another step toward ACD's commitment to providing our customers with a fully tested, highly reliable product," stated W. Scott Fillebrown, ACD's President & CEO.
Tenney's compact junior line of chambers in both bench-top and floor models are capable of simulating a wide range of temperature or temperature and humidity conditions. These chambers are well-suited for use in electronic, military, and pharmaceutical quality assurance and reliability testing, as well as research testing and production processes. In keeping with the needs of today's lab, the chambers are specifically designed with a compact exterior, yet an ample interior workspace to maximize valuable floor space.
For more information about ACD, visit www.ACDUSA.com.
About ACD Founded in 1984, ACD is a full service EMS company. The company's services comprise complete board layout, DFM/DFA capability, printed circuit fabrication, component procurement, thru-hole, SMT and part-on-part mixed technology assembly, box build, rework, flying probe, functional and JTAG test, and development. For more information, visit www.ACDUSA.com.