Innovative Technology


IV7T-RK2U Value proposition: Fanless design

In order to offer the fanless cooling design, we have developed the best thermal solution, as follows:

EMC

Emission, Susceptibility, and Path are the three constituents of EMC, with Emission being the one causing the most incompatibilities, while yielding the greatest number of solutions. Susceptibility on the other hand, is more subtle in its effect and its solutions. Finally, the Path can be the arbiter of both.

Radiated
Radiated EMI is most often measured in the frequency range from 30 MHz to 1 GHz .
Emission Sources: 
Clocks, clock lines, data lines; switching power supplies.
Susceptibility: 
Clock lines & data lines poorly laid out, improperly terminated.
Solutions: 
Balanced transmission lines, proper terminations, ground planes, shielding, limited rise & fall time drivers.
Solutions: 
Shielding, layout, filtering, ground planes, differential line receivers.
Conducted
Conducted EMI is most often measured in the frequency range of 150 kHz to 30 MHz.
Emission Sources: 
Power supplies (switching), power rails, motors, relays.
Susceptibility: 
A.C. power cord poorly filtered, power rails poorly decoupled.
Solutions: 
Good bypassing & decoupling practices, layout, ground planes, shielding.
Solutions: 
Good bypassing & decoupling practices, layout, ground planes, shielding, power line filtering.

Thermal Analysis

By using thermal simulation software, Winmate can analyze real-world thermal problems easily, quickly and accurately. With a new breed of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) tools, this simulation is based on the same mathematical foundation as traditional CFD software but is easy to use. So we can :

A Appropriate to measure a variety of devices properties.
B Complete temperature measurement.
C Achieve the high-temperature stability of devices.
D Apply a new breed of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) tools.

Below is an example case Before the improvement

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And here is the result after the improvement

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Thermal Verification

We use well-defined thermal analysis procedures to verify our systems to meet the harsh environment applications. Especially in fanless cooling design, we develop heat-sink or heat-pipe solution to conduct the heat and the air flow for the best thermal solution.

We provide dedicated thermal analysis technology by using thermal analysis software. Before production, we use Infrared thermal video system (TVS) to check if our thermal design works.

Thermal Profile Test

A. Test Purpose:

It is to check the thermal profile of the test unit, and also test if the test unit can work under different environment temperatures condition.

B. Test Standard:

Reference IEC 60068-2-2 Testing procedures

Test Bb: Dry Heat Test

C. Test Equipment:

Programmable Temperature & Humidity Chamber

A K.SON. INS. Tech.Corp.
B Model: THS-E4C-100

Wide Temperature Range

Winmate provides products to deliver optimum performance over a wide range of temperatures in order to accommodate for diverse industrial applications such as outdoor Kiosks in winter and summer.(In generally test condition, real case should depend on your mechanical selection). At the high temperature condition, the mechanism maintains the power switch to protect from overheating. The power will turn off when over 65 degrees C, and will back to turn on status when the internal temperature drop back to 55 degrees.

Features
A Wide range temperature
B Heating control sub-system

Anti - Vibration / Shock

Following the different demands of anti-shock and vibration in all different kinds of applications, we can provide different grades of shock or vibration standards for our product range. Products that meet the standard could maintain its operation under severe environments. So we have pass (1) Vibration Test. (2) Shock Test. (3) Drop Test.

(1). Vibration Test

The purpose of vibration test is to check the mechanical resonance in all 3 directions (X, Y and Z). With the testing result our mechanical engineers can optimize the design and make the product most reliable for the usage. During and after this procedure the product needs to be 100% functional and no mal-function.

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(2). Shock Test

The purpose of shock test is to check how rugged the design is in all 3 directions (X, Y and Z). With the testing result our mechanical engineers can optimize the design and make the product most reliable for the usage. During and after this procedure the product needs to be 100% functional and no mal-function.

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(3). Drop Test
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