Walk-In Chamber Options

Listed below are the options that are available on Walk-In chambers.

Cabinet Options
Additional Chamber Ports Additional circular, square, or rectangular ports are available in a variety of sizes. Ports may be placed on both sides of the chamber for ease of cable routing.
Additional Chamber Windows A selection of various size windows are available for product viewing of photography.
Chamber Ramp Entry ramps with diamond trend plate floor are available for easy loading of test items.
Oversize Chamber Doors Oversize doors are available to loading of large product and for full vehicle testing.
Heavy gauge floor with optional diamond trend plate is available for heavy loads.
Conveniently measures the level of hydrocarbon and carbon monoxide in the air that are emitted from a vehicle.

Humidity Options
Water Pressure Regulator Water pressure regulator is recommended to regulate incoming water supply to <=25 psig.
Reverse Osmosis Water purification system for use with city / tap water. This option is not needed if chamber has demineralizer filter system.

Instrumentation Options
EZ-View Chamber Software CSZ EZ-View software is available for monitoring and controlling up to 20 chambers from any location.
Chamber Hi-Low Limit Provides essential failsafe over/under (hi/low) temperature protection for your valuable test items.
IEEE Interface A parallel interface can be provided for interface with IEEE-488 parallel instrument control buss. A standard IEEE-488 connector is provided for easy connection to adjacent test equipment. This option is cannot be used in conjunction with RS-232/RS-485 communications.
Chart Recorder A selection of one or two pen chart recorders are available with a variety of pre-printed charts or self printing thermal charts.
Run Time Meter The optional run time meter includes a non-resettable display which will accumulate the system running time for routine maintenance and planning purposes.
Main Power Disconnect Provides an additional level of safety by shutting down the main power to the chamber prior to maintenance or repair.
Customer Event Option Includes 15 event outputs with connection panel & removable plug connectors. Designed to turn customer’s electronic DUT’s (devices under test) ON or OFF at various stages of the customer programmed test profile. Each output may also be configured to perform other operations including alarm or profile status indicators.
Digital Input Option Includes connection panel and 8 inputs that can be configured to perform various controller functions (i.e. start, hold, resume or terminate a profile, advance steps, control customer event outputs, etc.)

(provides 8 thermocouple / TC inputs through EZT-570i)

EZT Monitor Option Designed to consist of eight (8) “T” type thermocouples (TC’s) for temperature readout with individual alarms, displays, and data logging for each input that can be monitored by the EZT-570i and the EZ-View software. The “black-box” unit itself will be mounted to the side or rear of the unit and the eight TC’s will pass through one of the existing side ports. These are TC’s only (no RH sensors or PT100-RTD’s) and are used for product temperature monitoring or temperature uniformity check within the chamber. (For monitoring only, no control.)
Watlow F4 Controller CSZ F4 Programmable Controller with Product Monitor, redundant high/low limit and EIA 232/485 Computer Interface. Replaces EZT-570i and mounts on a special fixture below the door.

Performance & Refrigeration Options

Dry Air Purge A dry air purge system can be provided to reduce condensation within the chamber and on the test item during temperature cycling testing. This option is primarily used to prevent short circuits in electronic components and is also used for low humidity requirements.
Allows the testing chamber refrigeration system to be located approximately 50 linear feet away from the chamber. This option is commonly used for labs with space restrictions or to minimize noise levels.
Although CSZ chambers are quiet operating, sound foam is available as an option to further reduce the noise generated by the refrigeration system. This option is commonly used in larger chambers.