Electrical & Control Panel Building

  • Our panel shop is fully equipped to handle custom jobs that require designing, machining, fabrication, integration and panel building.
  • DATC can design, build and integrate any of your electrical control needs. From one panel or junction box to 100 free standing industrial enclosures, you can be assured of total quality from our experienced panel shop.
  • DATC will build control panels from our ACAD drawing, or your prints and drawings, or we can also work with your third party designers.
  • Our panel build shop can satisfy all control needs from simple push button panels to sophisticated line regenative vector drives for precision four quadrant motor control.
  • Our panel build shop can satisfy all control needs from simple push button panels to sophisticated line regenative vector drives for precision four quadrant motor control.
  • Other DATC services include: CNC machining & turning, welding & plasma cutting, water jet cutting, 10,000 sqft assembly & manufacturing space, indoor loading dock w/ 8,000 pound fork truck.
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Stresscoat/Brittle Coating Analysis and Consulting

  • Field (at your location) or in-house (at our laboratory) application and testing for general stress analysis or defined specifications like the ASME Section 8, UG101 or Section 4, HLW-502 Proof Testing.
  • On location consulting or seminar instruction on the Uses and Application of Stresscoat Brittlecoatings.
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Vibration and Mechanical Shock Testing

Vibration Test Conditions are Defined as:
  • Sinusoidal – A vibration test being performed over a define frequency spectrum at a defined sweep rate at a defined acceleration, velocity or displacement input level.
  • Resonance Dwell – A vibration test being performed at a defined single frequency which can be defined as a test article resonance, system resonance or an externally generated resonance. The input level is defined as acceleration, velocity or displacement.
  • Random Vibration – A vibration test performed over a defined frequency spectrum at a single input level (flat spectrum) or a shaped spectrum defined by varying (increased or decreased input levels) at a given frequency and or frequencies. The input level for random vibration testing is defined as Grms.
  • Sine on Random – A vibration test performed by overlaying a defined frequency or frequencies on a random frequency spectrum.
Mechanical Shock Test Conditions are Defined as:
  • Shock pulses are characterized by their
    • Shock pulses are characterized by their
    • Wave Shape – Defined as Half Sine, Sawtooth, Triangular, Rectangular and SRS (*)
    • Peak Acceleration – Defined as the shock pulse input level commonly measured in G’s
    • Pulse Duration or Width – Defined as the duration of measurable time between the beginning and end of the shock pulse commonly measured in milliseconds (ms).
      *Shock Response Spectrum (SRS) – A plot of maximum responses of imagined SDoF systems vs. their natural frequencies, as they respond to an applied shock.
Equipment Capabilities: 4,000 lbfc to 17,000 lbfc

Environmental Testing

Environmental testing is performed to establish and or confirm the response a product will have when exposed to temperature, humidity or altitude conditions. DATA-SYS can perform steady state temperature or temperature humidity as well as a defined temperature or temperature ramping / cycling test sequence. A combination of temperature, humidity and altitude test condition can be performed to an existing test specification defined in the IEC, IEEE, ISO, ISTA, SAE MIL-STD, RTCA, UL standards or internal specifications developed by a corporations like John Deere, CNH, GE, GM, Ford, Chrysler. These test conditions typically have been derived from current field data recordings or historical data previously recorded on existing products.

Temperature and Humidity Testing
  • Chamber Capacities: Range from 1 cubic foot to 64 cubic foot.
  • Test Temperature Range: -100 degrees F to 350 degrees F for standard environmental chambers and elevated temperatures in ovens to temperatures up to 600 degrees F.
  • Test Humidity Range: up to 95% relative humidity and low humidity test conditions available in in several chambers. Contact us with your requirement.
Thermal Shock Testing

Thermal shock testing can be performed using three different methods:

  • Single Environmental Chamber – Program the environmental chamber between the defined high and low test temperatures within the ramping capabilities of the selected environmental chamber.
  • Two Environmental Chambers – Using two environmental chambers, each programed with a selected temperature, manually transfer the test article between the two environmental chambers.
  • Thermal Shock Chamber – The test article is vertically transferred in a basket between chambers typically in less than 60 seconds.
Altitude Testing

Altitude testing simulates the reduced air pressure experienced at elevation. Sealed flexible systems have the potential the fail if exposed to altitude. Altitude testing and be performed with the test article in an operational or non-operational condition.

In today’s economy with the decrease of internal testing facilities and internal resources being reduced due to the loss of experienced personnel making a change or retiring we offer a single resource to support and or manage a project whether it is new, existing or redesign program.

Contact DATA-SYS for your individual or industry specific environmental, thermal shock and altitude testing requirements.