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What role has High and Low Temperature (Humidity) Test Chamber played in new energy vehicles?

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With the increasing awareness of environmental protection, new energy vehicles have become a topic of widespread concern. In order to ensure the performance and durability of these vehicles, various automotive components need to undergo testing in high and low-temperature (humidity) test chambers to simulate harsh weather conditions before installation. So, what functions do high and low-temperature (humidity) test chambers for new energy vehicles have?


These types of test chambers can simulate various temperature environments. In extreme temperature conditions, such as high or low temperatures, automotive components must be able to operate normally. Therefore, during the operation of the test chamber, various complex and variable climatic conditions, such as high temperature, low temperature, and high humidity, can be simulated by adjusting parameters such as temperature, humidity, and airflow. Testing in this way allows for the evaluation of the performance of new energy vehicles under different climatic conditions.


Environmental test chambers can also simulate various road conditions. As new energy vehicles actually travel on different roads, they encounter various situations, including flat roads, mountain roads, rough roads, or highways. Different road conditions can impact the vehicle. Through testing, our products can simulate various road conditions and the unexpected situations that vehicles may encounter. 


Moreover, comprehensive test chambers can perform multi-stage timed or customized automatic adjustments of temperature and humidity. They can also simulate light exposure (solar radiation), temperature, humidity, artificial rain simulation, radiation, ventilation, and other tests.