|Performance||Drip Water Tank||Dripping area (mm)||1000*800|
|Height to test unit (mm)||200~2000 (adjustable)|
|Spray nozzles||Diameter (mm)||Φ0.4|
|Square grid layout (mm)||20*20|
|Test distance||From spray nozzles to test unit surface||200mm|
|Watr flow (mm/min)||IPX1||1 +0.5|
|Turntable||Size||500×400mm(with T-Slot )|
|Rotating speed||1 RPM (± 2 %)|
|Operating Mode||Continuous rotation|
|Construction||Water tank material||Aluminium alloy+acrylic board|
|Flowmeter type||Rotor flow meter|
|Controller||Programble touch screen controller (could set the parameters of turntable, water flow rate, testing time etc.)|
|Automatic lifting system||To control water tank height|
|Facility requriement||Water||City tap water|
|Electricity supply||220V 1 phase 50HZ/60HZ|
|Frequency (Hz) dependant on country/region of installation.|
|Accessories||Spray nozzles||Extra pieces for spare; fuses|
Leakage protection etc.
IPX1 and IPX2 drip box tester is making test by multiple drip nozzles on the drip tank which is designed on the top of the fixture. Tank height is adjustable. The flow rate can be controlled through a flow meter and a valve. A pump is used to fill the drip tank, which cuts off automatically after the tank fills up. The unit under test is fixed on the rotating table for the uniform distribution of water on all sides.
IPX1 Dripping water test method
Dripping water (vertically falling drops) shall have no harmful effect. Test duration: 10 minutes, equivalent to 1 mm rainfall per minute.
IPX2 Dripping water when tilted up to 15° test method
Vertically dripping water shall have no harmful effect when the enclosure is tilted at an angle up to 15° from its normal position. Test duration: 10 minutes, Water equivalent to 3 mm rainfall per minute.
The drip tank of Drip Box Tester for IPX1 and IPX2 Test is made of multiple drip nozzles through which the water flows at the rate of 1mm/min and 3mm/min. In a stainless steel housing a drip tank is placed on over it. The flow rate can be controlled through a flow meter and a valve. A pump is used to fill the drip tank, which cuts off automatically after the tank fills up. The unit under test is fixed on the rotating table for the uniform distribution of water on all sides.