Tinton Falls, NJ
T: 732.936.0800 | F: 732.936.0700
Tom Sweeney - Operations Manager
Environmental Testing and Program Management, EMI / EMC Testing and More
Whether you need testing or program management, NTS Tinton Falls is more than equipped to perform beyond your expectations. A full-service environmental test facility with more than 15 different chambers, shakers, a catapult, drop towers, and impact test platforms (hail, stone, small caliber fragments and bird strike), we’re ready for anything. And our teams of specialists are supremely skilled at performing environmental simulations such as thermal, shock and vibration, just to name a few.
We also have extensive experience in electromagnetic radiation and susceptibility testing, product safety, dynamics and environmental testing. With a mastery of current test and conformity requirements for domestic and international, we can assist you with product assessment and program test requirements to assure maximum customer acceptance.
This facility offers a variety of climatic chambers, including:
- Temperature/humidity chambers ranging in size from two cubic feet to 8’ x 8’ x 8’ walk-in chambers.
- Combined temperature, altitude and humidity chamber can reach up to is 70,000 feet.
- Acoustic noise
- Wind and rain up to 100 mph
- Salt fog
- Solar load
- Thermal shock
- Fungus testing to US and European standards. USDA Approved, on-staff mycologist.
- Fluids susceptibility
- Sand and dust testing
Primary specifications for environmental testing include: MIL-STD-810, MIL-STD-202, MIL-PRF-28800, RTCA/DO-160, ISTA, ASTM, IEC 60529, NEMA 250, GR 63-CORE, GR 487-CORE, ETSI 300-019-xx, IEC 60068-2-xx
EMI / EMC Testing to Military, Aerospace and Other Industry Specs
NTS Tinton Falls is part of the vast NTS EMI/EMC/ESD service offering, which includes 12 other laboratories across North America. This facility provides testing services to a wide variety of industries with expertise in testing to military (DoD), aerospace, industrial, commercial and other industry specifications.
- Radiated susceptibility: Up to 200 V/m, frequency range 10 kHz–40 GHz, meets RS103 of MILSTD-461 and RTCA/ DO-160 requirements.
- Multiple semi-anechoic shielded chambers.
Primary EMI / EMC testing specifications include: MIL-STD-461/462, RTCA/DO-160, GR 1089-CORE, FCC parts 15, 18, 22 & 24, EN 300386, EN 55024, EN 55022, EN 55011, EN 61000-4-xx, EN 61000-3-x, EN 61000-6-x, EN 61326-1.
Approved by Verizon to certify telecommunications products to network equipment building systems requirements (NEBS). The lab is able to certify to international standards. The teams here also provide complete certification of information technology, industrial and other commercial electronic products to global EMC, and Product Safety regulatory standards. We’re equipped with three EMI chambers, all of which are semi-anechoic, with two being 3 meter FCC listed chambers.
Vibration capabilities include sine, random, sine on random, random on random, gunfire vibration and synthesized shock. Additional dynamic testing capabilities include hail and stone impact testing, acceleration testing, incline impact and drop and shock towers. NTS dynamics testing capabilities encompass:
- Electrodynamic shaker systems: T-1000, T-514; up to 1.25″ stroke, 9,000 – 16,000 force pounds, 5 Hz – 3,000 Hz.
- Catapult and drop towers: Up to 125 msec, 100 Gs
- Ballistics (hail/stone impact and bird strike)
Primary specifications for dynamic testing include: MIL-STD-810, MIL-STD-202, RTCA/DO-160, ISTA, ASTM, FAA, GR 63-CORE, GR 487 CORE, ETSI 300-019-xx and IEC 60068-2-xx.
European CE and Domestic Product Safety Testing
Primary specifications for product safety testing include: EN 60950, EN 61010, EN 60601, EN 60335.