EZ-Test Plan Ingress Protection 60529 IPx9 High Press and Temp Water Jet Spray
This template (IPx9 Pressure and Temperature Water Jet Spray 60529) is for testing the degree ingress protection provided by electrical equipment enclosures as defined in IEC 60529 2.2. This EZ-Test Plan Test Plan Template is developed for use by manufacturers, contractors, engineering service companies and test labs. This document employs the format specified in DOD MIL-STD-810 Task 405.
This EZ-Test Plan Template is customized for per EN 60529 IPx9 High Press and Temp Water Jet Spray.
A properly structured test plan ensures that testing is performed as specified by the product developer and prevents over or under test of the test item. It also provides instruction for collection of data necessary for post-test analysis and data required for test replication (e.g. location of accelerometers and thermal sensors).
This EZ-Test Plan Template Set (IPx9 High Press. and Temp. Water Jet Spray 60529) includes:
- Test Plan for one (1) Method with procedure(s)
- Addendum – Operating and Functional Test Procedure Template for user customization
- Test Data Form for Witness
- Test Label (Photo template) form for pictures at lab by witness
This EZ-Test Plan Template is available for a One-Year License which is renewable for 50% of the standard one license purchase price.
Development of Test Plans
It is essential for product developers to conduct thorough testing at the developmental stage to avoid failures that could lead to death, injury, product recall, and decreased customer satisfaction. An important part in the development of a viable developmental evaluation program is to have well-constructed test plans that reflect the anticipated environmental factors when the equipment is is in use.
Test Plan Background
Ingress Protection EZ-Test Plans have been developed based on CVG Strategy’s experience in test and evaluation for commercial and military applications. Industry sectors CVG Strategy has been involved in include
This product testing experience has provided an understanding of expected environmental stresses likely to be incurred in the life time of a product, including logistical and tactical transport. It has also provided knowledge concerning the development of product evaluation documentation and its importance in providing optimal testing that returns applicable data for analysis and repeatability of testing.