PST-E – Card Peel Strength Test Tool
The PST test tool is designed according to industry specification for card peel testing. The digital strain gauge installed can be connected to a PC with Go/No-Go assistant Mulann utility for data recording via RS-232 cable supplied with the device. This tester needs to work with the PSPT-A tools. PSPT-A has two versions for one cut or four cuts.
The PST test tool is designed according to industry specification for card peel testing. The digital strain gauge installed can be connected to a PC with Go/No-Go assistant Mulann utility for datra recording via RS-232 cable supplied with the device. This tester needs to work with the PSPT-A tools. PSPT-A has two versions for one cut or four cuts.
The PST-E Peel strength tester is designed to test the resistance of the added protective overlay on any ID-1 smart cards.
It complies with ISO/ IEC 10373-1:2006 standard. and CQM v2.15 specifications (TM-412 test method )
– Card lamination quality control and production control
– New product introduction qualification The PST-E Peel strength tool shall be at least 3.5N/cm.
This tester also can be used to test peel strength of inlay antenna. This test needs to work with the PSPT-A tools. PSPT-A has two versions for one cut or four cuts.
– Easy-to-use equipment with preparation tool to cut printed card into equal sections as requested in the CQM test method specification
|Dimensions||35 x 36.9 x 55 cm|
110V AC 50/60Hz, 220V AC 50/60Hz, 6W rated power consumption
Tools very useful with PST-E Peel Strength Test.
PSPT-Ax pre-cuts the card with a cutter for preparing test sections as described in ISO 10373-1 and MasterCard CQM.
- PSPT-A-H: version for four horizontal and one vertical sections.
- PSPT-A-H: version for seven vertical and one horizontal sections.
The WTT-D-5-R20_25 is a tool designed to test at the same the resistance to static wrapping stress of 10 IC module embedded into ID1 cards format .
The ATT-A tester is an equipment to test the resistance of the smart card surface elements to abrasion. The card is placed on a bed; the head can receive either 35x35mm sandpaper (CQM test method TM-B04-1) or 13×19 mm soft eraser rub (CQM test method TM-B04-2). Length and position to abrade can be set, head support different weights and speed is adjustable up to 100 mm/s. For sandpaper test, the head is lifted up when it is repositioned to its start position. In the middle of the tester, there is a cutting tool for sandpaper. Applications The ATT-A tester is the perfect equipment to test the resistance of the smart card surface elements to abrasion.
The CWT-A fixture is a gravity-fed ramp with defined gaps for the quick in-production Pass/Fail testing of overall card warpage It comes in two versions: – CWT-A1 with gauge 1.5mm and 1.3mm for un-embossed cards. – CWT-A2 with gauge 2.5mm and 2.3mm for embossed cards.
This tool is a combo tool which includes the CWT-A1 and CWT-A2. It allows, thanks to a reversible gauge (1.5mm height and 2.5mm height), to control the warpage of either a card without embossing characters or a card with embossed characters.
This 3-wheel tester is the most versatile device. Operations can be performed on the longitudinal axis or the transversal axis of the card. The pressure is applied by a weight system and the pressure value can be set to 8, 10 and 12N and with the optional set of weights 2 x 10N as mentioned in the CQM recommendations. Actual pressure can be detected using a weight detector as an option. The test is run at 0.5Hz or 1Hz. The number of cycles can be preset through the human-machine interface. Contactless card can be checked on the fly for failure in option. T3R interface can be accessed through the communication port (Ethernet) for monitoring, remote control or history log download.