Peter Beck, Marcin Latocha, Christoph Tscherne, Michael Wind
Seibersdorf Laboratories, Austria
Seibersdorf Laboratories is operating the TEC-Laboratory, an accredited test house for total ionizing dose (TID) testing of electronic components and systems. The abbreviation TEC means test of electronic components. The testing procedures of the TEC-Laboratory are compliant with the EN ISO/IEC 17025 standard of test labs . Further, the TEC-Laboratory is fully compliant with IEC 61340-5-1:2016, the standard on protection of electronic devices from electrostatic phenomena . For maintaining the accreditation the TEC-Laboratory has been fully characterized and has been audited by an in depended governmental body certified for accreditation of test labs – the Accreditation Austria. The Accreditation Austria is a full member of the International Laboratory Accreditation Cooperation ILAC and a signatory of the MRA for “Testing, Calibration and Inspection”. The TEC-Laboratory is also required to participate in relevant intercomparison testing programs between reassessments, as a further demonstration of technical competence. The TEC-Laboratory issue test reports showing the accreditation body’s symbol as an indication of their accreditation.
The accredited testing at the TEC-Laboratory is compliant with ESCC Basic Specification No.22900  and Steady-State Total Dose Irradiation Procedure of MIL-STD-750-F . The radiation characterization of the TEC laboratory’s Co-60 photon field is presented in detail. The back scattering of the walls have been investigated by measurements and Monte Carlo methods , .
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 IEC 61340-5-1:2016, 2016, Electrostatics - Part 5-1: Protection of electronic devices from electrostatic phenomena - General requirements, 2016
 European Space Component Coordination, Total Dose Steady-State Irradiation Test Method, ESCC Basic Specification No.22900, escies.org
 MIL-STD-750-F Test Method Standard, Method 1019.5, Steady-State Total Dose Irradiation Procedure, Department of Defense, 2016
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