Basing our performance and quality standards on those set by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) ensures that We are supplying our clients with products that meet the highest levels of quality and performance.
This dedication to quality is only one of the many ways Maytown makes an effort to lead the industry.
Thoroughly testing the brightness of a flashlight can be done using an integrating sphere. An integrating sphere is a device that evenly distributes light over its surface. This makes it possible to measure a flashlight's overall light output with greater accuracy.
The testing principle is that you can determine the flashlight's brightness by measuring the amount of light reflected off a surface. Using an integrating sphere, you can ensure that the light is distributed evenly over the surface, giving you a more accurate measurement.
The voltage will decrease as the battery discharge.
Test the battery with a multimeter, set it to DC voltage, and touch the black lead to the negative end of the battery and the red lead to the positive end. You should get a reading in volts that will tell you how much charge is left in the battery.
A battery tester is a tool used to measure flashlight batteries' capacity and discharge rate. As a professional flashlight manufacturer with over 12 years of experience, this is a typical piece of equipment in our laboratory for testing batteries.
Here are the steps of using a specialized battery tester:
To ensure that a flashlight can withstand being submerged in water, Maytown engineers must adequately test it for its waterproof rating. Our lab has various testing equipment to test a flashlight for waterproofing.
The flashlight is submerged in water for some time to see if any water gets inside. It is important to note that the depth and duration of the water submersion will vary depending on the waterproof rating of the flashlight.
This test simulates rain or other forms of water spray that a flashlight might encounter in the real world.
This test is used to determine the highest and lowest temperatures that a flashlight can withstand.
The flashlight is placed in a chamber that can simulate different temperature extremes and then left for a while to see if there are any adverse effects. The temperature extremes and duration of the test will vary depending on the flashlight's rating.
The highest humidities that a flashlight can endure are determined through this test. The flashlight is put in a chamber with various humidity levels, then left for some time to see whether there are any adverse effects.
Maytown engineers will test the torch light with a humidity rating of 95% in our chamber for up to 24 hours.
Before ordering bulk flashlights, you should know that one of the most important features is the button. You need to be able to press it quickly and efficiently to turn the light on and off, both for samples and mass products.
That's why manufacturers use button press testing machines to test the quality of their flashlights. The device repeatedly presses the flashlight button, checking for durability and consistency.
In addition, the machine also checks for issues like button sticking and bouncing. These can be significant problems with a flashlight. The device is designed to identify them so that technicians can fix them before the flashlight goes on the market.
The impact test is a primary method for determining a flashlight's resistance to being dropped or coming into contact with a hard surface. The flashlight is placed on a vertical platform and dropped from different heights onto a concrete floor.
Beam distance is the farthest distance that light from a flashlight can travel and still be visible to the human eye. This is an important parameter because it will determine how far you can see with the flashlight.
Maytown is committed to providing the highest quality products to its customers. In addition to meeting the requirements of the ANSI Standard, Maytown also subjects its products to various tests to ensure that they can withstand real-life usage conditions.