Performs the peel test in ISO/IEC 10373-1 “Identification cards — Test methods — Part 1: General characteristics”.
ISO/IEC 10373-1 “Identification cards — Test methods — Part 1: General characteristics”.
In this standard, you can find a variety of measurements to evaluate characteristics of ID card.
Usually, the card is composed of layered films, therefore, 90 degree peel test of film is introduced as the one of the evaluation method.
You can check the peel strength to prevent card from physical breaking which could leads to leak of personal information.
In this standard, you have to find the min. value from the graph of force vs displacement.
The min. value is regarded as the peel strength of the card.
(Product related peel test: 90 degree peel fixture P90-200N for 90 degree peel test as optional attachment for film and tape.
NOTE: It is NOT for the peel test for ISO/IEC 10373-1.)
Cut the card to make specimens according to the standard.
Peel off edge of film layer to make allowance for gripping.
Hold the specimen on the custom-made fixture with the screws.
Hold it with a grip. (We recommend to use FC series).
Peel the film and make a graph of force vs displacement by Software: Force Recorder Professional.
Find min. force from the graph.
Force gauge: ZTA series
Motorized Test Stand : MX2-500N-FA
Fixture: Custom-made fixture and Film Grip FC series
Software: Force Recorder Professional
ID card, IC card