Safety and Standards
The MIL-STD-810G test series are approved for use by all departments and agencies of the United States Department of Defense (DoD). MIL-STD-810G addresses a broad range of environmental conditions that include: low pressure for altitude testing; exposure to high and low temperatures plus temperature shock (both operating and in storage); rain (including wind blown and freezing rain); humidity, fungus, salt fog for rust testing; sand and dust exposure; explosive atmosphere; leakage; acceleration; shock and transport shock; gunfire vibration; and random vibration. The standard describes environmental management and engineering processes that can be of enormous value to generate confidence in the environmental worthiness and overall durability of a system design.
|MIL-STD-810 Method 501.4||High Temperature|
|MIL-STD-810 Method 502.4||Low Temperature|
|MIL-STD-810 Method 506.4||Rain / Water Resistance|
|MIL-STD-810 Method 507.4||Humidity|
|MIL-STD-810 Method 514.5||Vibration|
|MIL-STD-810 Method 516.5||Shock|
|MIL-STD-810 Method 503.4||Temperature Shock|
|MIL-STD-810 Method 500.4||Low Pressure|
MIL-STD-461 is a United States Military Standard that describes how to test equipment for electromagnetic compatibility.
Specifically, MIL-STD 461F details testing specification to ensure the conducted emissions (CE), conducted susceptibility (CS), radiated emissions (RE), and radiated susceptibility (RS) of a system can meet the requirements for the control of electromagnetic interference.
|MIL-STD-461 Method - CE101 / CE102||Conducted Emissions|
|MIL-STD-461 Method - CS101 / CS106 / CS109 / CS114 / CS115 / CS116||Conducted Susceptibility|
|MIL-STD-461 Method - RS101 / RS103||Radiated Susceptibility|
|MIL-STD-461 Method - RE101 / RE102||Radiated Emissions|