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Testing Area – Materials/Products Tested

Testing Name

Testing Method
(National, international test standards, in-house testing methods)

Explosion-free, electrical and electronic devices and mechanical parts exposed to vibration or shock during transport or use.

Medium Weight Shock Testing

MIL S 901D

Explosion-free, electrical and electronic devices and mechanical parts exposed to vibration or shock during transport or use.

Vibration Testing

Category 3, Environmental Stress Screening, Profile MIL-HDBK-2164A Figure 3 Random Vibration Spectrum

Category 4, Secured Cargo, Table 514.6C-II, Figure 514.6C-1, US Highway Truck Vibration Spectrum
Category 4, 20, Secured Cargo, Table 514.6C-IV, Figure 514.6C-2, Composite Two-Wheeled Vehicle Vibration Exposure
Category 4, 20, Secured Cargo, Table 514.6C-VI, Figure 514.6C-3, Composite Wheeled Vehicle Vibration Exposure
Category 7, Jet Aircraft Cargo Vibration Exposure, Table 514.6C-VII, Figure 514.6C-5
Category 7, 12, Jet Aircraft Vibration Exposure, Table 514.6C-VIII and Table 514.6D-1, Figure 514.6C-6 and Figure 514.6D-1
Category 8, 13, 17, Propeller Aircraft Vibration Exposure Table 514.6C-IX and Table 514.6D-II, Figure 514.6C-7 and Figure 514.6D-2
Category 9, 14, Helicopter Vibration Exposure Table 514.6C-X and Table 514.6D-III, Figure 514.6C-8 and Figure 514.6D-3
Category 11, Railroad-Train _ Rail Cargo Vibration Exposure, Figure 514.6C-10
Category 16, 19, Jet Aircraft Store Equipment Vibration Exposure, Table 514.6D-IV, Figure 514.6D-7
Category 10, 21, Watercraft – Marine Vehicles Shipboard Random Vibration Exposure, Figure 514.6D-9
Category 22, Turbine Engines Vibration Exposure, Figure 514.6D-10

Category 24, Minimum Integrity Exposure, Figure 514.6E-1 and Figure 514.6E-2.

Category 20, Tracked Vehicle Representative Spectral Shape, Figure 514.6D-8

MIL STD 810GMethod 514.6 Vibration Procedure I General Vibration

Explosion-free, electrical and electronic devices and mechanical parts exposed to vibration or shock during transport or use.

Category 3, Environmental Stress Screening, Profile MIL-HDBK-2164A, Figure 3, Random Vibration Spectrum
Category 4, 20, Restrained Cargo, Table 514.5C-VII, Figure 514.5C-1, US Highway Truck Vibration Spectrum
Category 4, 20, Restrained Cargo, Table 514.5C-VII, Figure 514.5C-2, Composite Two-Wheeled Vehicle Vibration Exposure
Category 4, 20, Restrained Cargo, Table 514.5C-VII, Figure 514.5C-3, Composite Wheeled Vehicle Vibration Exposure
Category 7, Jet Aircraft Cargo Vibration Exposure, Table 514.5C-VIII, Figure 514.5C-6
Category 7, 12, Jet Aircraft Vibration Exposure, Table 514.5C-III, Figure 514.5C-8

 

Category 8, 13, Propeller Aircraft Vibration Exposure, Table 514.5C-II, Figure 514.5C-9
Category 9, 14, Aircraft – Helicopter Vibration Exposure, Table 514.5C-IV, Figure 514.5C-10
Category 11, Train – Rail Cargo Vibration Exposure, Figure 514.5C-7

 

Category 16, Jet Aircraft Store Equipment Vibration Exposure, Table 514.5C-V, Figure 514.5C-14

Category 21, Marine Vehicles – Shipboard Random Vibration Exposure, Figure 514.5C-15

 

Category 22, Turbine Engines – Vibration Exposure,

Figure 514.5C-16

 

Category 24, General Minimum Integrity Exposure, Figure 514.5C-17

MIL STD 810FMethod 514.5 Vibration Procedure I General Vibration

Explosion-free, electrical and electronic devices and mechanical parts exposed to vibration or shock during transport or use.

Category 4, Secured Cargo, Table 514.7C-I, Figure 514.7C-2, US Highway Truck Vibration Spectrum

Category 4, Secured Cargo, Table 514.7C-III, Figure 514.7C-3, Composite Two-Wheeled Vehicle Vibration Exposure

Category 4, 20, Secured Cargo, Table 514.7C-V, Figure 514.7C-4, Composite Wheeled Vehicle Vibration Exposure

Category 7, Jet Aircraft Cargo Vibration Exposure, Table 514.7C-VI, Figure 514.7C-6

Category 7, 12, Jet Aircraft Vibration Exposure, Table 514.7C-VII, Figure 514.7D-1

Category 8, 13, 17, Propeller Aircraft Vibration Exposure Table 514.7C-VIII and Table 514.7D-II, Figure 514.7C-8 and Figure 514.7D-2

Category 9, 14, Helicopter Vibration Exposure, Table 514.7C-IXa, Table 514.7C-IXb and Table 514.7D-III, Figure 514.7C-9, Figure 514.7D-3

Category 11, Railroad-Train _ Rail Cargo Vibration Exposure Figure 514.7C-11

Category 16, 19, Jet Aircraft Store Equipment Vibration Exposure Table 514.7D-IV, Figure 514.7D-7

Category 10, 21, Watercraft – Marine Vehicles Shipboard Random Vibration Exposure, Figure 514.7D-9

Category 22, Turbine Engines Vibration Exposure, Figure 514.7D-10

Category 24, Minimum Integrity Exposure, Figure 514.7E-1, Figure 514.7E-2

Category 20, Tracked Vehicle Representative Spectral Shape, Figure 514.7D-8

MIL STD 810G Method 514.7 Vibration Procedure I General Vibration

(Change I)

Explosion-free, electrical and electronic devices and mechanical parts exposed to vibration or shock during transport or use.

Mechanical Shock Testing with Electrodynamic Shaker, Figure 516.5-8 Test SRS and Figure 516.5-10 Terminal Peak Sawtooth Pulse

Mechanical Shock Testing with Electrodynamic Shaker, Figure 516.5-10 Terminal Peak Sawtooth Pulse

MIL STD 810F Method 516.5 Shock Procedure I Functional Shock

MIL STD 810F Method 516.5 Shock Procedure V Crash Hazard

Explosion-free, electrical and electronic devices and mechanical parts exposed to vibration or shock during transport or use.

Mechanical Shock Testing with Electrodynamic Shaker – Figure 516.6-8 Test SRS and Figure 516.6-10 Terminal Peak Sawtooth Pulse

Mechanical Shock Testing with Electrodynamic Shaker, Figure 516.6-10 Terminal Peak Sawtooth Pulse

MIL STD 810G Method 516.6Shock Procedure I Functional Shock

MIL STD 810G Method 516.6 Shock Procedure V Crash Hazard

Explosion-free, electrical and electronic devices and mechanical parts exposed to vibration or shock during transport or use.

Mechanical Shock Testing with Electrodynamic Shaker – Figure 516.7-9 Test SRS and Figure 516.7-10 Terminal Peak Sawtooth Pulse

Mechanical Shock Testing with Electrodynamic Shaker, Figure 516.7-10 Terminal Peak Sawtooth Pulse

MIL STD 810G Method 516.7 Shock Procedure I Functional Shock

(Change I)

MIL STD 810G Method 516.7 Shock Procedure V Crash Hazard

(Change I)

Explosion-free, electrical and electronic devices and mechanical parts exposed to vibration or shock during transport or use.

Mechanical Vibrations of Shipboard Equipment

MIL STD 810G Method 528.1 Environmental Vibration

MIL STD 810G Method 528.1 Environmental Vibration

(Change I)

Explosion-free, electrical and electronic devices and mechanical parts exposed to vibration or shock during transport or use.

Mechanical Vibrations of Shipboard Equipment

MIL STD 167-1 Type 1 Environmental Vibration

Explosion-free, electrical and electronic devices and mechanical parts exposed to vibration or shock during transport or use.

Mechanical Shock Testing with Electrodynamic Shaker – Category A, Figure 7-2 Terminal Saw Tooth Shock Pulse Configuration & Its Tolerance Limits

RTCA DO-160G

Section 7 Operational Shocks and Crash Safety

Explosion-free, electrical and electronic devices and mechanical parts exposed to vibration or shock during transport or use.

Category R, Curve I, Sine on Random Test Curve for Helicopters

RTCA DO-160G

Section 8 Vibration

Explosion-free, electrical and electronic devices and mechanical parts exposed to vibration or shock during transport or use.

Railway applications – Rolling stock equipment – Shock and vibration tests

EN 61373 Shock and Vibration

Explosion-free, electrical and electronic devices and mechanical parts exposed to vibration or shock during transport or use.

Road Vehicles – Environmental conditions and testing for electrical and electronic equipment

ISO 16750-3

4.1 Vibration and 4.2 Mechanical Shock

Explosion-free, electrical and electronic devices and mechanical parts exposed to vibration or shock during transport or use.

Vibration – Basic Transportation Test

IEC 60068-2-6

Vibration (Sinusoidal)

Explosion-free, electrical and electronic devices and mechanical parts exposed to vibration or shock during transport or use.

Mechanical Shock Testing with Electrodynamic Shaker – Figure 1 Half-sine pulse and Figure 2 final-peak-saw-tooth pulse

ISO 60068-2-27

Mechanical Shock

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