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Mil-Std-810G – Part 6 (Contamination by Fluids)

This is part 6 of a series delving into the intricacies of Mil-Std-810G. 810G covers contamination by fluids in 504.1.  Use the contamination by fluids tests to determine if equipment is affected by temporary exposure to contaminating fluids such as may be encountered during its life cycle.  In the case… Read More

Mil-Std-810G – Part 5 (Temperature Shock)

This is Part 5 of a series delving into the intricacies of Mil-Std-810G. 810G covers temperature in 501.5 (High Temperature) and 502.5 (Low Temperature), both of which have been covered in previous blogs.  In addition, 503.5 covers Temperature Shock. Method 520.3 details testing which combines temperature, humidity, vibration and altitude… Read More

Mil-Std-810G – Part 4 (Low Temperature)

This is Part 4 of a series delving into the intricacies of Mil-Std-810G. 810G covers temperature in 501.5 (High Temperature) which was discussed in a previous blog, 502.5 (Low Temperature) and 503.5 (Temperature Shock). Method 520.3 details testing which combines temperature, humidity, vibration and altitude interactively.  Methods 520.3 will be… Read More

Mil-Std-810G – Part 3 (High Temperature)

This is Part 3 of a series delving into the intricacies of Mil-Std-810G.   810G covers temperature in 501.5 (High Temperature), 502.5 (Low Temperature) and 503.5 (Temperature Shock). Method 520.3 details testing which combines temperature, humidity, vibration and altitude interactively.  Methods 502.5 and 520.3 will be examined in future blogs.  Method… Read More

Mil-Std-810G – Part 2 (Low Pressure)

This is Part 2 of a series delving into the intricacies’ of Mil-Std-901G. Mil-Std-810G, Method 500.5 details testing equipment in a low pressure environment to simulate effects of altitude.  This section comprises 7 pages starting at page 63 of the Specification. The detrimental effects of high altitude operation for computers… Read More

What Is Mil-Std-810G – Part 1 (Introduction)

Mil-Std-810G is a United States Military Standard that emphasizes tailoring an equipment’s environmental design and test limits to the conditions that it will experience throughout its life.  In other words, except for some specific and carefully crafted test specifications, 810G leaves it up to the equipment manufacturer and the end… Read More

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