Power Breezer TITAN is MIL-STD-810H Certified

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Power Breezer TITAN is MIL-STD-810H certified!

What is MIL-STD?

The U.S. Department of Defense has military standards which they enforce to confirm that products are compliant with standardization requirements they create.  This helps to ensure the commonality of products which are used in military environments. This is important to maintain consistency and safeguards against equipment inefficiency, safety hazards, and failure while in use. This can apply to extreme environmental conditions.

Test methods used for MIL-STD-810 certification usually includes mechanical shocks, vibration testing, temperature tests, low pressure tests, and humidity tests. Others can include fungus, explosives, and salt fog.

MIL-STD-810H

MIL-STD-810H is the latest revision of MIL-STD-810 and includes changes from MIL-STD-810G.  It’s important to know that mechanical shock, which is a widely used method for testing, underwent extensive changes for 810H and does not include line revision indicators.

Important Note: The tests listed in this article are not a reflection of results for specific Power Breezer products.  For details about individual tests and results for specific products, speak to our sales team.

Other changes include:

  • The definition of temperature shock
  • The Test and Evaluation Master Plan (TEMP)
  • Test conditions and tolerances for test conditions
  • Calibration interval guidelines
  • Temperature change rate
  • MIL-STD-810H 500.6 – Acceleration – Test Pressures (Altitude) and Temperature
  • MIL-STD-810H 501.7 – High Temperature – Procedure I – Storage and Procedure II – Operation
  • MIL-STD-810H 502.7 – Low Temperature – Procedure I – Storage
  • MIL-STD-810H 503.7 – Temperature Shock – including changes to the following sections: Selecting Procedure Variations, Determine Test Levels and Conditions, Test Duration (number of shocks), Interruption Due to Chamber Malfunction, Pretest Standard Ambient Checkout, Procedure I – Shock from Constant Extreme Temperatures, Procedure I-B – Single Cycle Shock from Constant Extreme Temperature and Procedure I-C – Multi-Cycle Shocks from Constant Extreme Temperature
  • MIL-STD-810H 504.3 – Contamination by Fluids – Pretest Standard Ambient Checkout and Procedure
  • MIL-STD-810H 505.7 – Solar Radiation (Sunshine) – including changes to the following sections: Limitations, Spectral Power Distribution, Post-Test, Test Facility, Solar Radiation Source and Test Parameter Tolerances
  • MIL-STD-810H 506.6 – Rain – including changes to the following sections: Droplet Size, Water Pressure, Pretest, Post-Test, Procedure I – Rain and Blowing Rain, Procedure II – Exaggerated, Procedure III – Drip, Interruption Due to Test Item Operation Failure and Pretest Standard Ambient Checkout
  • MIL-STD-810H 508.8 – Fungus – including changes to the following sections: Purpose, Application, Limitations, Physical Interference, Choice of Fungus, Pretest, Table 508.8-I – Test Fungus, Post-Test, Test Chamber, Air Velocity, Preparation of Mixed Spore Suspension and Incubation of the Test Item
  • MIL-STD-810H 509.7 – Salt Fog – Fallout Rate, Salt Fog Collection Receptacles and Referenced Documents
  • MIL-STD-810H 510.7 – Sand and Dust – including changes to the following sections: Purpose, Limitations, Effects of Sand and Dust Environments, Sequence Among Other Methods, Selecting Procedures, Pretest, During Test, Post-Test, Temperature, Air Velocity and Dust Composition
  • MIL-STD-810H 511.7 – Explosive Atmosphere – Fuel, Post-Test and Test Facility
  • MIL-STD-810H 512.6 – Immersion – Pretest and Procedure I – Immersion
  • MIL-STD-810H 513.8 – Acceleration – including changes to the following sections: Acceleration versus Shock, Climatic Conditioning, Selecting a Procedure, Procedure Selection Considerations, Strength Test, Test Axes and Table 513.8-I. Suggested g levels for Procedure I – Structural Test
  • MIL-STD-810H 514.8 – Vibration – including changes to the following sections: Application, Limitations, Pretest, Acceleration Input Control Strategy, Table 514.8-II. Random Vibration Test Tolerances, Sinusoidal Vibration Test Tolerances and Procedure III – Large Assembly Transport
  • MIL-STD-810H 515.8 – Acoustic Noise – Calibration and Tolerance and Table 515.8A-I. Overall Sound Pressure Levels and Durations
  • MIL-STD-810H 518.2 – Acidic Atmosphere – Chemical Composition and Concentration
  • MIL-STD-810H 522.2 – Ballistic Shock – Controls / Tolerance
  • MIL-STD-810H 523.4 – Vibro-Acoustic / Temperature – Temperature, Shock, Sequence Among Other Methods, Pretest, Controls / Tolerances
  • MIL-STD-810H 524.1 – Freeze / Thaw – Controls
  • MIL-STD-810H 525.2 – Time Waveform Replication – General Considerations and Terminology, Figure 525.2-1. Basic TWR Test Modes as Related to Time Trace Scaling, General TWR Test Philosophy with Regard to Time Trace Simulation (and Scaling), Figure 525.2-2. Basic TWR Test Simulation Combinations, Limitations, Effects of Transition to Time Trace TWR, Sequence Among Other Methods and Tolerances
  • MIL-STD-810H 526.2 – Rail Impact – including changes to the following sections: Purpose, Application, Limitations, Tailoring Guidance, Design and Modeling Guidance, Pretest, During Test, Buffer Railcars, Test Railcar, Locomotive, Track, Controls, Test Interruption, Test Setup, Rail Impact Procedure, Additional Requirements and Analysis of Results