Common Military and Commercial Specifications and Standards


RTCA/DO-160 Testing


Common Military and Commercial Specifications and Standards

Dayton T. Brown, Inc. can test to RTCA/DO-160A, B, C, D, E and F.

 

RTCA/DO-160 covers standard procedures and environmental test criteria for testing airborne electronic equipment (avionics) for the entire spectrum of aircraft, from light general aviation aircraft and helicopters through to the “jumbo jet” and “supersonic transport” classes of aircraft.

 

Coordinated with EUROCAE (European Organization for Civil Aviation Equipment), RTCA/DO-160D and its European twin, EUROCAE/ED-14D, are worded identically.


We can perform Emissions and Susceptibility testing to 40 GHz. Our equipment can generate Radiated Susceptibility fields well in excess of 200 V/m across the frequency range of 10 kHz to 40 GHz.


We are A2LA accredited for RTCA/DO-160 testing, and have large anechoic test chambers, with high current DC and AC sources available. DTB now also offers state-of-the-art lightning testing as part of our RTCA/DO-160 capabilities.



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RTCA/DO-160 Dynamic and Vibration Testing Services:


RTCA/DO-160 Dynamic and Vibration Testing Services:



*completed at a partner lab.


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BOEING Requirements


BOEING Requirements

  • D6-16050-4, D6-16050-5

  • D6-44588















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AIRBUS Requirements


AIRBUS Requirements
  • ABD0100.1.2

  • ABD0100.1.8
















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MIL-STD-167-1 Testing:


MIL-STD-167-1 Testing

MIL-STD-167-1 details the mechanical vibration testing requirements for shipboard equipment. Equipment designed and tested in accordance with MIL-STD-167-1 generally passes the shock requirements of MIL-S-901 with little difficulty.


Please see our MIL SPECS Document Library to view a copy of this specification, MIL-STD-167-1.












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MIL-STD-810 Testing


MIL-STD-810 Testing

This deals with Environmental Engineering Considerations and Laboratory Tests, which include shock testing and vibration testing. Please see our MIL SPECS Document Library to view a copy of this specification.


MIL-STD-810 talks about a vast range of environmental testing procedures and standards that we are fully equipped to offer you (for the complete list, please click here), but the sections that correspond specifically to our vibration testing services are:



  • MIL-STD-810 F Method 513.4 Acceleration (constant acceleration)

  • MIL-STD-810 F Method 516.4 Shock (Shock Response Spectrums, or Triangle/sine/square wave shocks - also transportation shock)

  • MIL-STD-810 F Method 520.1 Temp, Humidity, Vibration (Traditionally sine wave pre D) - later random vibration - combined with Temperature Testing)




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MIL-S-901 Testing


MIL-S-901 Testing

MIL-S-901 details the high-impact shock testing requirements for shipboard machinery, equipment, structures and systems.


The purpose of these MIL-S-901 requirements is to verify the ability of shipboard installations to withstand shock loadings, which may be incurred due to the effects of nuclear or conventional weapons.


Please see our MIL SPECS Document Library to view a copy of this specification, MIL-S-901.










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