- Fixed ground equipment
- Mobile ground vehicle equipment
- Shipboard equipment
- Jet aircraft equipment
- Turbo-propeller and rotary-wing aircraft equipment
- Air launched weapons
- The tailoring process described in this standard (i.e., systematically considering detrimental effects that various environmental factors may have on a specific materiel system throughout its service life) applies throughout the materiel acquisition cycle to all materiel developed for military or commercial applications, including foreign and non-development item (NDI) procurements, procurements, or modifications of Allied systems or materiel, and cooperative development opportunities with one or more Allied nations to meet user and interoperability needs (DoDD 5000.1).
- *Note that this spec. is being revised specifically for HALT and HASS
Guide for Defining and Performing Highly Accelerated Tests
SAE/USCAR-2 Revision 5 Revised 2007-11
- UL 2054
- UL 1642
PERFORMANCE SPECIFICATION FOR AUTOMOTIVE ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR SYSTEMS
- Changes in component and unit dimensions
- Stray capacitances.
- Differing expansion of materials
- Noise floor can shift, supplies drift, causing signal levels and timing to shift
- Pushes software timing to limits.
- Thermal compensation algorithms pushed to limits.
- Components that are wrong value - may work at ambient, but pushing temperature forces malfunction.
- Manufacturing errors that push tolerance stack up to one side or the other. Components that don’t meet spec value or dynamic range
- Solder creep