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RTCA DO-160, Environmental Conditions and Test Procedures for Airborne Equipment

 

RTCA DO-160, Environmental Conditions and Test Procedures for Airborne Equipment


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RTCA/DO-160E/F Section 4: Temperature and Altitude

RTCA/DO-160E/F Section 5: Temperature Variation

RTCA/DO-160E/F Section 6: Humidity

RTCA/DO-160E/F Section 7: Operational Shock and Crash Safety

RTCA/DO-160E/F Section 8: Vibration

RTCA/DO-160E/F Section 9: Explosion Proofness

RTCA/DO-160E/F Section 10: Waterproofness

RTCA/DO-160E/F Section 11: Fluids Susceptibility

RTCA/DO-160E/F Section 12: Sand and Dust

RTCA/DO-160E/F Section 13: Fungus Resistance

RTCA/DO-160E/F Section 14: Salt Spray

RTCA/DO-160E/F Section 15: Magnetic Effect

RTCA/DO-160E/F Section 16: Power Input

RTCA/DO-160E/F Section 17: Voltage Spike

RTCA/DO-160E/F Section 18: Audio Frequency Conducted Susceptibility – Power Inputs

RTCA/DO-160E/F Section 19: Induced Signal Susceptibility

RTCA/DO-160E/F Section 20: Radio Frequency Susceptibility (Radiated and Conducted)

RTCA/DO-160E/F Section 21: Emission of Radio Frequency Energy

RTCA/DO-160E/F Section 22: Lightning Induced Transient Susceptibility

RTCA/DO-160E/F Section 24: Icing

RTCA/DO-160E/F Section 25: Electrostatic Discharge

RTCA/DO-160E/F Section 26: Fire, Flammability

This standard defines a series of minimum standard environmental test conditions and applicable test procedures for airborne equipment. The purpose of these tests is to determine the performance characteristics of airborne equipment in environmental conditions representative of those that may be encountered in airborne operation of the equipment.


RTCA/DO160E is published by RTCA, Inc., a global organization comprised of industry and government representatives, which develops standards to assure the safety and reliability of all Airborne Electronics (Avionics). Manufacturers of aircraft electronic equipment selling their products in the United States, Europe, and around the globe must meet RTCA requirements, including RTCA/DO160E/F. The European Organization for Civil Aviation Electronics (EUROCAE) works jointly with RTCA in the development of standards, and publishes an identical document, EUROCAE/ED-14D.

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