RTCA/DO provides standard procedures and environmental test criteria for testing airborne equipment for the entire spectrum of aircraft from light, general. Find the most up-to-date version of RTCA DO at Engineering Items 1 - 12 of 48 - Rent, buy, or lease various RTCA DO equipment for complete standards testing.
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A wide variety of remote configurations are available to facilitate the operation of units under test.
High speed photography can also be used to determine point of failure capture flame ignition source. Section 10 Waterproofness Testing Rtca do 160f, Drip, Spray, and Continuous Stream Proof testing are performed on units while operating with tightly controlled unit and water temperatures.
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Category Y is for Condensing water on the unit while Category W is for falling drops of water from rtca do 160f on the aircraft. Section 11 Fluids Susceptibility Testing This determines whether the materials used in the construction of equipment can withstand the effects of fluids that are rtca do 160f of those commonly used in airborne and ground operations.
Equipment Categories While there is only one Category, F, however there are two different methods: Section 12 Sand and Dust Testing This test determines the resistance of equipment to the effects of blowing sand and dust. This test requires 28 days of testing rtca do 160f an environment conducive to rapid fungal growth.
These frequency components are normally harmonically related to the power source rtca do 160f frequency. This section relates specifically to interfering signals related to the power frequency and its harmonics, audio frequency signals, and electrical transients that are generated by other on-board equipment or systems and coupled to sensitive circuits within the EUT rtca do 160f its interconnecting wiring.
DO defines rtca do 160f in sec 3. Not greater than 85 percent. Everything airborne from small general aviation aircraft and rotary aircraft to large airliners and transport planes must go through DO testing. DO testing rtca do 160f a wide range of factors, from humidity and temperature to electrical interference and shock resistance.