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ip67
IP 67
Ingress protection from solid objects and liquids.
re102
MIL-STD-461F RE102: Radiated Emissions:Any electronic device may generate Electromagnetic fields that unintentionally propagate away from the device’s structure. This test ensures that the radiated emissions do not create interference with the most susceptible devices such as radars and satcoms.
5005a
MIL-STD-810G METHOD 500.5 Procedure I: Altitude (Storage)
When in high altitude environments, devices can be exposed to rapid pressure changes. These can affect the devices performance, structure, heat resistivity, seals etc. This test ensures that the unit performs well during/after low pressure exposure. [WR tested for 30K ft (operational) 40K ft (storage)]
5005a
MIL-STD-810G METHOD 500.5 Procedure II: Altitude (Operational)
When in high altitude environments, devices can be exposed to rapid pressure changes. These can affect the devices performance, structure, heat resistivity, seals etc. This test ensures that the unit performs well during/after low pressure exposure. [WR tested for 30K ft (operational) 40K ft (storage)].
5015
MIL-STD-810G METHOD 501.5 Procedure II: High temperature environments can affect material safety, integrity and performance of electronics. WR has successfully tested for temperatures as high as 85C. This test ensures that devices can be deployed in areas where temperature, ambient and induced, are higher than standard. (engine compartments, mines, etc..)
5025a
MIL-STD-810G METHOD 502.5 Procedure I: Low Temperature (Storage)
This test helps evaluate effects of low temperature conditions on material safety, integrity, and performance during storage and operation of devices. WR has successfully tested for temperatures as low as -51.1C (storage) and – 40C (Operational)..
5025
MIL-STD-810G METHOD 502.5 Procedure II: Low Temperature (Operational)
This test helps evaluate effects of low temperature conditions on material safety, integrity, and performance during storage and operation of devices. WR has successfully tested for temperatures as low as -51.1C (storage) and -40C (Operational)..
5075
MIL-STD-810G METHOD 507.5 Procedure II: Humidity
Warm, humid conditions can occur year-round in tropical areas, seasonally in mid-latitude areas, and in material subjected to combinations of changes in pressure, temperature, and relative humidity. Often, material enclosed in non-operating vehicles in warm, humid areas can experience high internal temperature and humidity conditions. This test helps determine the resistance of material to the effects of warm, humid atmosphere.
5095
MIL-STD-810G METHOD 509.5: Salt Fog
This test has been used to provide an indication of potential problem areas associated with the salt (marine) environment.
5146
MIL-STD-810G METHOD 514.6 Procedure I: Vibration
This test simulates the effects that long time exposure to vibration can have on devices. Vibration due to transport and movements are explored..
5165
MIL-STD-810G METHOD 516.5 Procedure I: Shock This test evaluates the physical and functional performance of material likely to be exposed to mechanically induced shocks in its lifetime. Units can be exposed to shock if/when dropped and transported.
fips
FIPS
Requirements and standards for cryptographic modules which include both hardware and software components for use by departments and agencies of the United States federal government.
RoHS
RoHS
The Restriction of the Use of Certain Hazardous Substances in Electrical and Electronic Equipment.