–65°F to +200°F
1×10-5 cc/sec. Air at 1.1 + 1Atmosphere
Conditioned at -80°F for two hours, –65°F for 70 hours then fired successfully.
Conditioned at +200°F for 50 hours, functioned successfully
MIL-C-83124 paragraph 184.108.40.206: Temperature –80°F & stabilized, then placed in 100°F/90% relative humidity until ice disappears, then –80°F & stabilized then fired at –80°F
Placed in vacuum chamber at 1.32 inches Hg and temperature of –65°F. Conditioned for one hour and functioned with no performance degradation.
MIL-C-82124: Submerged in water tank then tank pressurized to 17.75 psig to simulate 40 feet, then fired.
MIL-STD-810, Method 516, Procedure 1: Peak Amplitude of 30 G for 11 milliseconds; Shock pulse wave form: Terminal peak saw tooth for a total of 18 impacts.
100 cycles between –70°F and +200°F with 55 minute duration at each extreme then units functioned with no adverse effect.
Temperature, Shock, Humidity & Altitude (TSH&A): MIL-C-83124, Paragraph 220.127.116.11 at 70K Feet Altitude
MIL-C-83124, Paragraph 18.104.22.168, Devices lock shut then fired at –65°F and +200°F
MIL-STD-810, Method 514, Procedure I, parts 1-3, Procedure I, & curve z at –65°F, +70°f, and 200°F
MIL-STD-810, Method 509: 5%+1% Sodium Chloride by Weight for 48 Hours plus 48 Hours drying time. Fired at 70°F.
MIL-STD-810 Method 510, Except High Temperature 200°F.
6 Foot Drop
Dropped Firing Mechanism Up, Firing Mechanism Down and Side, then fired
IAW MIL-STD-331A, Test 103.1 Procedure 1 Dropped Firing Mechanism Up, Firing Mechanism Down and Side. Units did not fire and were safe to dispose of.
Per MIL-STD-810 Method 507 Procedure I except relative humidity was 100% and temperature +200°F with no adverse effect.
Platform Use & Heritage
AH-1, C-17, CASA-101, T-38A/N, PC-9, CASA-101, S-3 Viking, NASA T-38A/N, C-17, T-6, Mirage F-1, Alpha Jet, Scorpion, Honda Jet, AW609