How much do you know about Safe & Arm Devices (SADs)?

Take this short quiz to explore your knowledge

Safe and Arm Devices come in many forms and formats. You may have heard of them before, but probably haven’t had a chance to see one in action. Despite being an important component in many space and defense industries, only a small community of engineers are truly familiar with the many variations of Safe and Arms Devices (SADs).

Are you a part of this small community? Take our quiz to find out:

Safe and Arm Devices come in many forms and formats. You may have heard of them before, but probably (and hopefully) haven’t had a chance to use. Despite being an important component in many space and defense industries, only a small community of engineers are truly aware of Safe and Arms Devices (SADs).

Are you a part of this small community? Take our quiz to find out:)

Question #1

True or False? Safe and Arm Devices can use a deflagrating or a detonating output to initiate a pyrotechnic event.

Question #2

What makes the High Voltage Safe and Arm Device (HV SAD) different from other Safe and Arm Devices?

Question #3

Safe and Arm Devices makes a system insensitive to:

Question #4

True or False? Pyrotechnic events transfer out of Electro-mechanical Safe and Arms in an out-of-line state.

Question #5

What safety critical event does NOT require a Safe and Arm Device?

Question #6

True or False? The Joint Ordnance Test Procedures (JOTP) lay out the requirements of the Safe and Arm, and how they must function.

Question #7

What of the following is a benefit of using a LASER Safe and Arm Device?

Question #8

Which Safe and Arm device was developed first?

Question #9

This safety block diagram is from which set of specifications?

Question #10

True or False? eSAF/ESAF is an acronym that stands for Electronic Safe & Arm Fuze.

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