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Specifications Documents
MIL-STD-2000A  (PDF)
(Full Specifications Document) – Refers to Navy Weapons Specifications. The goal of MIL Standards is to establish procedures and requirements in attaining the highest possible quality and reliability levels, for uninterrupted operation in the harshest of end use environments.
(Joint Industry Standard, Rev. E, Full Specifications Document), Requirements for Soldered Electrical and Electronic Assemblies. The J-STD-001 is a commercial or industrial “guide-line”, applicable to assemblies separated into “product classes” that are based on their end use environment and, to a lesser degree, the assembly costs.
MIL-S-901D (PDF)
MIL-S-901D, MILITARY SPECIFICATION: SHOCK TESTS. H.I. (HIGH-IMPACT) SHIPBOARD MACHINERY, EQUIPMENT, AND SYSTEMS, REQUIREMENTS FOR (17 MAR 1989)., This specification covers shock testing requirements for ship board machinery, equipment, systems, and structures, excluding submarine pressure hull penetrations, (see 1.2.5). The purpose of these requirements is to verify the ability of shipboard installations to withstand shock loadings which may be incurred during wartime service due to the effects of nuclear or conventional weapons.
MIL-STD-167-1A (PDF)
MIL-STD-167/1A, DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE TEST METHOD STANDARD: MECHANICAL VIBRATIONS OF SHIPBOARD EQUIPMENT (TYPE I-ENVIRONMENTAL AND TYPE II-INTERNALLY EXCITED) (02 NOV 2005)., This standard specifies procedures and establishes requirements for environmental and internally excited vibration testing of Naval shipboard equipment installed on ships with conventionally shafted propulsion (see 6.1.e and 6.1.f).
MIL-STD-461, MILITARY STANDARD: ELECTROMAGNETIC INTERFERENCE CHARACTERISTICS REQUIREMENTS FOR EQUIPMENT (31 JUL 1967)., This standard covers the requirements and test limits for the measurement and determination of the electromagnetic interference characteristics (emission and susceptibility) of electronic, electrical, and electromechanical equipment.