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Ensure Avionics Reliability with MIL-STD-704 Tests

Posted by Grady Keeton on Jun 8, 2017 3:20:50 PM

To ensure that aircraft electronics and other electrically-powered equipment will operate reliably once in the air, you must test them under extreme power conditions. In the military world, MIL-STD-704 (now up to rev. F), “Aircraft Electric Power Characteristics,” establishes the requirements and characteristics of aircraft electric power. This standard is not only used by the U.S. military and military contractors, but has also been adopted, either directly or indirectly, worldwide. For example, the Chinese standard, GJB 181, Characteristics of aircraft electrical power supplies and requirements for utilization equipment, is largely based on MIL-STD-704.

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Topics: AC Power Sources, mil-std-704

Making Sense of MIL-STD-704 Testing

Posted by Grady Keeton on Nov 13, 2015 10:58:41 AM

To ensure that aircraft electronics and other electrically-powered equipment will operate reliably, you must test them under extreme power conditions. In the military world, MIL-STD-704 (now up to rev. F), “Aircraft Electric Power Characteristics,” establishes the requirements and characteristics of aircraft electric power. It deals strictly with power quality, and does not say anything about electromagnetic interference.

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Topics: AC Power Sources, mil-std-704, MIL-STD testing

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