RTCA/DO-160 Environmental Conditions and Test Procedures for Airborne Equipment Compliance Testing defines standard environmental test conditions and applicable electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) test procedures for airborne equipment. The RTCA DO-160 Standard provides a manufacturer and testing laboratory with a means of demonstrating the performance characteristics of aircraft under environmental and electrical conditions that may be encountered in the operation of aircraft equipment.

RTCA DO-160 testing has been revised to address improved testing technologies that have resulted from a better understanding of equipment operation under actual environmental conditions. The test standard can be divided into administrative, electromagnetic and mechanical.

The Administrative Parts of the RTCA DO-160 standard include three general sections. These sections provide the basis for all EMC and mechanical testing sections.
DO-160 Part 1: Purpose and Applicability
DO-160 Part 2: Definition of Terms
DO-160 Part 3: Test Conditions

RTCA D0-160 Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Sections include ten different test areas.
RTCA DO-160 Part 15.0 Magnetic Effect
RTCA DO-160 Part 16.0 Power Input
RTCA DO-160 Part 17.0 Voltage Start
RTCA DO-160 Part 18.0 Audio Frequency Conductive Sensitivity – Power Inputs
RTCA DO-160 Part 19.0 Evoked Signal Sensitivity
RTCA DO-160 Part 20.0 Radio Frequency Sensitivity (Radiated and Conducted)
RTCA DO-160 Part 21.0 Emission of Radio Frequency Energy
RTCA DO-160 Section 22.0 Lightning Transient Susceptibility
RTCA DO-160 Section 23.0 Direct Effects of Lightning
RTCA DO-160 Section 25.0 Electrostatic Discharge

EMI/EMC Test Chambers Features



  Test Room 1 Test Room 2 Measurement unit
Width 6850 13000 mm
Size 5900 10000 mm
Height 3800 9000 mm
Door Dimension 1000x2000 4200x4750 mm
Turntable Diameter - 6 m
Turntable Load Carrying Capacity - 70 ton
Reflection Semi Anti-Reflective Semi Anti-Reflective  



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