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The MIL-STD-810 series of standards are issued by the United States Army's Developmental Test Command, to specify various environmental tests to simulate conditions that the tested item will encounter in the field. The current revision, as of 2006, is revision F, issued January 1, 2000, superseding revision E from 1989. The methods listed below, along with others, simulate specific environmental conditions, and are referred to by the specification for the device. There is no certification, qualification or approval from the military although in the course of complying with a contract to supply materiel that the vendor has tested using MIL-STD-810 procedures, the procuring activity may accept such results as compliant with the contract specification.

MaxVision specializes in delivering the highest computing platforms while compliant with many of the specifications in the following MIL-STD-810F categories:

MIL-STD 810F Method 501.3 High Temperature (Both storage and operating)

MIL-STD 810F Method 510.3 Sand and Dust (how well does the device work when exposed to sand and dust)

MIL-STD 810F Method 516.4 Shock (either Shock Response Spectrums, or Triangle/sine/square wave shocks) - also transport shock

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