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MIL-STD-202 establishes uniform methods for testing electronic and electrical component parts, including basic environmental tests to determine resistance to deleterious effects of natural elements and conditions surrounding military operations, and physical and electrical tests.

Advanced Component Testing has been audited for Lab Suitability by the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) for testing of MIL-SPEC product being procured by the U.S. Government.* ACT is one of few qualified and approved labs for processing and testing of components, leading the industry with testing certifications and credentials to test to MIL-STD-202 as well as MIL-STD-750 and MIL-STD-883 methods.

MIL-STD-202 Test Methods for Electronic/Electrical Components – Performed by ACT

107        Thermal shock test

108        Life at elevated temperature

112        Seal tests

201        Vibration

203        Random drop

204        Vibration, high frequency

207        High-impact shock

208*      Solderability

209*      Radiographic inspection

210        Resistance to soldering heat

211        Terminal strength

212        Acceleration

213        Shock (specified pulse)

214        Random vibration

215*      Resistance to solvents

217        Particle impact noise detection (PIND)

301        Dielectric withstanding voltage

302        Insulation resistance

303*      DC resistance

304        Resistance temperature characteristic

305        Capacitance

306        Quality factor (Q)

311        Life, low level switching

312        Intermediate current switching


*The Defense Logistics Agency has issued ACT a Land and Maritime-VQ letter of suitability for testing to these methods.

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