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NPFC - MIL-PRF-32558

BLAST SENSING AND BLAST DATA RECORDING SYSTEMS FOR USE IN U.S. MILITARY GROUND VEHICLES

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Organization: NPFC
Publication Date: 6 September 2016
Status: active
Page Count: 18
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The Vehicle Blast Data Recorder (VBDR) specification defines the technical design restrictions and capabilities of the VBDR, which includes environmental considerations, electrical power and backup power criteria, event triggering and data collection capabilities, system status indicators, and bridge sensor requirements. The VBDR is a stand alone system not intended to interface with other vehicle systems. Analysis of collected data can be used to improve vehicle design, enhance occupant protection, reconstruct blast or other events, or for other purposes. This specification covers all U.S. Army military vehicle blast sensing and blast data recording systems. The intent of the requirements stated in this document are to generate standards to ensure adequate data is recorded, system functionality is maximized, and interoperability is maximized.

intended Use:

This specification should be used in conjunction with the vehicle specific TDP which entails requirements tailored to the intended vehicle specific design, protection location(s) and associated... View More

Document History

MIL-PRF-32558
September 6, 2016
BLAST SENSING AND BLAST DATA RECORDING SYSTEMS FOR USE IN U.S. MILITARY GROUND VEHICLES
The Vehicle Blast Data Recorder (VBDR) specification defines the technical design restrictions and capabilities of the VBDR, which includes environmental considerations, electrical power and backup...

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