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NATO - AECTP-500

ELECTRICAL/ELECTROMAGNETIC ENVIRONMENTAL TESTS

inactive
Organization: NATO
Publication Date: 1 April 2005
Status: inactive
Page Count: 231
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AECTP 500 is one of five documents included in STANAG 4370. Its most common application is for insuring the resistance of materiel to electric and electromagnetic effects.

Document History

December 8, 2016
ELECTROMAGNETIC ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS TESTS AND VERIFICATION
AIM AECTP 500 is one of six documents covered under STANAG 4370 Environmental Testing [Ref 1]. The documents in AECTP 500 contain Electromagnetic Environmental Effects (E3) test requirements and...
January 13, 2011
ELECTROMAGNETIC ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS TEST AND VERIFICATIPN
Purpose This document is intended to cover general and specific requirements relating to equipment and subsystems, guidance and requirements for development of a test program for all material...
February 11, 2009
ELECTROMAGNETIC ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS TEST AND VERIFICATIPN
Purpose This document is intended to cover general and specific requirements relating to equipment and subsystems, guidance and requirements for development of a test program for all material...
January 1, 2006
ELECTRICAL/ELECTROMAGNETIC ENVIRONMENTAL TESTS
Purpose This document is intended to cover general and specific requirements relating to equipment and subsystems, guidance and requirements for development of a test program for all material...
AECTP-500
April 1, 2005
ELECTRICAL/ELECTROMAGNETIC ENVIRONMENTAL TESTS
AECTP 500 is one of five documents included in STANAG 4370. Its most common application is for insuring the resistance of materiel to electric and electromagnetic effects.

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