Over deze norm
IEC 62396-1 is intended to provide guidance on atmospheric radiation effects on avionics electronics used in aircraft operating at altitudes up to 60 000 ft (18,3 km). It defines the radiation environment, the effects of that environment on electronics and provides design considerations for the accommodation of those effects within avionics systems. This International Standard is intended to help avionics equipment manufacturers and designers to standardise their approach to single event effects in avionics by providing guidance, leading to a standard methodology. Details of the radiation environment are provided together with identification of potential problems caused as a result of the atmospheric radiation received. Appropriate methods are given for quantifying single event effect (SEE) rates in electronic components. The overall system safety methodology should be expanded to accommodate the single event effects rates and to demonstrate the suitability of the electronics for the application at the component and system level. THIS REDLINE VERSION PROVIDES YOU WITH QUICK AND EASY WAY TO COMPARE ALL THE CHANGES BETWEEN THIS STANDARD AND ITS PREVIOUS EDITION. A VERTICAL BAR APPEARS IN THE MARGIN WHEREVER A CHANGE HAS BEEN MADE. ADDITIONS AND DELETIONS ARE DISPLAYED IN RED, WITH DELETIONS BEING STRUCK THROUGH.
|Nederlandse titel||Procesmanagement voor luchtvaartelektronica - Atmosferische stralingsgevolgen - Deel 1: Accommodatie van atmosferische stralingsgevolgen door enkele situaties binnen het elektronische luchtvaartmaterieel|
|Engelse titel||Process management for avionics - Atmospheric radiation effects - Part 1: Accommodation of atmospheric radiation effects via single event effects within avionics electronic equipment|