Temperature testing checks the effects of temperature on the system, Condensation also can be a factor coming from cold temperatures. Altitude tests check the effects of altitude, including loss of cabin pressure on the device, system, or equipmet.
This aircraft type dependent test checks the effects of mechanical shock. Crash safety test insures the item does not become a projectile in a crash. The norm describes the test procedure for airborne equipment.
This test combines the RS03 / 103 and CS114 tests under one heading. Conducted susceptibility testing covers the frequency range from 10 kHz to 400 MHz and applies to interconnect cabling. The bulk current injection (BCI) method is used and severity levels vary widely, depending on component location and cable routing. Radiated susceptibility covers the frequency range from 100 MHz to 18 GHz, and is basically the same as the MIL-STD test technique. As with the conducted susceptibility test, severity levels vary widely.
This test combines the conducted and radiated E-field emission tests from MIL-STD-461 under one heading. Although LISNs are specified in the test setups, this standard requires that current be measured using a clamp-on current probe. The frequency range for conducted emissions is 150 kHz to 30 MHz for power lines and 150kHz to 100 MHz for interconnected cables. The radiated emission testing is very similar to RE02 method of 461 and covers the frequency range from 2 MHz to 6 GHz.