Ruggedness is one of the most important factors to consider when choosing mobile solutions, which is why Panasonic and Getac ensures that its fully-rugged units operate even when dropped onto concrete, or used in harsh environmental conditions such as heat and cold, dust and rain. The rigorous testing that these units go through ensures that our clients are provided with products that meets the highest standards of ruggedness and reliability. The MIL-STD 810F is the most widely used international standard, set by the US military.

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MIL-STD 810F covers a broad range of tests used to measure the reliability of equipment: 

Hot Temperature: MIL-STD 810F Method 501.4 >
This test procedure determines the computers performance during exposure to high temperature conditions. The operational test differs from the storage test in that the computer is conditioned to temperatures determined to be applicable to, or resulting from, exposure in its operational configuration.

Cold Temperature: MIL-STD 810F Method 502.4 >
This test determines the performance of the computer during exposure to low temperature conditions. The operational test differs from the storage test in that the computer is conditioned to temperatures determined to be applicable to, or resulting from, exposure in its operational configuration.

Temperature Shock: MIL-STD 810F Method 503.4 >
Temperature shock tests are conducted to determine if an item can withstand sudden changes in the temperature of the surrounding atmosphere without experiencing physical damage or deterioration in performance.

The two objectives of the temperature shock test are set to determine whether the test item can satisfy its performance requirements and be safely operated after being exposed to sudden changes in temperature of the surrounding atmosphere.

Rain: MIL-STD 810F Method 506.4 >
Rain Resistance tests are performed to determine the resistance to rain and wind-driven rain.

Drop: MIL-STD 810F Method 516.5 >
Free fall drop tests (shock) are performed to ensure that equipment can withstand the relatively infrequent, non-repetitive shocks or transient vibrations encountered in handling, transportation and service environments.

The standard indicates 26 drops from 1.2 m (4 ft) on 2 plywood using up to 5 units. The specification indicates no temperature.

 

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