Recommended Environmental Practices for Electronic Equipment Design in Heavy-Duty Vehicle Applications
The climatic, dynamic, and electrical environments from natural and vehicle-induced sources that influence the performance and reliability of vehicle and tractor/trailer electronic components, are included in this sAE Recommended Practice. Test methods that can be used to simulate these environmental conditions are also included. This information is applicable to diesel power trucks in Classes 6, 7, and 8.
This guideline is intended to aid the designer of automotive electronic systems and components by providing material that may be used to develop environmental design goals.
Rationale: The last review of this document was August, 1994. The task force was reformed and the entire document was reviewed
for current practices. Minor changes were made for previous typos. The new areas identified that need to be addressed
with further research are new corrosion tests due to the new chemicals that are being used on the roadways and a
second test alternative to be added for a higher pressure spray. When the work is completed it will be incorporated into
the document via the proper procedures.
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