IEC 60605-3-4:1992 - Equipment reliability testing - Part 3: Preferred test conditions - Section 4: Test cycle 4: Equipment for portable and non-stationary use - Low degree of simulation
July 20, 1992 - IEC - International Electrotechnical Commission

This section is applicable to portable equipment for non-stationary use covered by IEC 60721-3-7. The degree of simulation is low. Contains preferred test conditions as given in IEC 60605-1. During exposure to the test conditions, the test items should be monitored according to...

IEC 60605-3-3:1992 - Equipment reliability testing - Part 3: Preferred test conditions - Section 3: Test Cycle 3: Equipment for stationary use in partially weatherprotected locations - Low degree of simulation
November 20, 1992 - IEC - International Electrotechnical Commission

Applies to equipment installed in partially weather-protected locations in a climate belonging to the group of 'moderate' climates covered by IEC 60721-2-1. Contains preferred test conditions as referred to in 8.4 of IEC 60605-1. The test cycle provided here is not intended to replace...

IEC 62429:2007 - Reliability growth - Stress testing for early failures in unique complex systems
November 30, 2007 - IEC - International Electrotechnical Commission

This International Standard gives guidance for reliability growth during final testing or acceptance testing of unique complex systems. It gives guidance on accelerated test conditions and criteria for stopping these tests.

Testing the Reliability and Safety of Photovoltaic Modules: Failure Rates and Temperature Effects
TUV Rheinland of North America

Photovoltaic modules are designed to meet the reliability and safety requirements of national and international test standards. Qualification testing is a short-duration (typically, 60-90 days) accelerated testing protocol, and it may be considered...

ASTM F2250-13 - Standard Practice for Evaluation of Chemical Resistance of Printed Inks and Coatings on Flexible Packaging Materials
May 1, 2013 - ASTM International

1.1 This practice describes the procedure for evaluating the ability of an ink, overprint varnish or coating to withstand chemical exposure. Typical chemicals, which may come in contact with the package, include water, alcohol, acid, etc. The specific chemical and method of choice as...

ASTM D7660-20 - Standard Guide for Conducting Internal Pressure Tests on United Nations (UN) Packagings
April 1, 2020 - ASTM International

4.1 Dangerous goods (hazardous materials) regulations require performance tests to be conducted on packaging designs before being authorized for use. The regulations do not include standardized procedures for conducting performance tests and, because of this, may...