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MIL-M-53078(ME)
3.5.9 Weight. The weight of the mounting kit shall not exceed 413 pounds, including all
mounting hardware and kit detail components.
3.5.10 Human factors engineering. The mounting kit shall conform to human factors
engineering design criteria as described in MIL-STD-1472. Special design emphasis shall be
given, but not limited to, paragraphs 4 (General Requirements), 5.5 (Labeling), 5.6
(Anthropometry), 5.9 (Design for Maintainability) and 5.13 (Hazards and Safety) of
MIL-STD-1472, as applicable.
3.6 Environmental requirements.
3.6.1 Temperature.
3.6.1.1 Operating temperature. The mounting kit shall meet the requirements of 3.4 during
and after exposure to temperatures in the range of -25 to +140 F.
3.6.1.2 Storage temperature. The mounting kit shall meet the requirements of 3.4 after
exposure to temperatures in the range of -60 to +160 F.
3.6.2 Vibration. The mounting kit shall meet the requirements of 3.4 during and after
exposure to sinusoidal vibration in accordance with table I, in each of the three mutually
perpendicular axes. The vibration shall consist of a logarithmic sweep rate of 15 minutes per
sweep cycle form 5 to 500 to 5 hertz (Hz).
TABLE I. Vibration levels.
Axis
Frequency (Hz)
Amplitude
Vertical
5 to 25
1.0 g
25 to 57
0.03 inch D.A.
57 to 500
5.0 g
Latitudinal
5 to 25
1.0 g
and
25 to 44
0.03 inch D.A.
Longitudinal
44 to 500
3.0 g
3.6.3 Basic shock. The CLAMS mounting kit shall meet the requirements of 3.4 during and
after exposure to shock impulses of 30 3 g, 11 1.1 milliseconds (ms) half sine wave applied in
each direction of the three mutually perpendicular axes.
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