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4.4.3 Test conditions.  Unless otherwise specified, the programmer shall
be subjected to the preproduction and periodic production tests and the quality
conformance inspection tests under the following conditions:
a . Temperature
Room ambient (65 to 95 degrees F)
b. Altitude
Normal ground atmospheric pressure
c. Humidity (Relative)
Room ambient up to 95 percent
4.5 Preproduction and periodic production inspections.  The preproduction
and periodic production samples shall be subjected to the tests specified in 4.5.1
after satisfactorily passing the quality conformance inspection detailed in 4.6.
4.5.1 T e s t procedure.
Subject the programmer to the test sequence listed
in Table III. Unless otherwise
specified in the individual test paragraph, the
quality conformance inspection
as specified in Table III shall be performed sub-
sequent to environmental tests
under test conditions specified in 4.4.3. Failure
of the programmer to pass any
one of these tests shall constitute a defective unit. Temperature, storage condition.  The programmer shall be sub-
jected to a temperature of minus 65 plus 5 minus 0 degrees F for not less than
48 hours. The temperature shall be raised to plus 160 plus 0 minus 5 degrees F
in not less than 2 hours and maintained at this temperature for not less than 48
hours.  The unit shall then be subjected to room temperature for not less than 4
hours prior to performing subsequent tests. Humidity. The programmer shall be subjected to Humidity Test,
Procedure I as specified in MIL-E-5272. Connector 1A1J2 shall be sealed against
moisture during this test. Shock, standby condition.  Subject the programmer to shocks of
40 plus or minus 4g peak magnitude with a pulse shape approximating a one-half
sine wave, and a duration of 5 plus 3 minus 0 milliseconds. Shocks shall be
applied three times in each direction along each of three mutually perpendicular
axes shown in Figure 1. Mount the programmer in a manner similar to that
shown in Figure 2. Vibration, standby condition.  The programmer, rigidly mounted
as shown in Figure 2, shall be subjected to the vibration tests for Type I equip-
ment as specified in MIL-STD-167 up to 25 cps in each of the three axes shown
in Figure 1. Vibration, operating condition. The programmer, rigidly mounted
as shown in Figure 2, shall be subjected to vibration from 20 to 2000 cps at 0.10-
inch double amplitude or 10g, whichever is less, in each of the three axes shown
in Figure 1. The frequency range shall be traversed in not less than 2.5 minutes,
once in each axis. Perform tests a, b, and c as specified in and

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