EZ-Test Plan MIL STD 1275E for Ground Mobile Applications
This EZ-Test Plan Test Plan Template is developed for use by manufacturers, contractors, engineering service companies and test labs. This document employs the Electromagnetic Test Plan (EMITP) format specified in DOD MIL-STD-461 per DI-EMCS-801201. This EZ-Test Plan template (ground mobile MIL STD 1275E) is written to requirements applicable to Ground Mobile Systems that use 28 Volt DC Power. Typically, this is to be used in, on or with a vehicle that is mobile with either a human operator or autonomously.
Test Plans are a requirement for all DOD EMI/EMC and Electrical Compatibility test methodologies. They serve to inform the laboratory of specific information about the Equipment Under Test (EUT) pertaining to operational modes, frequencies, monitoring, and simulation equipment used, and defined susceptibility evaluation parameters. This ensures that a proper evaluation will be performed.
Test Plans provide instruction to the test facility for documentation of all test setup and instrumentation parameters so that testing can be replicated at a later date. They also provide the test facility instruction for content of Test Reports as specified in MIL-STD-461 per DI-EMCS-801200. These test reports provide the required data for post-test analysis and substantiate due diligence for required testing to your customer.
It is essential for product developers of defense materiel to conduct thorough testing at the developmental stage to avoid failures during operational testing that can lead to costly program delays. An important part in the development of a viable developmental evaluation program is to have well-constructed test plans to ensure that evaluation be conducted that meets requirements for all operational modes of the specific Equipment Under Test (EUT).
EMI/EMC and Electrical Compatibility testing is one of the most challenging hurdles for any product developer especially when that testing is conducted per Department of Defense standards. Proper test program documentation can provide clarity in the development of evaluative strategies before going to the test facility.
This EZ-Test Plan Template Set (ground mobile MIL STD 1275E) includes:
- Test Plan Template (protected PDF). This document provides essential information detailing Equipment Under Test (EUT) set up, execution of test procedure, pass/fail criteria, and tolerances. These test plans are written per the requirements of DI-EMCS-80201.
- Test Plan Addendum (Word document). This document is to be completed by the customer to include Equipment Under Test (EUT) specific information as required by DI-EMCS-80201. This information includes Modes of Operation, Performance Checks, and Monitoring Equipment description.
- Test Lab Form (PDF Form). This form communicates to lab the procedure to be performed, test level parameters, and test report requirements specified by DI-EMCS-80201.
- Test Label (Word document). The label provides identification of photographs to be taken during the test process.
- Tests to be Performed (PDF Form). This form communicates all other methods of test to be performed by the test facility per requirements of MIL-STD-461.
- Susceptibility Worksheet Form (PDF Form). This worksheet assists the test witness in documenting susceptibility occurrences.
This EZ-Test Plan Template (ground mobile MIL STD 1275E) is available or a One-Year License which is renewable for 50% of the standard one license purchase price.
Experience in Testing
Ground Mobile EZ-Test Plans have been developed based on CVG Strategy’s experience in EMI/EMC and Electrical Compatibility developmental test and evaluation for military vehicle components. Vehicle platforms we have been involved with include:
- M1 Abrams
- Bradley Fighting Vehicle
This military vehicle component testing experience has provided an in depth understanding of MIL-STD-461 and MIL-STD-1275 test requirements and methodologies. These insights are reflected in our EZ-Test Plan documents. Put our experience to work for you by incorporating a precise and clear documentation of EMI/EMC and Electrical Compatibility test and evaluation.