IEC TR 62380 (formerly RDF 2000)
RDF 2000 is a reliability data handbook, reference UTE C 80-810, that provides failure rates for electronic equipment. Other sources of failure rate data are RAC Prism, Telcordia SR-332 and the MIL-217 reliability prediction handbook.
The RDF 2000 reliability prediction method considers the effects of phased mission profiles on operating and non-operating components. The RDF 2000 reliability prediction method accounts for the effects of both ambient temperature variation and equipment switch on and switch off temperature variations on the component failure rate. RDF 2000 also predicts infant mortality and wear-out periods.
Reliability data contained in the handbook originates mainly from field data operating in the following environments:
- Ground, stationary, weather-protected
- Ground, stationary, non-weather-protected
- Airborne, inhabited, cargo
- Ground, non-stationary, moderate
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