Environmental Data


Storm Products’ cable assemblies are tested to a range of mechanical and environmental requirements, some of which are listed below. After exposure to these conditions, the assemblies did not show visible signs of damage and the VSWR, insertion loss, and connector interface dimensions remained within allowable limits.

Please note: All cable assemblies have not been tested to the same set of requirements. Detailed test procedures and test data are available upon request.

  • Cold Bend per MIL–C–17, paragraph 4.8.19
  • Stress Crack Resistance per MIL–C–17, paragraph 4.8.17
  • Dimensional Stability per MIL–C–17, paragraph 4.8.20
  • Concentrated Load per MIL–T–81490, paragraph 4.7.18
  • Tensile Load per MIL–T–81490, paragraph 4.7.17
  • Flexure per MIL–C–87104, paragraph 4.6.3.4, 5000 cycles
  • Temperature per MIL–T–81490, paragraph 4.7.9, –54° C to +150° C
  • Impact Shock per MIL–E–5272, paragraph 4.15, procedure V
  • Vibration per MIL–T–81490, paragraph 4.7.12
    (MIL–STD–202, method 204, test condition B)
  • Flammability per MIL–C–87104, paragraph 4.6.4.8
  • Humidity per MIL–T–81490, paragraph 4.7.22
    (MIL–STD–810, method 507, procedure IV)
  • Salt Fog per MIL–T–81490, paragraph 4.7.23
    (MIL–STD–810, method 509)
  • Thermal Shock per MIL–T–81490, paragraph 4.7.11
    (MIL–STD–202, method 107, 25 cycles)*
  • Water Immersion–Leakage per MIL–C–87104, paragraph 4.6.4.13.2, procedure II
  • Chemical Resistance per MIL–C–87104, paragraph 4.6.4.12
    • JP–4
    • Hydraulic fluid
  • Vacuum per ASTM E–595, less than 1% TML and 0.10% CVCM
  • *Excludes Storm Flex 141. Contact Teledyne Storm engineering for SF 141 test data.

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