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DIN EN 16602-60-13:2014-08

DIN EN 16602-60-13:2014-08

Space product assurance - Requirements for the use of COTS components; English version FprEN 16602-60-13:2014 / Note: Date of issue 2014-07-25

Assurance produit des projets spatiaux - Exigences pour l'utilisation de composants commerciaux sur étagère; Version anglaise FprEN 16602-60-13:2014 / Attention: Date de parution 2014-07-25

Raumfahrtproduktsicherung - Anforderungen für die Nutzung von COTS-Komponenten; Englische Fassung FprEN 16602-60-13:2014 / Achtung: Erscheinungsdatum 2014-07-25

Fecha Anulación:
2015-11 /Withdrawn
Equivalencias internacionales:

FprEN 16602-60 (2014-05)

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Reemplazada por: DIN EN 16602-60-13:2015-11

This standard defines the requirements for selection, control, procurement and usage of EEE commercial components for space projects. This standard is applicable to commercial encapsulated active monolithic parts (integrated circuits and discrete): - diodes - microwave diodes - integrated circuits - microwave integrated circuits (MMIC) - transistors - microwave transistors. This standard is not applicable to the commercial parts from the following families: - capacitors - connectors - crystals - filters - fuses - heaters - inductors - microwave passive parts - oscillators - relays - resistors - switches - thermistors - transformers - cables & wires - hybrids - surface acoustic waves (SAW) - charge coupled devices (CCD) - active pixel sensors (APS)In addition, the following families of EEE components are not addressed by the present ECSS standard but it can be used as guideline and revisited on case/case basis: - photodiodes - light emitting diodes (LED) - phototransistors - opto-couplers - laser diodes. In line with ECSS-Q-ST-60, this standard differentiates between three classes of components through three different sets of standardization requirements (clauses) to be met.The three classes provide for three levels of trade-off between assurance and risk. The highest assurance and lowest risk is provided by class 1 and the lowest assurance and highest risk by class 3. Procurement costs are typically highest for class 1 and lowest for class 3. Mitigation and other engineering measures can decrease the total cost of ownership differences between the three classes. The project objectives, definition and constraints determine which class or classes of components are appropriate to be utilised within the system and subsystems.a. Class 1 components are described in Clause 4 b. Class 2 components are described in Clause 5c. Class 3 components are described in Clause 6Annex G includes a diagram that summarizes the difference between these three classes for evaluation, screening and lot acceptance.The requirements of this document are applicable to all parties involved at all levels in the integration of EEE commercial components into space segment hardware and launchers.For easy tailoring and implementation of the requirements into a Requirement Management Tool, and for direct traceability to ECSS-Q-ST-60, requirements in this standards have been written in the way of a ECSS Applicability Requirement Matrix (EARM), as defined in Annex A of ECSS-S-ST-00 "ECSS system - Description, implementation and general requirements".This standard may be tailored for the specific characteristics and constrains of a space project in conformance with ECSS-S-ST-00.
Aerospace transport, Aircraft components, Commercial, Components, Definitions, Electrical, Electrical components, Electromechanical, Electromechanical devices, Electronic, Electronic equipment and components, Exploitation, Management, Management techniques, Products, Quality assurance, Quality control, Quality management, Quality requirements, Reliability, Risk analysis, Safety, Safety of products, Space safety, Space transport, Specification (approval), Testing, Use
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