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Autonomous Vehicle Testing

Keystone Compliance has developed an expertise in the testing of autonomous vehicles and their subsystems. Whether it be testing entire vehicles or individual systems and components, Keystone Compliance has the necessary equipment and knowledge to compete a thorough testing program.

Listed below are some of the tests that we have completed and specific standards that we have tested to. Please contact us for more information on how we can assist you with meeting you EMC or environmental compliance testing needs.

Environmental Testing

  • Vibration & Shock Testing:
    • IEC 60068-2-6:2007 – Sinusoidal Vibration – Resonance Search
    • Vibration Fixturing/Adaptation
    • Shock Testing
  • Temperature Testing:
    • Temperature Testing (with up to 2,000W Solar Load)
    • ISO 16750-4 Constant Temperature – Low Temperature
    • ISO 16750-4 Constant Temperature – High Temperature
    • ISO 16750-4 Temperature Step
    • Humidity Testing
  • Accelerated Life Testing (Combined Vibration & Temperature Testing)
  • Other Environmental Testing:
    • MIL-STD-810G – Method 509.5 – Salt Fog Testing
    • MIL-STD-810G – Method 506.5 – Wind/Rain (Water Spray)
    • MIL-STD-810G – Method 506.5 – Wind/Rain (Modified for Foreign Objects)
    • MIL-STD-810G – Method 521.3 – Icing/Freezing Rain
    • ISO 16750-5 Chemical Tests

EMC Testing

  • Operating Under Power:
    • ISO 16750-2:2006E, 4.2.2 – Supply Voltage
    • ISO 16750-2:2006E, 4.3.2 – Overvoltage
    • ISO 16750-2:2006E, 4.4.2 – Supply Ripple Rejection, Low
    • ISO 16750-2:2006E, 4.4.2 – Supply Ripple Rejection, High
    • ISO 16750-2:2006E, 4.5.2 – Slow Supply Variation
    • ISO 16750-2:2006E, 4.6.1.2 – Momentary Drop in Supply Voltage
    • ISO 16750-2:2006E, 4.6.2.2 – Reset Behavior at Voltage Drop
    • ISO 16750-2:2006E, 4.7.2.3 – Reversed Voltage
  • Wiring Faults:
    • ISO 16750-2:2006E, 4.8.2 – Ground Offset
    • ISO 16750-2:2006E, 4.9.1.2 – Single Line Interruption
    • ISO 16750-2:2006E, 4.9.2.2 – Multiple Line Interruption
    • ISO 16750-2:2006E, 4.10.2.1 – Signal Circuit Short Circuit
    • ISO 16750-2:2006E, 4.10.3.1 – Load Circuit Short Circuit