Experior Laboratories is the leading fiber optic and electrical component testing and qualification laboratory with proven global success. Combining extensive industry knowledge, standards development experience and world-class competence, Experior Labs offers a full range of reliable and cost-effective fiber optic and electrical qualification, design verification and reliability testing services.
Experior Labs tests a broad range of fiber optic and electrical components that include fiber, wire, cable, connector and harness assemblies, as well as switches and a range of other passive optical components, including closures and terminals. Experior Labs’ environmental test laboratory features a range of optical and electrical measurement systems with a capacity of hundreds of optical switch channels for testing both, multimode and singlemode components.
Experior Labs is ISO 17025 accredited, approved to MIL-STD-790 by the Defense Logistics Agency Land and Maritime in Columbus Ohio (DLA), as well as a member of the Verizon Fiber Optic Component (FOC) Independent Test Laboratory (ITL) Program and UL approved under DAP Program
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of Shipboard Equipment
This standard specifies procedures and establishes requirements for environmental and internally excited vibration testing of Naval shipboard equipment installed on ships with conventionally shafted propulsion.
Electronic and Electrical
Experior Laboratories is approved by the military (DLA Land and Maritime) to conduct testing to MIL-STD-202. The test methods are guidelines set forth by the Department of Defense for electronic and electrical component testing of military products. Experior’s electronics laboratory has the capability to perform many tests.
Experior Laboratories is approved by the military (DLA Land and Maritime) to conduct testing to MIL-STD-810. The test methods are guidelines set forth by the Department of Defense for general environmental testing of military products. Experior’s equipment, staff, and procedures have continuously and successfully met the stringent requirements of military certification. Experior has the capability to perform many MIL-STD-810 tests.
Electrical Connector Testing
Experior Laboratories is approved by the military (DLA Land and Maritime) to conduct testing to MIL-STD-1344. The test methods are guidelines set forth by the Department of Defense for general electrical connector testing of military components.
Interface Standard Environmental Conditions For Ground Combat Systems
This standard establishes environmental interfaces, nuclear survivability, and Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear (CBRN) requirements for tracked ground combat systems, to include the Abrams Family of Vehicles (FoV), Bradley FoV, Self-Propelled Howitzer Systems (SPHS) FoV and Armored Multi-Purpose Vehicle (AMPV) FoV, and their integrated subsystems and equipment.
Fiber Optic Test Methods and Instrumentation
Experior Laboratories is approved by the military (DLA Land and Maritime) to conduct testing to DOD/MIL-STD-1678. The test methods are guidelines set forth by the Department of Defense for general environmental testing of fiber optic products.
Electrical Connector/Socket Test Procedures Including Environmental Classifications
Experior Laboratories is approved by the military (DLA Land and Maritime) to conduct testing to EIA-364 series. These documents are procedures set forth by the Electronic Industries Alliance (EIA) for general and environmental testing of electrical connector testing.
Standard Test Procedure for FiberOptic Fibers, Cables, Transducers, Sensors, Connecting and Terminating Devices, and other Fiber Optic Components
Experior Laboratories is approved by the military (DLA Land and Maritime) to conduct testing to EIA-TIA-455 series. These documents are procedures set forth by the Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA) and the Electronic Industries Alliance (EIA) for general testing of fiber optic components.
ARINC Commercial Aerospace Standards
ARINC organizes aviation industry committees and participates in related industry activities that benefit aviation at large by providing technical leadership and guidance.
These activities directly support aviation industry goals: promote safety, efficiency, regularity, and cost-effectiveness in aircraft operations.
ARINC Standards describe avionics, cabin systems, protocols, and interfaces used by more than 10,000 air transport and business aircraft worldwide. There are three classes of ARINC Standards: ARINC Characteristics: Define the form, fit, function, and interfaces of avionics, cabin systems, and aircraft networks.
ARINC 600 is intended to take advantage of technical and procedural advancements in providing mechanical, electrical, and environmental interface information for air transport avionics “black box” design and installation.
ARINC Specification 801 is intended to provide standardization of a fiber optic interconnect assembly, which is composed of a connector, fiber optic cable, and fiber optic termini for the air transport industry.
ARINC Specification 802 is intended to provide standardization of fiber optic cable for the air transport industry.