The Study of Low-Light Sights Reliability Test System in High and Low Temperature Environment

Jie DUAN, Kejuan XUE, Danni LI, Xiangyang SUN


In a certain period of time Products and system complete the required function under the condition of rules, the ability is called the reliability. Reliability is an important factor to reflect the quality of products, is the focus of the weapons and equipment quality. There is no guarantee reliability, even the most advanced equipment can not also play a role. In this paper, the design of test system is mainly used for small arms LOW-LIGHT SIGHTS sight reliability test. The shimmer sight reliability tests provide light stress, electrical stress, thermal stress and other stress environment. Detection shimmer sight working conditions, on failure of the automatic screening and recording.


Low-light sights; Reliability detection system; High and low temperature environments; Thermal stress subsystem

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