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elecboy
Post subject: MEAN TIME BETWEEN FAILURE Posted: Fri Dec 08, 2006 2:16 am

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sOME KNOW ABOUT "MEAN TIME BETWEEN FAILURE' FOR FILTER CONNECTOR OR CAPACITOR X7R, PLEASE SHOW ME HOW TO? THANKS

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fred47
Post subject: MTBFPosted: Wed Dec 13, 2006 12:47 am

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Hi!

"MTBF" doesn't mean the same thing to everyone. The military has a formula, and some - maybe most - component manufacturers have their own formulas and data. Your first choice is to get failure data from the manufacturer, along with how they figure it. (You just can't wait for 100,000 hours for a life test - that's 12.5 years!)

Your second choice is the use of handbook formulas. That is definitely a far second.

Good Luck!
Fred



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