Reliability Workbench SN 29500 module implements all sections (1 through 16) of the Siemens SN 29500 standard.
The current sections are as follows (including the date of issue):
- SN 29500-1 Expected values, general. (November 2016)
- SN 29500-2 Expected values for integrated circuits. (September 2010)
- SN 29500-3 Expected values for discrete semiconductors. (June 2009)
- SN 29500-4 Expected values for passive components (March 2004)
- SN 29500-5 Expected values for electrical connections, connectors and sockets (June 2004)
- SN 29500-7 Expected values for relays (November 2005)
- SN 29500-9 Expected values for switches and buttons (November 2005)
- SN 29500-10 Expected values for signal and pilot lamps (December 2005)
- SN 29500-11 Expected values for contactors (April 2015)
- SN 29500-12 Expected values for optical components (February 2008)
- SN 29500-15 Expected values for electromechanical protection devices in low voltage networks (November 2016)
- SN 29500-16 Expected values for electromechanical pushbuttons, signalling devices and position switches in low voltage networks (August 2010)
How do I build a SN 29500 model?
To build a SN 29500 model you define your systems, sub-systems and components in the Prediction tree. Following this you add accurate data to each component in your system or sub-system. RWB Prediction will then calculate your failure rates automatically.