MTBF Calculator 1.0
A handy tool that calculates the mean time between failures (MTBF) for different products which are organized in categories (electronic, mechanic, organic, chemical, solid, and liquid components)
This way, you can measure the reliability of IT products, telecommunication equipments, or other systems. In order to access the program’s features, you need to create an online account.
MTBF Calculator boasts a straightforward interface that offers users quick access to different categories for which they can calculate the MTBF.
The electronic section gives users the possibility to measure the MTBF value for microcircuits, tubes, lasers, resistors, capacitors, inductive devices, switches, connectors, as well as lamps, fuses, battery, display, control, and board units, quartz crystals, and CPU.
Furthermore, the mechanic panel reveals data about gear and splines, pumps, filters, brakes and clutches, compressors, electric motors, and accumulators, while the organic function shows information about carbon compounds, ionic reactions, alcohols and ethers, and radical reactions.
When it comes to the chemical field, you can study the MTBF value for alkali and transition metals, halogens, noble gases, and rare elements, while the solid and liquid functions help you gather information about elastic, hard, soft, shiny, opaque, fluid, frozen, and heterogeneous components.
MTBF Calculator comes packed with several dedicated parameters for each category that need to be configured in order to obtain the desired value.
Additionally, you can print the generated information and create bookmarks.
All things considered, MTBF Calculator offers a reliable software solution and an intuitive working environment when it comes to measuring the reliability of various components. It is suitable for both beginners and professionals.
Reviewed by Ana Marculescu, last updated on September 14th, 2013
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Application descriptionMTBF Calculator calculates mean time between failures (MTBF) of a product.Mean time between failures (MTBF) is the mea...