CAMI 6 Month Old
- SA100I001-FT - 6 Month Old (17.4 Lb)
FMVSS 213 Standard, specified in 49CFR, Part 572, Subpart D
This dummy is based upon a leather skeleton, which has approximately the external shape of the dummy when viewed frontally. Cast lead or aluminum blocks are attached to the head, upper and lower arms, upper and lower parts of the torso and upper and lower legs to approximate the mass distribution of the corresponding infant. The aluminum blocks are used on arms and legs to prevent reverse motion at elbows and knees. These weights are riveted to the skeleton. The flesh of the dummy consists of polyurethane foam padding, cut to patterns provided in the data package and applied pursuant to detailed instructions on the drawings and report.
The dummy is covered in marine canvas, made according to patterns contained in the data package.
The covering consists of a lower body cover, an upper body cover, a torso cover and a head cover. These are sewn to each other and are closed fully about the dummy by means of lacing cord. After assembly, the external dimensions shown on the drawings are verified and corrected.
This is nominally a 50th percentile, six month old infant, with a weight of 17 pounds. The sitting height of the dummy is approximately 17.5 inches.
The CAMI Dummy is based entirely upon the data package released by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. This package Memorandum includes (1) Report AAC-1 19-74-14, Revision 11, prepared by Richard F. Chandler. Protection and Survival Laboratory, Civil Aeromedical Institute, Aeronautical Center, Federal Aviation Administration, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, (b) A full set of CAMI drawings of this device. The dummy conforms strictly to this data package.
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