Hybrid III 95th Male
Hybrid III 95th Male
Hybrid III 95th Male
Hybrid III 95th Male
Hybrid III 95th Male

Hybrid III 95th Male

Standard ATD 880995-0000-H

Humanetics Hybrid III 95th Large Male ATD is representative of the largest segment of the adult population based on USA anthropometry studies. Its biomechanical impact responses are derived from scaling functions applied to the Hybrid III 50th Dummy. Our Hybrid III 95th dummy is utilized worldwide for the evaluation of automotive and military safety restraints – particularly for seat belt integrity testing.

The H-III 95M was originally developed in 1988 by First Technology Safety Systems (then Humanetics) and the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) Biomechanics Subcommittees, CDC and Ohio State.

    Key Features
    • Dimensionally scaled up from the Hybrid III 50th with similar kinematics
    • Featuring improved biofidelity in the head, neck, thorax, pelvis, and knees
    • Anatomically improved head
    • Neck has different flexion and extension response which is tested
    • Thorax has improved biofidelic response to impact
    • Lower torso uses the driver’s slouch position with a curved lumbar spine, using two spine cables for better representation of dummy posture
    • Tibia displacement measurement allowed for ACL damage estimation
    • Ankle bumpers minimize mechanical noise
    OVERALL DIMENSIONS 782.1 x 475.0 x 1389.4 mm 30.8 x 18.7 x 54.7 in
    TOTAL WEIGHT 101.2 kg 223.1 lb
    FOOTPRINT/WORK AREA 782.1 x 475.0 mm 30.8 x 18.7 in
    SEATED HEIGHT 919.5 mm 36.2 in
    • The Hybrid III 95th Male dummy is used for testing restraint systems in vehicle crash scenarios and may also be used for wheelchair testing and other modalities
    • It offers consistent results and many measurement capabilities
    Definitions 49CFR Part 571.3 33 FR 19703, Dec. 25, 1968. Redesignated at 35 FR 5118, Mar. 26, 1970 plus additional changes.
    Head Restraints 49CFR Part 571.202a 72 FR 25514, May 4, 2007, as amended at 75 FR 67246, Nov. 2, 2010; 77 FR 761, Jan. 6, 2012
    Occupant Crash Protection 49CFR Part 571.208 TBD
    Seat Belt Assemblies 49CFR Part 571.209 44 FR 72139, Dec. 13, 1979, and possible additional changes.
    Platform Lifts 49CFR Part 571.403 67 FR 79439, Dec. 27, 2002, as amended at 69 FR 58852, Oct. 1, 2004; 69 FR 76870, Dec. 23, 2004; 77 FR 769, Jan. 6, 2012; 77 FR 20567, Apr. 5, 2012
    Head Axyz Upper Neck Fxyz, Mxyz Iliac Wing L/R Fx Upper, Fx Lower ea. side Biaxial Knee Clevis L/R Fz, Fz Thorax Dx
    Thorax Axyz Lower Neck Fxyz, Mxyz Femur L/R Fxyz, Mxyz or Fx Upper Tibia L/R Fxy, Mxy, Fxyz, Mxy Tibia Displacement L/R Dx
    Sternum @ Ribs 1,4,6 (3X) Ax. (For V*C) Thoracic Spine Fxyz, Mxy Torso Flexion Stop 4 X Fz Lower Tibia Fxyz, Mxy
    Spine Box @ Ribs 1,4,6 (3X) Ax. (For V*C) Lumbar Spine Fxyz, Mxyz
    Pelvis Axyz
    Foot L/R each Axyz