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Stress Test Results (blaze)#

To ensure stability when used in normal environments, Basler cameras are tested under exaggerated levels of stress.

Cameras were submitted to an independent mechanical testing laboratory and subjected to the stress tests listed below. The mechanical stress tests were performed on selected camera models. After mechanical testing, the cameras exhibited no detectable physical damage and produced normal images during standard operational testing.

Test Standard Conditions
Sine (each axis) DIN EN 60068-2-6 10–58 Hz / 1.5 mm; 58–500 Hz / 20 g; 1 Octave/Minute
10 repetitions
Shock (each axis) DIN EN 60068-2-27 20 g / 11 ms / 100 shocks positive
20 g / 11 ms / 100 shocks negative
Random (each axis) DIN EN 60068-2-64 15-500 Hz / 0.05 PSD (ESS standard profile) / 00:30 h

The mechanical stress tests were performed with dummy cables connected to the camera's connectors. Subjecting the camera to forces beyond these conditions can damage vital parts of the camera, e.g., the diffusors. This can render the camera unsafe for use.