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PSoC™ 4 Forum Discussions

Anonymous
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I've dug through the datasheets quite a bit and I apologize if this has been published somewhere, but I haven't seen it.

   

What sort of shock rating (i.e. # of g's) can the ez-ble modules handle and:

   

1) simply survive without damage?

   

2) and continue to operate without issue?

   

Thanks for any insight.

   

 

   

-Keith

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Anonymous
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They might not have data on this, and thus you might have to test this on your own 😞

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Anonymous
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They might not have data on this, and thus you might have to test this on your own 😞

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Anonymous
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Hi,

   

Unfortunately, we have not yet characterized this. As @e.pratt_1639216 said, you might have to characterize this on your own.

   

Regards,

   

-Madhu Sudhan

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Anonymous
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Hi Keith,

   

For few of our BLE modules, we have performed few reliability tests. The modules have been tested for mechanical shock under the 'MIL-STD 202 Method 213' test condition. For vibration, the test condition was 'MIL-STD 202 Method 204 '. The modules have passed both of these tests.