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ISO 10109-4:2001

Optics and optical instruments - Environmental requirements - Part 4: Test requirements for telescopic systems

This part of ISO 10109 specifies requirements to be met with regard to resistance of the optical, mechanical, chemical and electrical properties or performance data of instruments to environmental influences and hence determines geographical and technical areas of application. It applies to optical instruments and instruments with optical components, including accessories, in the field of telescopic systems.

Environmental test methods as specified in ISO 9022 are assigned to the various areas of application for the purpose of ascertaining the suitability of the instruments in their respective area of application.

This part of ISO 10109 is the basis for the specification of environmental requirements and environmental tests in instrument standards. If necessary, these requirements and tests may be amended in the instrument standards.

This part of ISO 10109 does not deal with the requirements to be met by the packaging of the instrument during transport from the manufacturer to the user.


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