In the first part of the video we’ll show you how we cooled the trail camera to -60° C (it was impossible to cool it to lower temperatures because the cooling equipment didn’t allow that). We kept KUBIK in the cooling chamber for more than a day.
Part 2. Heating to 65 degrees
In the second part of the video we’ll show you how we heated the trail camera to 65° C with at a humidity of 99%. We kept KUBIK in this heat for more than a day.
Part 3. Sprinkling the trail camera
In the last, third part of this video we’ll sprinkle the trail camera with real (kidding, with artificial) rain!