The graph on the left shows you a record of one of the many crash tests we have carried out for the Smart Kid Belt. This particular test, carried out on a 32 kg crash test dummy, shows the course of the resultant delay during dynamic tests. Perhaps you are wondering how to read the data, but it is quite simple. Red dotted line - indicates the highest strain threshold for passing the tests. Coloured lines from 1 to 5 - each line indicates another crash test. G-axis - indicates the strain of the manikin during the test. The S-axis determines the operating time of the product. As we see in the graph, the strains acting on the manikin fastened to the Smart Kid Belt did not exceed 40 G in practically any of these tests, while the maximum value is 55 G.
However, one test is not sufficient to believe in the safety of a new product. That's why our results of crash tests are available for general review and you can find them here: