MSR175 data logger for transportation shock recording

Friday, 28 September, 2018 | Supplied by: Interworld Electronics and Computer Industries



The MSR175 standalone data logger uses high-resolution sensors to continuously record what happens to goods during transportation. The data can then be analysed in order to ascertain the cause of damage or to improve transport packaging.

The two 3-axis acceleration sensors (±15 and ±100 g) integrated in the logger record shocks at a measurement frequency of up to 5000/s. The installed memory of the logger is capable of storing over 2 million measured values, which is sufficient for more than 1000 shocks. In addition, the device measures and records temperature profiles from -20 to +65°C. Optional factory-installed internal humidity, pressure and light sensors are also available.

The measured data can be quickly transferred to a computer via the USB port. For the analysis and graphical representation of the data and to automatically create reports, MSR ShockViewer analysis software, which is tailored to the requirements of transportation monitoring, is included.

Online: www.ieci.com.au
Phone: 03 9593 7555
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