MSR - Universal data recording at high speed
The MSR data loggers are miniaturized, universal and user-friendly high-tech data loggers for measuring and storing different physical parameters, e.g. shock, acceleration, temperature,humidity, pressure, light.
MSR data loggers are particularly optimized for the recording of acceleration events and processes, such as shock monitoring, vibration recording, motion studies, tremor analysis, oscillation monitoring, human vibration, yaw rate and many more.
Defining and monitoring these parameters is often essential and provides valuable information about events and processes in product development, manufacturing and quality assurance whilst also enabling performance enhancement and motion studies or providing hard evidence in case of liability claims.
Deploy the MSR series of data loggers as shock loggers, acceleration loggers, temperature loggers, humidity loggers, pressure loggers, light loggers or to record any variety of other parameters.
Data loggers with a similar performance are significantly larger and also heavier.
Record up to 5 different parameters simultaneously with just one data logger.
You will receive the required software for MSR data loggers free of charge when ordering - the exclusive analyser software for shock monitoring included.
Gigantic storage capacity
Internal storage for up to 2 million measurement data - extensible to over 1 billion with a microSD card!
Up to 6,400 measurements per second for exceptionally accurate and reliable recordings.
Air freight transport
Compliance with IATA (International Air Transport Association) requirements for the secure transport for air freight cargo.
Typical Applications for MSR Data Loggers:
MSR data loggers are specially developed for monitoring the transport of valuable goods - they record vibrations and events such as crashes, hard touchdowns, tipping and tilting with high precision. In addition, it is possible to record how long the goods remained stationary in customs, container port or warehouse. A light sensor can also be used to record whether and when a container was opened.
Performance enhancements in engineering and plant construction
Measurements of vibrations can be used to reducing wear on equipment, optimising the performance of bearings and dampers, reducing noise from motors or detecting imbalance.
Vibration and shock data can provide valuable information on the design and sizing of all types of packaging.
Acceleration analyses on all kinds of vehicles and safety systems help to detect vulnerable areas.
We have compiled the most important basics of acceleration measurement and clarify important questions such as:
What is an acceleration data logger?
How can we record vibrations?
What do we mean by a jolt or shock?
What methods can we use to detect damage to cargo caused by shocks?
What does «fast peak» mean?
And which MSR data logger is best suited for which measuring task?