Transportation Data Logger with GPS Tracking: MSR175plus for shock and climate
Shock transport logger· 2 acceleration sensors ±15 g and ±200 g· temperature, humidity, air pressure and light sensors · stores 2 million total readings· GPS/GNSS receiver
The tamper-proof MSR175plus GPS data logger seamlessly records critical transport events such as shocks, jolts and their geographical position. The robust data logger not only monitors compliance with transport specifications, the recorded measurement data is also indispensable for clarifying liability and insurance issues in the event of damage.
Record important transport data for months at a time
The MSR175plus data logger's memory of 2 million measurement values is sufficient to record data for days or months; over 1,000 shock or impact events can be recorded. The two accelerometers record shocks in the measuring ranges of ±15 g and ±200 at a measuring rate of up to 6400 times per second. In addition, the robust mini data logger measures and stores temperature curves, humidity, air pressure and light. The 2400 mAh lithium-polymer battery, rechargeable via USB, ensures a long logger runtime - even with activated GPS tracking.Locate critical transport events using GPS tracking
Where and when exactly did an event take place during transport or storage that was outside the preset tolerance limit? To enable you to answer this question quickly and conclusively, the MSR175plus is equipped with a GPS/GNSS (Global Navigation Satellite System) receiver. The satellite-supported position data is stored by the data logger, allowing the location of a transported item to be quickly determined and documented in the event of a damage.
Simple operation together with extensive evaluation options
The software package for the MSR175plus includes three programmes: MSR175 Dashboard, MSR ReportGenerator and MSR ShockViewer. With the MSR Dashboard, configuring the MSR175 and reading measurement data via USB is child's play. To call up a clear report of the measurement data after transport, simply click on the MSR ReportGenerator. The basic version of the MSR ShockViewer is available for detailed evaluation of shock events.