MadgeTech TSR101 Shock Data Logger
Tri-Axial transient shock recorder for approximately 349,000 measurements per axis
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- Records 3-axis shock
- Built-in accelerometers
- Anodized aluminum material
- Measures dynamic and static acceleration
- Programmable start time
- Reusable & compact
- Optional password protection
- High speed download (115,200 baud)
- CE approval
The MadgeTech TSR101 shock data logger is a battery powered, stand alone 3-axis shock recorder. The TSR101 measures and records instantaneous shock levels when the user selectable shock levels have been exceeded. There are 15 rates to chose from ranging from 1024Hz to 1 Hz. The TSR101 is valuable in characterizing environments such as packaging and fragility assessment (drop testing), break & crash testing, and shipping validation. This is an all-in-one compact, portable, easy to use device that will measure and record approximately 349,000 measurements per axis. The storage medium is non-volatile solid state memory, providing maximum data security even if the battery becomes discharged. The device can be started and stopped directly from your computer and its small size allows it to fit almost anywhere. The TSR101 makes data retrieval quick and easy. Simply plug it into an empty USB port and our user-friendly software does the rest.
Applications for the MadgeTech TSR101:
- Fragility testing
- Laboratory drop testing
- Brake testing
- Assembly line monitoring
- Aircraft turbulence measurement
- Machinery monitoring
- Railcar coupling impacts
- Shipment monitoring
These additional components are required for the operation of your product. We strongly advise you to purchase these components unless you already own them or own a suitable alternative.
Carrying cases, spare cases
Here's how some of our customers used this product.
Core Sample Integrity
The Background: Our customer is a petrochemical company that routinely drills and transports frozen core samples as part of their oil exploration program. They seek a means to measure the amount of shock the samples are subjected to during handing and transport in order to verify the integrity of the samples.
The Problem: The core samples are subjected to geologic testing in the laboratory to determine if they indicate the presence of oil or natural gas. Some of this testing involves the inspection of fractures within the sample which can provide important clues. If those fractures are caused by rough handling rather than geologic processes, incorrect conclusions can be drawn.
The Solution: We recommended the MadgeTech TSR101 shock data logger, a battery powered, stand-alone 3-axis shock recorder. The TSR101 measures and records instantaneous shock levels when the user selectable shock levels have been exceeded. This provides important information as to how core samples were handled making it easier to determine the cause of fractures within them.