MONILOG®

MicroShockDetector

Small lightweight shock data logger with intelligent signal filtering and evaluation. Indicates limit value overruns with Alarm LED.

MicroShockDetector

SHOCK

INCLINATION

VIBRATION

TEMPERATURE

HUMIDITY

PRESSURE

GPS TRACKING

LIGHT INCIDENT

  1. Registers the 200 largest shock events in the X, Y, Z direction
  2. Saves up to 10 curve progressions of the largest shocks
  3. Intelligent signal filtering and evaluation
  4. Indicates limit value overruns with alarm LED
  5. Continuous temperature recording
  6. Intuitive operation, extremely long and independent operating time
  7. Communication via USB
  8. Easy configuration and evaluation with license-free PC software
  9. Configurable recording time over start-stop time
  10. Easy mounting with adhesive pad, screws or magnetic feet

Product description:

  • High-sensitivity devices, e.g. large, superconducting magnets in medical technology, need a safe and demonstrable protection during transport or during storage.
  • The compact MONILOG® MicroShockDetector provides the best services.
  • It is smaller than a smartphone and weighs only 180 grams.
  • The measuring device reliably stores all data on shocks of every dimension, assigns them to acceleration classes, provides curve progressions and reports alarms as soon as limit values are exceeded.
  • In addition, the temperature is monitored.
  • The switch-on time of the MicroShockDetector is easy to configure.
  • All data can be read out via the USB port, transferred to a PC and evaluated.
  • The device is quickly installed and dismantled with adhesive pads, screws or supplied magnetic holding feet.
  • Due to the good economic and ecological parameters, the data logger can also be used only once.
MicroShockDetector

Technical data:

Shock parameters:
200 data records with the highest space vector amplitude, of which the 10 highest values with a curve-plots over 4 s, resolution 2 ms
Acceleration sensor:
3D-MEMS, measuring range ±8 g, 1mg resolution, Accuracy: ±(2% measuring range + 5% measurement value) at 13 Hz and 20°C, ±(3% measuring range + 6% measurement value) at 13 Hz valid for -20°C to +60°C, filter limit frequency 25 Hz fixed-adjusted
Shock classification:
Subdivision of shocks according to space vector amplitude into classes, number of shocks not limited >0,25 g, >0,5 g, >1 g, >1,5 g, >2 g, >3 g, >4 g, >5 g
Temperature measurement:
-40°C to +65°C ±1 K, 100.000 measurement values
Indication:
2 LEDs for status and alarm limit-value overshooting
Operating elements:
1 button for status indicator, ON/OFF switching with password protection
Connections:
Mini USB 2.0
Operating conditions:
-40°C to +65°C, max. 98% rel. humidity
Power supply:
1 replaceable lithium battery, 3,6 V type LR06 (AA, Mignon), non hazardous goods, runtime typically 12 months in switch-on time period (depending on the device configuration)
Data storage:
Receipt of measuring data independent of battery status for a minimum of 10 years
Dimensions:
108 x 48 x 30 mm (LxWxH), 146 x 50 x 40 mm (LxWxH with magnetic feet)
Housing:
Plastic housing with stainless steel base
Weight:
approx. 180 g (380 g total if mounted on magnetic feet)
Protection type:
IP 67
Programmable parameters:
X, Y, Z registering threshold, X, Y, Z alarm threshold, minimum shock duration, temperature-measurement interval; Start-Stop time (switch-on time period), password protection by means of free Windows software
Conformity:
Device certification according to CE, IC, FCC, RoHS, WEEE; Use according to IEEE C 57.150-2012