Datalogger MSR145WD

Versatile, the size of a thumb, with display and Bluetooth Low Energy: the new MSR145WD wireless data logger.

Acceleration, Vibration and Shock Measurement in Aerospace Industry using MSR 145

About the Application

Near space is the region of the Earth’s atmosphere that lies between 20 and 100 km above mean sea level (AMSL).  It encompasses the stratosphere, mesosphere and the lower thermosphere. The project was to fly scientific payloads, to near space region, for a fraction of the cost of a space experiment. The team of Akshata Nayak, A. G. Sreejith, M. Safonova and Jayant Murthy of Indian Institute of Astrophysics, Bangalore carried out this experiment.

Payload components

Datalogger MSR 255

Autonomous LCD data-logger with up to 5 sensors and 4 analogue inputs. 4 row LCD matrix display • records temperature, rel. humidity, pressure, light and/or 3-axis acceleration.

Datalogger MSR165

MSR165 is 3-axis shock logger for long-term measurements up to 6 months. It is capable of stroing over 2 million measured values. It required low power due to its high performance 3-axis accelerometer .

Datalogger MSR160

Mini logger with a memory capacity for over 1bn Measurement values & 4 analogue inputs.It have highest performance in the smallest space. It can also connect external sensors in place of the internal ones.

Transformer Logistics Monitoring - Shock and Impact Recorder

Introduction

This paper has been written with a purpose to assist manufacturers, transporters and all those who are concerned with the transportation of Transformers. The paper will help one to understand the problems faced during Transformer logistics, their outcomes and the reason for their occurrences. The various solutions to reduce transit risk have also been discussed.

Impact or Shock Recorders

Impact recorders are equipments that log shock value and the time it occurred. Impact reorders are used to monitor shipments where concealed damage is a key concern like Transformers. The purpose of using Impact Recorders for monitoring Transformers is: