Transient Shock Recorder from MadgeTech

Transient Shock Recorder from MadgeTech
MadgeTech Inc.

The TSR101 from MadgeTech Inc., Warner, NH, is a battery-powered, triaxial transient-shock data logger for characterizing environments for packaging and fragility assessment, break and crash testing, and shipment validation. The device records data to memory when a user-specified trigger setting is exceeded; a window of pre-trigger data is also recorded. You can specify a reading rate between 1024 Hz to 1 Hz, start and stop the device from a computer, and retrieve the data by plugging it into an empty COM or USB port.

Contact Info

Company: MadgeTech Inc.
Country: United States (USA)
Phone number: 603-456-2011
Fax: 603-456-2012

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