Automated data collection

  • 24-Aug-2015 10:18 EDT
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DTS’ TSR data logger line includes a ±20 g sensor range. With built-in X-Y-Z accelerometers that eliminate the need for sensor hook-up, an internal battery, and simple software, the TSR makes it easy to start collecting data. The device can capture up to 2000 transient shock events or run as a continuous data recorder for seconds to days. Data writes directly to 1 GB flash memory and is downloaded via USB. Several bandwidth options and sensor ranges, from ±20 to 6000 g full scale, are available. The rugged TSR is suited for high-impact applications such as sled testing, blast measurement, and drop testing. An advanced motion detection mode saves battery life and makes the TSR also suitable for unattended monitoring of high value equipment.

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