The Digi-Shock GT is a reusable digital impact recorder. Monitor shock and temperature to identify potential damage to your goods. Records impacts up to 25g or up to 100g and the device can be ordered with the appropriate G level to meet your specific requirements. An LED visual indication displays when the user-defined alarm parameters are exceeded at anytime, advising users that the monitored product may have been damaged and should be inspected immediately.
Digi-Shock GT Impact Recorder & Temperature
- The impact recorder has user-definable impact events and records shock up to 25g or 100g.
- User can set the alarm settings for minimum and maximum temperature providing precise control.
- Accelerometer detects and records the duration, amplitude, and direction of all impacts on the x, y, and z axis..
- Easy-to-use, Windows-based software included.
- Mission Control software language in English, German, Spanish, Chinese and Portuguese.
Part Number: 1600-100GT
Digi-Shock GT Impact Recorder in Use
- Energy and Utilities
- Logistics and Transport
- Aerospace and Defense
- Medical Devices and Supplies
- And more…
Single C cell Lithium Primary 3.6v. Automatic battery disconnect when USB cable is plugged in. Protection Circuit to prevent device damage if batteries are installed backwards.
|2. Battery Life:||
6 months (Lithium Ion Battery).
Flash memory capable of more than 1 million events. Retain data in event of power loss.
Device available ±25g or ±100g on the X, Y, and Z axis lines. Samples 250 times per second. Readings are automatically compensated for time and temperature drifts.
|5. Data Access:||
Standard A-B USB cable required for connection to a PC computer. No special cable or software needed to retrieve data file. Encrypted data file can be emailed directly back to sender for review.
|6. High Efficiency LED:||
Provides device status in real time
|7. Operating Temperature:||
-40°F to 140°F (battery operating range, Lithium).
|9. Physical Specs:||
5″ x 3.5″ x 1.5″ plastic case. 8 ounces with battery installed.
|10. Optional Mission Parameters:||
Set start and stop for date and time of mission. Set alarm levels for each axis individually. Set alarm levels for both high and low temperatures. Set g-level threshold for storing data (i.e., set at 3g to only record 3g or higher events). Set delta level for temperature data storage (i.e., set at 2 degrees to only record temperature when it exceeds a 2 degree difference from the previous reading).
|11. Optional Mounting:||
If necessary, a metal mounting plate or magnetic mounting plate are available.