Press Release Summary:
TelaSHOCK 3-axis, battery-powered recorder measures and records peak acceleration levels to which package or container is subjected, along with date and time of occurrence. For setup and data recovery, device uses host PC running Windows(TM)-based software. Once activated, unit records shock and vibration levels that occur within preset time bin periods, which are programmable from .125 sec to 1 hr. TelaSHOCK can record 43,680 time-tagged peak acceleration levels per axis.
Original Press Release:
The TelaSHOCK programmable shock recorder is a 3-axis, battery-powered, stand-alone recorder that measures and records the peak acceleration levels to which the package or container is subjected, along with the date and time of occurrence.
The TelaSHOCK recorder is designed to operate within moving environments such as vehicles, trains and ships. The device is also useful to characterize environments such as production and assembly lines of delicate electronics, IC fabrication, communications and computer components, as well as active, vibration-sensitive pharmaceuticals.
For setup and data recovery, the TelaSHOCK is used in conjunction with a host PC running Telatemp's Windows(TM) based software. Once activated, the recorder senses and records the shock and vibration levels that occur within preset "time bin" periods. The bin period is programmable from .125 seconds to 1 hour. The highest measurement within each period is stored. The TelaSHOCK can measure and record 43,680 time-tagged peak acceleration levels per axis. The non-volatile solid state memory insures the safety of the data.
Time Accuracy: +1 minute per month at 20°C
Data Format: Date and time stamped
Shock Resistance: +/-50g (+/-100g optional)
Operating Environment: -20°C to 60 °C, 0 to 95%RH non-condensing
Start Time: User programmable
Memory: 43,680 maximum readings
Software: Windows(TM) software
Battery: 9V alkaline (up to 5 days) or lithium (up to 7 days)
Weight: 13 oz
Dimensions: 1.00" x 3.5" x 4.4 "