Info & Background

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Why have we introduced the ReLog?

ReVibe has since its founding been active within the world of vibration energy harvesting. And whenever a potential customer asks us about whether or not we can produce a certain level of output our answer will be: It depends on the vibration. But as true as that might be, it’s not the most customer-oriented answer. The second-best alternative is to assist the customer in acquiring the vibration data that we then can utilize to optimize our units.

However, all the instruments available in the marketplace were either too expensive or lacking in quality. For us to be able to replay the vibration profile on our shaker to replicate the real-life-environment, we need a sample rate of at least 10,000 Hz. At that simply wasn’t to be found at a reasonable price.
So, we decided to build the product ourselves – and now we couldn’t be happier when offering it to you!

From our lab to the market – where’s the need?

Beyond our own and our customers need to record the vibrations for vibration energy harvesting purposes we discovered there are so many out there that are looking for a data logger with long battery life, high sampling rates and large onboard memory. A few examples of applications are:


Product development & product evaluation Failure mode analysis
Transportation monitoring
Qualification testing
Vibration monitoring
Shock monitoring
Condition monitoring (semi-real time monitoring) Machine health monitoring


Building management
Facilitiy management
Industrial plants and processes Defense & military Laboratories
Product development
and many more…

ReLog + Energy harvesting = Match made in heaven

Not only does the ReLog share a bond with energy harvesting for its original purpose we are also working on including voltage logging functionality to be able to evaluate the continuous performance of a harvester in a new environment. Suddenly, the ReLog can have multiple purposes!