Measure and analyse vibrations
with extreme precision

High sample rate and bandwith

the ReLog is configurable to any sample rate between 0 – 25,000 Hz including a 3-axis premium accelerometer. A very versatile instrument that will help you measure vibrations in any type of environment and situation

Designed for harsh environments

the ReLog has been designed with harsh environments in mind. With an IP67 rating and testing in accordance with MIL specs, the ReLog will be your reliable partner in all environments. 

Measure for several weeks

with extensive battery life and memory capacity (32 GB, 64 GB or 128 GB) the ReLog is capable of measuring for up to 72 hours when sampling at 25 kHz in 3 directions & several weeks when using trigger levels or using a lower sampling rate 

High precision and accuracy

with low noise level of less than 6mg across the bandwidth and 16 bit resolution, the ReLog ensures that you always will get the best precision when measuring vibrations

Highlighted features

  • Customisable sample rate between 0 – 25,000 Hz
  • Battery life time from 72 hours to several weeks
  • 3-axis high end MEMS accelerometer
  • Acceleration range: +/- 50 g
  • Resolution: 0.0000039g – 0.002 g
  • Temperature sensor and IMU
  • Including mounting accessories

The ReLog

Multiple application areas within multiple industries

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Looking for additional resources?

No problems! We have compiled all necessary information around the ReLog and its specifications, application areas and other useful pieces of advice to make it as simple as possible for you to understand how, when and where to use the ReLog.

Selected articles from the resource center

Is there enough storage?

One of the biggest questions when purchasing a data logger is: How much memory is available? We have gathered all the info you could need to decide how much memory you need.

Battery specifications

The ReLog includes a few different battery versions. Take a look at the specifications in this article to truly understand your version of the ReLog. 

How to mount the ReLog?

Mounting a vibration data logger can be tricky if you’re a first time user. Do not worry! We’ve got you covered with how-to-guides in this article.

How do I measure vibrations?

Measuring vibrations is often made out to be complicated. We are here to make it easy and accessible, even for the non-engineers among us!