We’ve been there ourselves.
We know how crucial it is to have a data logger that allows you to capture vibrations & shocks with a high sample rate.
We also know how annoying it can be to run out of battery before you have been able to complete your measurements, and we definitely know how frustrating it is to not have enough memory and to have to cut your measurements short because of that.
That’s why we decided to develop our own product that solves all of these problems.
After successfully testing and evaluating it ourselves, we are now very happy and proud to be able to offer the ReLog vibration data logger to our customers.
The benefit of using a MEMS accelerometers
The accelerometers used in the ReLog deliver ultra low noise density over an extended frequency range and is excellent for e.g. bearing fault detection and diagnostics.
With a typical noise density of 26 μg/√Hz across the linear frequency range we’re pulling out all the stops to deliver a highly accurate data logger to our customers.
Microelectromechanical (MEMS) accelerometers have stable and repeatable sensitivity, and are rated for shocks up to 10,000 g and this is the reason we believe them to be the perfect choice for recording vibrations, shocks and impacts.