IMC Shocklog 298

The ShockLog 298 from IMC Group utilises tri-axel piezo electric accelerometer technology to monitor and record periods of shock and vibration.  Primarily focused towards high value goods in transit, the ShockLog 298 comes with datalogging software to download and easy investigate the treatment of goods during transit.  The ShockLog 298 has also been used in vibration monitoring applications, such as turbine blade balancing and vibration of other rotating parts.

 

Benefits of ShockLog 298 instrumentation…

– Visible deterrent to incorrect operation and handling
– Determines root timing of shock / vibration
– Highlights potential areas for improvement in handling processes
– Isolates when shock or vibration occured to identify responsibility
– Confirms acceptable conditions during entire despatch cycle
– Operational and journey profiling
– Highlights where inspection is required post delivery/operation

 

Description

The ShockLog 298 combines advanced tri-axel piezo electric accelerometer technology with sophisticated electronics and software to offer advanced shock and vibration monitoring instrumentation. The ShockLog 298 has been designed to monitor shock and vibration based on acceleration or velocity measurements.  The ShockLog 298 has several unique features, which make it suitable for application where the cost of exposure to out of specification environmental influences is very high. The instrument is equally suitable for protecting high value fixed or mobile installations and investigating shock and vibration during transportation.

ShockLog comprehensive Windows based software programme allows you to programme your own wake up, warning and alarm levels and frequency of data collection as well as the setting of the acceleration or velocity range and frequency filter. When a programmed impact level is exceeded a visual alarm will alert you as well as storing the data for future analysis.

 

IMC ShockLog 298 features include…

° Built in temperature sensor with optional humidity sensors
° Three built in accelerometers
° Completely self contained (battery operated)
° Velocity or acceleration measurements
° Adjustable warning and alarm thresholds
° User selected frequency cut off
° Low cost standard AA size lithium or alkaline
° LED operation, warning and alarm status indicators
° Date and time stamping
° RF screened and CE certified battery
° Greater than 18 month battery life
° Complete journey profile
° Detailed record significant events
° Optional external sensors
° Tamper-proof factory and user passwords
° Data stored in non volatile memory

 

Fluidic hold a partner agreement with IMC for their ShockLog series of vibration and shock monitoring instrumentation. Our instrumentation engineers are product trained and able to help with instrument selection within the full ShockLog instrumentation portfolio.  Please contact either office for more information (Glasgow 0141 641 5920 or Warrington 01925 572401).

 

Downloads

Download IMC Group ShockLog 298 Datasheet

Download IMC Group ShockLog Quick Start Guide

Download IMC Group ShockLog Essentials Training Guide