Bestech Australia offer the model 3320 G-Logger remote acceleration acquisition system from Silicon Designs.
Designed as a vibration monitor for NASA and the Space Shuttle programme, the 3320 G-Logger remote acceleration acquisition system provides portable, lightweight and easy-to-use acceleration and temperature acquisition for a variety of applications. These can include:
- shipping data recording
- race car instrumentation
- rotating machinery monitoring
- crash event recording
- flight vibration monitoring
- automotive suspension testing
Up to three axes can be activated for acquiring, storing and analysing AC/DC acceleration, AC velocity, shock and vibration.
The 3320 G-Logger remote acceleration acquisition system can store up to four million samples of acceleration and temperature data in its non-volatile flash memory.
The 3320 G-Logger remote acceleration acquisition system works with separate accelerometers, which are available in ranges from ±5G to ±100G. It can be connected to either a single model 2420 triaxial accelerometer or up to three models 2010 single axis accelerometers.
The 3320 G-Logger remote acceleration and temperature acquisition system is programmed through a serial link to a PC or a laptop running a Windows operating system (95 to XP).
Once programmed, the unit can be disconnected and securely bolted in place to provide hands free, unattended data acquisition for the length of a desired mission.
The unit is self-contained, sealed from the weather and can operate unattended on two D-cell alkaline batteries. An external power source can also be used for long use.
The 3320 G-Logger remote acceleration acquisition system comes with an RS-232 interface cable and G-Logger software programme. The unit is situated in a 3.5” x 4.5” x 2.2” case made from die cast aluminium.