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Pacific Sensor Technologies introduces UltraShock Tri-Axial Shock Recorder

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Pacific Sensor Technologies  UltraShock Tri-Axial Shock Recorder logs maximum shock, temperature, humidity, air pressure and time

Pacific Sensor Technologies UltraShock Tri-Axial Shock Recorder is a re-engineered portable instrument to measure and record peak shock, temperature, humidity and ambient air pressure over a user defined interval is being newly introduced by Pacific Sensor Technologies.

Pacific Sensor Technologies UltraShock Tri-Axial Shock will allow the user to see whether something was hit or dropped during shipment, assembly, and production, or to validate the operating of drilling equipment.

Pacific Sensor Technologies UltraShock Tri-Axial Shock Recorder is a stand-alone instrument that measures and records shock as peak acceleration levels over a user defined interval and can be started and stopped directly from a computer.

Suitable for a wide variety of applications, this 9V battery powered instrument measures only 1.0" x 3.5" x 4.4", weighs 12 oz. It can be mounted anywhere to log maximum shock when it occurs.

Pacific Sensor Technologies UltraShock Tri-Axial Shock Recorder uses the Windows based software collects, displays and analyses data easily.

The Pacific Sensor Technologies UltraShock Tri-Axial Shock Recorder has a serial interface port and interfaces with MadgeTech’ s NEW IFC200 USB cable or IFC110 RS-232 cable.

Sampling at 512Hz (less than two milliseconds), it stores peak shock values for a selected interval from 64 readings/second to one reading per 5 minutes and stores over 174,000 readings per channel. Temperature, pressure and humidity are sampled at a maximum rate of 2 seconds.

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