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MSR255 Datalogger

Robust all-rounder with LCD screen

New: MSR255 datalogger Robust all-rounder with LCD screen Minilogger with a large display. Optionally measures temperature, humidity, pressure, light & 3-axis acceleration/attitude (incl. fast peak). 4 analogue inputs for maximum flexibility. More Information...

Shock Transportation Data Logger MSR175

The two 3-axis acceleration sensors integrated in the MSR175 have working ranges of ±15 g and ±100 g. They record shocks and jolts at a measurement frequency of up to 5,000 measurements per second. The installed memory of the logger is capable of storing over 2 million measured values, which is sufficient for more than 1,000 shocks. In addition, the MSR175 data logger measures and records temperature profiles from -20° to 65 °C. Additionally, a second type variant of this data logger is available with internal humidity, pressure and light sensors.

Priced at under $500 USD.


   MSR Whitepaper

We have just posted a well written publication dealing with most aspects related to acceleration measurement as it pertains to the MSR Series of Acceleration data loggers.

Well worth taking the time to read this.


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The Edge of Space

The Edge of Space

The MSR145 was a key component used in an astrophysics experiment which went to the edge of space! Students at the University of Sheffield in England launched a balloon and payload on April 8th 2011 as part of their 4th year Physics masters projects.

The MSR145 was placed inside a payload box and recorded atmospheric pressure, internal temperature and 3-axial acceleration throughout the flight, until the balloon burst at an estimated minimum height of 37km. The payload then safely fell back to Earth using a parachute and was located and recovered using GPS. The progress and results of the project can be followed on their website:


University of Sheffield: MSR145 Datalogger in use for astrophysics experiment University of Sheffield: MSR145 Datalogger in use for astrophysics experiment University of Sheffield: MSR145 Datalogger in use for astrophysics experiment Team members from left to right: Phil Carpenter, Lawrence Wilkinson, Alex Mackie, Phil Mahoney

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