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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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Preservation of museum collections

Preservation of museum collections

Little protectors, big treasures - MSR dataloggers at the Museum of History, Bern

Image MSR datalogger hidden under a book The primary purpose of museums is not just to present cultural artefacts in an attractive setting, but to do so under the optimum climatic conditions. This places a great responsibility upon museum management. Damage to priceless and unique items cannot be allowed. The Museum of History in Bern uses the handy MSR145 datalogger for the permanent monitoring of its exhibits.

Tino Zagermann, manager of restoration, explains, "to obtain meaningful measurements of the environmental conditions immediately surrounding the exhibit the logger must be situated as close as possible to it." The thumb-sized datalogger MSR145 scores highly here. Zagermann transfers the measured values to his laptop directly at the exhibit - it's hardly possible to imagine a more user-friendly method of operation. Furthermore, the logger delivers highly precise and reliable data recording possibilities. At the moment, five MSR145 units are in use at the Museum of History in Bern. It is planned to acquire further units that will also be used for monitoring purposes in galleries, churches and art collections.

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