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Data Loggers for Aerospace Monitoring

Data Loggers

Aerospace Monitoring

MadgeTech’s aerospace selection of data loggers provides monitoring solutions for a wide variety of parameters for use in a multitude of different applications. MadgeTech offers complete data logging solutions for shock, temperature, voltage, pressure, humidity, and strain, enabling the user to accumulate a complete environmental profile.

These loggers can assist in ensuring aircraft component reliability during operation and storage, monitoring engine functionality, and also for monitoring parameters during aircraft testing and research & development.

Applications

  • Shipping and Storage Monitoring
  • Environmental Profiling
  • Equipment Testing
  • Research & Development

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