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Data Loggers for Train Applications

Data Loggers

Train Applications

Train applications are just one of the many uses for MadgeTech’s shock series of data loggers. This series is designed to monitor and record shock (g-force; impact/acceleration), transient shock, spectral vibration, temperature, humidity, and even pressure.

Each device comes in a rugged housing, enabling them to be exposed to extreme conditions, and most models are available with extended battery life, making them perfect for long term studies. This series of data loggers features an extremely fast 512 Hz sampling rate, ensuring no events go unnoticed. The user programmable reading rates also enable the logger to be customized to fit the specific application.

They are the ideal choice for shock monitoring in a multitude of applications, including bogey monitoring, high speed train tilt-control, and railway track monitoring for safety and maintenance. MadgeTech’s shock series is also a valuable addition to any health and usage monitoring system (HUMS).



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