This is a brand new 3-axis vibration data-logger. This device records shocks and vibration on all three axis (X, Y, Z). The data is stored in the built-in 4 Mb flash memory ready for uploading to a computer later. This device uses the USB interface to ensure compatibility with your Windows PC.
The DT-178A is engineered to record acceleration data of vibration. It records with time, 3-axis vibrations with peaks to provide a history of shock and vibration conditions. It also records the time when free-fall happens. It measures and computes real-time spectral data using FFT (Fast Fourier Transform) from 0 to 60 Hz.
This device is compact and portable. It comes with Windows compatible software and battery.
|Acceleration Sensor||MEMS Semiconductor|
|Acceleration Range||±18 g|
|Acceleration Resolution||0.00625 g|
|Calibrated Accuracy||± 0.5g|
|Frequency Range||0 Hz ~ 60Hz|
|Data Memory||4Mbit FLASH (85764 peak acceleration samples and 210 freefall samples )|
|Data Format||time stamped peak acceleration and freefall, average and peak vector sum|
|Sampling Rate||1 second to 24 hours|
|Power||3.6 V battery, specs : 14250 or 1/2AAA|
|Power Consumption||1 mA (average) recording, <15µA idle|
|Battery Life||About 1000 hours|
|Operation Temperature and Humidity||0 °C ~ 40°C 10 %RH ~ 90%RH|
|Storage Temperature and Humidity||-10 °C ~ +60°C 10 %RH ~ 75%RH|
|Dimension||The pedestal : 106mm x 56mm x 33.5mm The datalogger : 95mm x 28mm x 21mm|
|System Requirement||Windows 2000 or Windows XP or Vista|
|Minimum Hardware Requirement||8 M EMS memory, 2M hard disk, a free USB jack|