Data loggers are used to record the data of impacts, temperature, vibrations, inclinations, humidity, light and geolocation of any merchandise transported.
Data loggers collect data with which you can analyze the outside conditions of the goods during their transport or storage.
The information accumulated in data loggers can be represented by graphs, tables or lists. With this information you can analyze and locate critical points during the transportation of the product.
The use of data loggers allows controlling the logistics chain, detecting if there has been problems during the transportation of products or if the weather conditions have been severe.
Likewise, these devices are used to inform the recipient of shipments about possible damage to the materials received, allowing immediate inspection of the shipment and locating the damage from the very first moment. This way, corrective actions and claims can be executed more quickly if the product has suffered impacts, vibrations or has been exposed to extreme conditions of temperature, humidity or atmospheric pressure.
By monitoring the interior temperature and humidity of containers, the evaluation of the suitability of the packaging system chosen for this transport is facilitated. With the analysis of the data collected by data loggers it is possible to decide if it is necessary to use other systems of different packaging to guarantee the correct conditions of the product once the shipment has been made. By way of example, it is possible to detect the need to place desiccants inside the package to guarantee an atmosphere without humidity during the transit of the merchandise.
Our data loggers
It allows recording the dates and times when the force limit G (established by the user) has been exceeded in the X, Y, Z axes. You can record the data of 100 events per axis and warn you each time that damage could have occurred, so that it is possible to react immediately. Available in 2 ranges: 10 G-25 Hz and 25 G – 40 Hz. It is the simplest Shocklog product and only records impacts.