In this video, learn how to use the MSR175 Data Logger Dashboard software to easily configure an MSR175 datalogger for its measurement tasks. The MSR 175 stand-alone data logger uses high-resolution sensors to continuously record what happens to goods during transportation. The logger data can then be analyzed very accurately, using the free MSR ShockViewer software, to ascertain damage incidents or to improve transport packaging. It is housed in a small IP67 package weighing only 28g that is completely silicon-filled.
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The MSR 175 stand-alone data logger uses high-resolution sensors to continuously record what happens during transportation. The data can then be analyzed very accurately to ascertain damage or to improve transport packaging – using the free MSR ShockViewer software. The two 3-axis acceleration sensors (± 15 g and ± 100 g) record shocks at up to 5000/s. The installed memory of the logger, storing over 2 million measured values, or more than 1,000 shocks. In addition, the MSR 175 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.
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Spectrum analyzers are very useful tools for observing radio transmissions. One of the more common applications is to monitor a known channel or band of frequencies. In this note, we are going to show how to quickly capture an FM radio transmission and then configure the analyzer to provide us with the frequency deviation of that signal.
Read on here: https://www.siglentamerica.com/application-note/fm-deviation-spectrum-analyzer/