Crash Logger 2

Save your assets from mechanical crashes.
Crash logger is a device especially designed to monitor the movement activity of your assets for mechanical crashes. When a crash occurs it is detected and stored in the internal memory of the device. Authorized user can then read the related event using our smartphone app, and take appropriate measures.

Typical use for:
  • Mining locomotives
  • Cranes
  • Fork lifts
  • Independent crash and vibration monitoring
    • 3Axial acceleration measurement
    • High speed sampling frequency 1kHz
    • Integrated NiMh backup battery for operation during loos of external power supply
    • Small dimensions – easy to install
  • Data Logging and Analysis
    • Integrated solid state FLASH memory for logging of crashes and events
    • Data readout via Bluetooth
    • Smartphone application for data analysis and readout
  • Connectivity Options
    • Digital I/O interface for external system checking


  • Dimensions: 130 x 85 x 26.5 mm with mounting tabs
  • Weight: 270g
  • Ingress protection rating: IP20
  • Nominal power supply voltage: 24V
  • Power supply range: 7 – 30V
  • Consumption 50mA
  • Operating temperature range -10 – 50°C
  • Storage temperature range – 20 – 80°C
Measurement and Recording:
  • 3 axis measurement
  • Internal sensor acceleration range ±250G
  • Sample frequency 1kHz
  • Memory capacity for 1024 Events, 128 Crashes
  • Battery life typ. 24 hours (guaranteed for 5 years if continuously connected to external power
  • Real time clock battery life 5 years
  • Logging of additional parameters for diagnostics
  • Readout with standard Android device (version 4.0.3 or higher)
  • Bluetooth connection for readout
  • Indicating LEDs
  • Upgradeable firmware
  • Crash Logger application for smartphone or tablet device
  • Two digital input and two digital output signals for a communication with an external control
  • Logging of additional parameters for diagnostics

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