Bass Rock Gannets – MSR Data Loggers

  Here at Caption Data we work with clients from all kinds of industries, with products like data loggers being used worldwide, but every now and then even we get an unusual request that has everyone in the office intrigued! Jude Lane from the Scottish Seabird Centre is carrying out research on Bass Rock. Bass…

MSR145 data loggers provide fall detection for elderly

Researchers at the University of Roehampton Musculoskeletal research group used MSR145 data loggers with tri-axial accelerometers to record signals during a fall of the human body. Falling among older adults can cause major distress; the consequences may include fractures and the inability to move and isolated individuals may experience a long lie after a fall…

MSR145WD: the first wireless data logger by MSR

Caption Data Limited have proudly been distributing MSR dataloggers in the UK since 2008. 6 years on and we are excited to introduce the first wireless ‘Bluetooth enabled’ datalogger into the range of miniaturized dataloggers that we already stock by Swiss MSR Electronics GmbH. The MSR145WD comes packed with a range of features unseen in previous MSR dataloggers, such as:…

MSR165 shock data logger now with 200 g working range

An extended working range of up to 200g and a recording period that is up to ten times longer: with these features, the MSR165 data logger facilitates even more precise shock measurements. Critical events, which may occur during the transportation and storage of delicate goods, can now be recorded continuously for up to five years…

MSR Data Loggers for continuous transportation monitoring

To ensure that the products reach the customer undamaged: User report by Alfred Kärcher GmbH & Co. KG. The name Kärcher stands for supreme cleaning expertise worldwide. Quality without compromise is the top priority for the international German-based family enterprise – including the shipping of its products. In order to be able to assess transportation…

Measuring Aircraft Structural Usage using MSR Dataloggers

During the aircraft design process the designer must make assumptions about how an aircraft is going to be used in order to anticipate the static and fatigue loads the aircraft will be subject to. For military aircraft this will often include experience from previous aircraft types, undertaking similar roles or functions, and anticipated future roles…