Transport Shock Monitoring

MONI LOG® ShockDisplay curve2

MONI LOG® ShockDisplay curve2

Exact evidence of the transport quality

  • Extremely robust design (IP67)
  • Captures and saves the  500 largest mechanical shocks with signal progression
  • Measures direction, amplitude, time, duration, minimum and maximum of the impact
  • Inclination measuring on board
  • Easy operation, display, alarm function, long operating time, multi-level password protection
  • Conformity with all relevant norms and standards for measurement of transport shocks
  • USB interface
  • Powerful analysis software


The extremely robust shock measuring instrument stores information about the 500 greatest shocks as well as inclination data. It can be programmed using the function keys and menus, or software. The measurement results are shown on the display with various parameters and alarm function.

The electronic unit is optimized for long operating periods using commercially available batteries. Thanks to the real-time measurement, measured values can also be recorded while data transmission is in progress, so that a real “zero” ms reaction time can be realized in case of shock events.

A very user-friendly software concept was realized in conjunction with the file system and USB interface. The device is multi-stage password-protected.

The use of state-of-the-art technology makes it possible to produce this device at a moderate cost/performance ratio in compliance with EC directives.

Through its standard compliant measurement, the data logger is ideally suited for the routine transport monitoring of energy equipment such as transformers, switchgear and generators and, thanks to its reliable record and tamper-evident, generally recognized by experts, surveyors and transport insurers.


Technical data
Parameters: 500 shock events with the greatest amplitude, three-dimensional, events are also stored in the form of signal graphs with a duration of 1,024 ms at 2 kHz sampling rate, digital and analog signal filters with a stock width of 1 … 512 Hz, display of graphs and frequency analysis according to DIN EN 13011 with the help of external software; Inclination measuring by clock pulsing monitoring as also trigger tie in 0 …1 Hz dynamic range
Controls: Illuminated LC display and four function keys; displayed parameters: date, time, space vector, shock amplitude, shock duration, minimum, maximum, number of events, alarm to acceleration events; password-protected menu structure
Connections: RS-232 and USB 2.0 to link the device to a PC for configuration and data evaluation
Case: Aluminum, coated, IP 67 degree of protection
Ambient conditions: –20 to +60 °C with Alkaline batteries, –40 to +85 °C with Lithium batteries
Power supply: 2x size C or size D batteries of alkaline, NiMH, Li (on request) or external batteries
(2.4 … 12 V); Measuring time with alkaline batteries typical 1 year (in case of synchronous interval of 10 min, all options active); optional via additional external power supply (6-24V. < 15W) via IP67 connector
Weight: 1070 g incl. batteries (standard configuration), 42 g (each magnetic base, 3 pieces per module – optional)
Dimensions: 198 x 100 x 44 mm
Fix parameters: Measuring ranges 5, 10, 20 or 50 G and special models, filter characteristic of the digital frequency filter up to 512 Hz
Programmable parameters: Recording threshold from 0.3g minimal time of event up to 1 ms, alarm threshold to shock amplitude, recording threshold to inclination measuring, ON/OFF protection, password protection, clock-time adjustment, display-language (DE, EN, FR)
Software: WIN Vista/7/8/10, graphically and schedular signal analysis with messaging, frequency analysis on DIN EN 13011, device parameterization, display of device condition and active times, help function, multilingual menu navigation (DE, EN, FR)