Shocklog model MSR 165


The description can be found in the following link:

There two software available in the website:

How to set it up to record data?

MSR software -> Card Tool -> Delete

MSR software -> Card Tool -> Create

MSR software -> Card Tool -> Check

MSR software -> Setup

Tick/click the box "ring buffer" in the section "Options during record"

On the sensor section, please change the their settings from "off" to "t1" except for the "L" sensor (which is the external sensor). The frequency for "Acc, x, y, z" should be 50Hz.

The main storage rate (t1) should be "1 s".

On Record Control, please tick the "Limits Active".

On basic settings, check or click the box limits for "ACC x, y, z". This will take you to the tab "Limits" if it doesn't happen. A new table will become available.

For every ACC variable (x, y and z), set the "record limit" option to "L2".

Then, for "Limit L1" assign the valua -2 G and for "Limit L2" assign the value +2 G.

When you are satisfied with the settings, click on the button "Write basic settings" at the bottom of the page. By the default, the data taking should start immediately (if the checkbox is ticked).

When the data taking starts, one should be able to see the orange and blue leds blinking. A yellow LED on the side indicates when the data is written to the SD card.

How to stop the data taking?

MSR software -> Setup -> Stop record (button at the bottom of the window)

Extracting the data ?

MSR software -> Card Reader -> Find the .dat file on the SD card -> Extract it in the MSR format

Viewing the plots

MSR software -> Viewer -> File -> Open (.msr)

SD card reader

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