Shock Transportation Data Logger MSR175

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The MSR175 stand-alone data logger uses high-resolution sensors to continuously record what happens to your goods during transportation. The logger data can then be analysed very accurately

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Shock Transportation Data Logger MSR175
Shock Transportation Data Logger MSR175
Posted on February 12, 2019 - (164 views)
MSR Electronics GmbH
Mettlenstrasse 6
8472 Seuzach - Switzerland
+41-52-3162555
+41-52-3163521
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MSR Electronics GmbH develops mini dataloggers for temperature, humidity, pressure, light and acceleration. Among their customers are well-known companies such as Festo, Alstom, Novartis and many more.

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