Shock tests accurately measure the fragility of products and evaluate how they respond to specific shock inputs. Shock test data is key information when determining if your product is capable of withstanding its intended distribution and use environment. For any mechanical shock testing application, we have the right solution.
The Model 122 can be configured to perform half-sine, trapezoidal and terminal peak saw-tooth waveforms with minimum set-up...read more
SAVER 3M30 SHOCK AND VIBRATION DATA LOGGER
The SAVER 3M30 is an affordable, high-performance data logger for monitoring of critical items for potential damage during...read more
SAVER AM SHOCK AND VIBRATION DATA LOGGER
How do you know your critical shipments have maintained their integrity during transport? Shipping cargo by truck, rail...read more
SAVER 3D15 SHOCK AND VIBRATION FIELD DATA RECORDER
The SAVER 3D15 is intended for measurement applications where DC recording capabilities are required. Most often these are...read more
SAVER 3X90 SHOCK AND VIBRATION FIELD DATA RECORDER
The award winning SAVER 3X90 is a “best in class” field data recorder. This self-powered instrument provides 16-bit...read more
SAVER 9XGPS SHOCK AND VIBRATION FIELD DATA RECORDER
SAVER 9XGPS is an enhanced version of SAVER 9X30. Built-in GPS capabilities allow for position and speed data...read more
SAVER™ 9X30 SHOCK AND VIBRATION FIELD DATA RECORDER
The SAVER™ 9X30 is Lansmont's most capable shock and vibration field data recorder. It can record up to...read more
Learn more about shockwaves
When shipping products from one location to another, you want high confidence that upon arrival, the product has maintained its original integrity without experiencing any damage along the way. Lansmont SAVER™ products, sometimes referred to as shock loggers, data loggers or data recorders, can be used to accompany a product during its journey to document when large dynamic events occur. The specific information recorded during those events determines the true ability to both properly interpret the data, and subsequently act upon the data with confidence.Read our whitepaper: What's in a shock waveform?