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G-Link-200-R Rugged Wireless Accelerometer, 3-Axis, ASTM, F2137 Compliant

The G-Link-200-R is specifically designed to monitor the dynamic characteristics of amusement rides and roller coasters. The wireless sensor is ASTM F2137-18 compliant. An onboard triaxial accelerometer reports high resolution waveform data with extremely low noise and drift. Comes with replaceable batteries.
Where to Buy?
U.S. International OEM

Specs

Sensor

  • Integrated 3-axis high performance accelerometer
  • DC to 1KHz bandwidth
  • Extremely low noise density
    • 80 µg/√Hz
  • Programmable -80 db/ decade low-pass filter (CFC10, CFC21. CFC60)
  • On-board temperature sensor (+/- 0.25°C)

Operation

  • Adjustable sampling rate up to 1 kHz
  • Continuous event-triggered operation
  • LXRS protocol allows lossless data collection, scalable network size, and node synchronization of ±50 µs
  • Datalogging up to 8 million data points
  • Wireless range up to 1km

Package

  • IP-67 weatherproof enclosure
  • Stainless steel base
  • ¼ 28 UNF mounting hole or optional magnetic base
  • 3 on-board ½ AA 3.6V LiSOCL2 batteries
  • –40 to +85 °C operating temperature range

Compliance

  • ASTM F2137, FCC (USA), IC (Canada), CE (European Union, includes RoHS), MIC (Japan), IMDA (Singapore)
Calculate System Bandwidth

LORD sensors can instantly upload data to SensorCloud via various WSDA wireless gateways. Free and paid plans available.

Use Cases

Test and Measurement

End-to-end data acquisition system reduces the time and cost of testing.

Remotely configure and collect data from a network of nodes in real time using SensorConnect.

All nodes in the network communicate synchronized and lossless data using Lord's proprietary wireless networking protocol.

Make Spectral measurements in real time with SensorConnect's live FFT.

Impact and Event Monitoring

Event-Driven sampling allows for reporting only the data of interest around a predefined event. 

User configurable pre- and post-event duration allow you to see the data that led up to the event, and how the data progressed back to normal conditions.

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