ASPION G-Log Waterproof

Monitor openly transported goods: Waterproof shock sensor withstands weather conditions

With the ASPION G-Log Waterproof, our shock sensor is now available in a completely waterproof version. The sensor’s electronics are effectively protected against water and dust by encapsulation and a robust ABS housing. The shock data logger with IP 65 enclosure protection is designed for outdoor use and can be used reliably in temperature ranges from -30° to +60° Celsius.


The advantages at a glance


The waterproof version with potting enables use outdoors.


The small, compact housing is IP65 rated and can be attached to almost all goods.


The sensor is effectively protected against moisture, spray and jet water as well as the ingress of dust.


The ergonomically operable PC software enables safe handling of the shock recorders – even for untrained persons.


The shock sensor logs occurring shocks and temperature fluctuations, even in demanding environments.


The recorded data can be read out via PC or smartphone app from any location.


The shock sensor can be flexibly adapted to individual requirements.

Suitable for air freight

Can be used for all means of transport and for air freight shipments.

Made in Germany

Developed and manufactured in Germany.

Fields of application

The ASPION G-Log Waterproof shock recorder was specially developed for use in harsh working environments. The waterproof housing enables the transport monitoring of unpacked goods as well as the use on machine tools. The shock sensors are used in the transport and logistics industry, in mechanical engineering, in the automotive and electrical industries as well as in the energy sector.

 How it works

The G-Log shock recorder is attached to the transported goods by means of a screw connection or industrial adhesive tape, initialized and activated with individual threshold values. Throughout the entire transport route, the shock sensor now stores occurring events such as shocks, impacts or temperature fluctuations – if these exceed the set tolerance range. The recorded data can be read out at any time using a smartphone app or PC software and USB card reader and automatically transferred in accordance with current data protection guidelines.