Using the data to target and prioritize areas that need attention is an excellent way to update your working knowledge about the structure for which you are responsible.
Elkader, Iowa (PRWEB) June 15, 2009
The CX1 by SENSR is the newest, easiest and most flexible way to measure and monitor motion, vibration and inclination in structures. This simple to use, single-box solution requires no special cabling or tools to install and connects directly to your computer or network, making local and remote monitoring possible.
"This is a true solution," says Chris Kavars, founder of SENSR. "No other system can set up as fast as the CX1, and there is no other system with the same flexibility and ease-of-use."
Other systems to measure motion, vibration and inclination in structures often use four or more cables and boxes and difficult software systems. With the CX1, set up is as easy as mounting the module and plugging in the USB or Ethernet connection.
The CX1 is changing the way responses are measured in buildings and bridges by making the system significantly easier to set up and use. Combined with SENSR's renowned customer service, this new product means that engineers and building managers can spend less time setting up and learning the system, and more time collecting data and watching for trends.
"The CX1 can help you react to trends in the data and respond to unforeseen events quickly," says Kavars. "Using the data to target and prioritize areas that need attention is an excellent way to update your working knowledge about the structure for which you are responsible."
Primarily used for buildings, towers and bridges, the CX1 is an ideal tool for measuring and monitoring a structures' response.
To learn more about the CX1, visit http://www.sensr.com or call 563-245-3750.
SENSR is an advanced technology designer and producer of instruments that capture dynamic measurements, assess performance and manage risk. From structural engineering to product transportation or development and testing, SENSR instruments inspect and monitor critical infrastructure, watch over national treasures, safeguard facilities, prosecute and defend legal cases, break world records, engineer better products and advance scientific research.
The company designs and manufactures instruments for an international base of agencies, corporations, military and government organizations.
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