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Vibration Meter


Introducing Loadsensing Vibration Meter, a cost-effective, wireless sensor designed to monitor vibration levels in near real time. The Vibration Meter can assess vibrational behavior according to various different parameters that are relevant to comply with local and global regulatory standards. Incorporate the Loadsensing Vibration Meter into your monitoring system and provide an end-to-end tool needed to ensure structural and health considerations are met.

Vibrating wire RCR


Ultra-robust 5-channel data logger designed to be embedded in pre-cast concrete. Connect vibrating wire instruments easily and securely such as strain gauges, pressure cells and any other vibrating wire sensor. Monitor structural health of your infrastructure from as early as the concrete segment manufacturing stage.

Vibrating wire 5-channel


The 5-channel data logger may be used for scenarios in which one borehole contains multiple sensors such as piezometers or multipoint borehole extensometers. It is also ideal for groups of sensors like strain gauges and load cells with 3 to 5 sensors.

Vibrating wire 1-channel aluminum version


The aluminum alloy box version is offered with an external antenna which improves the range for long distance applications such as strain gauges or pore water pressure monitoring.



The Piconode is a small but reliable and robust data logger that can be discreetly installed at work sites. It is able to read sensors for monitoring ground anchors, cracks, pressure and temperature, among others.

Analog 4-channel


The Analog 4-channel admits most inputs from analog sensors, such as voltage, 4-20mA, potentiometer, FWB, thermistor or PT100, allowing it to digitize load cells, strain gauges and pressure cells.

Digital logger


The digital logger brings the advantages of electronics to the geotechnical world. It can easily connect a wireless network of in-place inclinometres (IPIs) on a chain in a hole or excavation, multipoint borehole extensometers (MPBX) and other sensors from leading manufacturers.



The LaserTilt90 can be used to measure and monitor settlement from a reference point or to infer vertical settlement at the tunnel crown, tunnel and mining convergence, bearing and expansion joint movements, displacement in structures and buildings, deformations in underground excavations, slope movements, fracture and faults surveillance.



The Tilt90-x may be used to monitor bridge and other civil infrastructure, embankments, building response to tunneling and excavation-induced ground movements, foundations and deep excavations, landslide-prone areas and slope stability.



The Tilt90-i is ideal for applications such as railway tracks where it's important to minimize the risk of damaging the device antenna.


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