Shock indicators detect and record shock during transportation or in storage. Once it exceeds the set G value, the indicator will change from white to red and cannot be reset, providing indisputable evidence of mishandling.
What is Shock Indicator?
Shock Indicator, also known as impact indicator, is a single use impact detection device that will activate (turn red) when an impact level exceeds the g force threshold of the unit.
The shock indicators can stick to your package or directly on a product inside for different needs in various industries. Activates from white to red to show impact when dropped. The red cannot be reset and provides shippers to pinpoint the irresponsible handling in your supply chain. Moreover, a g force impact monitoring can indicates potentially concealed damage products, decrease claims and alert recipient to inspect items.
A study shows the damage rate typically drops by 50% or more when a monitor is in place. Use Impact Label, Clip Label, and Impact Tube to stop your damaged delivery today!
The product technology of the shock indicator is slightly different in each manufacturer, and it has always been the secret of each factory, but the working principle of the impact indicator can basically be divided into 2 categories – physical change and structural change.
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Customers don’t know how to select a model to fit their product package, however, an incorrect model causes the following 2 problems…
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Customers sometimes ask what are the differences between the Shock watch labels produced by Shockwatch inc. and the Impact Label produced by Wan-Yo. What’s different?
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You probably have been asked to use the shock sensor for shipping, or Shockwatch impact indicator. It is particularly important in quality assurance. What is the purpose?
According to the magnitude of shock, we provides from 10G to 100G. For fragile products, you should use a model with a smaller G value, 25G Impact Label, for example. We recommend you contact us to discuss your application so that we can assist you in choosing the correct types, or refer to our shock label selection guide.
|Product||Temperproof Serialized||Sensitivity||Size||Mount||Status When Shipped|
|V||25G, 37G, 50G, 75G, 100G||97 x 97 mm||Package||Always Live|
|V||25G||97 x 97 mm||Package||Always Live|
|V||37G||97 x 97 mm||Package||Always Live|
|V||50G||97 x 97 mm||Package||Always Live|
|V||75G||97 x 97 mm||Package||Always Live|
|V||100G||97 x 97 mm||Package||Always Live|
|47 x 29 mm||Package / Package||Always Live|
|10G/ 15G/ 25G/ 37G||Φ 3.4 x 19 mm||Product||Always Live|
|50G/ 75G/ 100G||Φ 2.4 x 19 mm|
|–||270 x 265 x 29 mm||Product / Package||Switch|
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