The ShockDot is an economical and efficient impact packaging indicator, providing visual alerts for mishandling during transit or as a prevention reminder. This tamper-proof indicator turns red upon an impact that could harm the products.

Impact Packaging Indicator

Compared to the ShockWatch label, the ShockDot offers a larger display, ensuring clear visual evidence of potential mishandling during transit. Each shock label has a distinct serial number to prevent substitution during transit.

Furthermore, the QR code on each impact label verifies customers’ receipt of a genuine product, ensuring quality and dependability. The serialised impact indicator prevents tampering and visually alerts handlers to exercise additional caution when managing the goods. For application, attach the shipping impact externally to packages.

Reducing Damage-Related Costs

Upon impact, the dot changes colour, indicating potential damage. This straightforward solution aids in assessing handling conditions and improving shipping practices, contributing to reduced damage-related costs. With ShockDot, safeguard goods and ensure their integrity throughout transportation.

  • Visual red indicator signals mishandling during transit
  • Cost-effective solution for safeguarding shipments
  • Ensures package integrity with tamper-resistant design
  • Larger display for easy impact detection
  • Unique identifier prevents label swapping
  • Customers can verify genuine products
  • Ensures product reliability and authenticity
  • Prompts handlers to exercise caution
  • External attachment for hassle-free use
  • Sensitivity Range: 25 – 100G
  • Impact Duration: 0.5 – 50 ms
  • Tolerance: ±15% at 20°C, 1 ATM
  • Operating Temperature: -25°C to 60°C
  • Weight: 1.98 g
  • Dimensions: 96.52 mm x 96.52 mm
  • Shelf Life: 2 years from the date of sale when stored at standard temperature and pressure (30°C, 1 ATM)

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  • Construction
  • Computer and IT services
  • Electronics
  • Equipment
  • Logistics
  • Marine
  • Medical devices
  • Packaging and crating
  • Retail
  • Robotics
  • Security and surveillance