Additionally, the customer used the shock-event recording mode of RL-R17. In this mode, only the acceleration values exceeding the user-defined trigger level are recorded. Each shock event includes a user-defined time interval before and after the shock.
The RL-R17 saved only the relevant information to the embedded memory. All accelerations below the defined trigger level were ignored. When the shock level was above the trigger threshold the LED indicator on RL-R17 blinked red for visual control.
You can see the graph representation of one of the shocks on the screenshot from VisShock Software. Additional shocks recorded are also displayed on the left side of the window.