The following examples demostrate best practices when installing the devices.
1) The DynaLogger should be installed on a rigid part of the machine avoiding localized resonance and other interferences;
2) The DynaLogger should preferably be centralized in relation to critical components, such as bearings;
3) It is recommended that the DynaLogger is kept in a fixed position to enable more accurate analysis;
4) The surface of the monitoring point should function within the temperature limits of the DynaLogger (-10°C to +84°C). Using the DynaLogger in conditions outside of the specified limits will invalidate the product warranty.