Extreme conditions prevail in the stratosphere: Temperatures of -65 °C and flight speeds of over 200 km/h are not uncommon. All measured values are recorded by the Datalogger STRATO4 with its sensors. The STRATO4case was developed to protect the STRATO4 at extreme speeds and especially during a not so gentle landing on the parachute. The Datalogger STRATO4 sits in a customised 3D-printed protective cover so that any objects that may come loose inside the polystyrene probe, such as the GPS Tracker STRATOfinder, batterypacks or experiments, do not damage the datalogger during a hard landing and all flight data can be reliably analysed.
Within two minutes, the STRATO4 can be easily mounted in the STRATO4case with just a few screws and the enclosed screwdriver, so that the sensitive technology is protected by an ultra-light and at the same time highly stable protective cover and can still be operated to its full extent and reliably perform what it is on board your research probe for: recording your own measurement data from the edge of space!