CAS Offers New 4-Channel AC Current DataLogger

AEMC Simple Logger II Model L104 Featuring Bluetooth Capability

CHESTERLAND OH—October 26, 2011

CAS DataLoggers has teamed up with popular manufacturer AEMC Instruments to introduce the new AEMC Simple Logger II Model L104 4-Channel AC Current logger featuring Bluetooth communication. This standalone compact datalogging system performs a variety of recording tasks with hassle-free, intuitive setup from a computer using the included DataView software. Ideal applications for the new datalogger include single-phase or poly-phase load monitoring, neutral and ground current monitoring, harmonic current monitoring using the software, intermittent problem detection and current load monitoring. This new solution offers double the channels of the AEMC L102 model and stores 4 times as many measurements. The Simple Logger family of loggers provides easy to use, low-cost solutions to monitoring AC or DC voltage and current for equipment and power quality monitoring. As always, AEMC devices continue to meet the latest international standards for quality and safety.

Featuring four input channels directly measured using selectable AEMC current probes available in full scale ranges from 5A to 1200A, the Simple Logger II Model L104 also features multiple user-programmable recording modes including Start/Stop, FIFO, Extended Recording Mode (XRM) and Alarm Recording. Harmonic measurements are calculated from 64 samples taken on each AC cycle measured and are available in real-time from the Simple Logger II Control Panel in the included software. TRMS calculations are performed on a single line cycle, and the datalogger stores TRMS measurements at user-programmable rates from eight times per second to once per day. The data logger stores 1 million measurements and is capable of up to 200 days of operation using standard alkaline batteries.

Additionally, the Simple Logger II Model L104 features wireless Bluetooth data communication providing for real-time measurement viewing, device configuration, and transfer of data from internal memory to a computer. Bluetooth enables continual monitoring, data storage and/or intensive analysis without the need for a connecting cable. This utility combined with the logger’s lightweight construction makes it the ideal portable solution.

The new model also includes FREE user-friendly DataView data analysis and reporting software for data storage, display waveforms, trend graphs, harmonics and text summaries, analysis and report generation. The convenient DataView software package configures all of the logger’s functions, displays real-time results on a PC and downloads and analyzes stored data. Users can configure all data logger functions and parameters from a PC including sample rate, recording length, channel configuration and more. DataView also enables users to create and store a complete library of configurations, custom-design views and reports, and to print reports using standard or customied templates.

CAS Sales Manager Pete Martin commented on the logger’s release, saying “The new 4-channel model offers our customers an affordable current monitoring solution, adding Bluetooth technology for real-time monitoring and data accessibility. As always, AEMC’s delivering great value here.”

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For further information on the new AEMC Simple Logger II L104 AC current data logger, other AEMC current dataloggers, or to find the ideal solution for your application-specific needs, contact a CAS Data Logger Applications Specialist at (800) 956-4437 or visit the website at

Contact Information:
CAS DataLoggers, Inc.
12628 Chillicothe Road
Chesterland, Ohio 44026
(440) 729-2570
(800) 956-4437