Tag Archive: current datalogger
As autumn begins, companies performing power monitoring and seasonal maintenance are looking for a single-phase solution to view power usage on common devices from fridges to compressor motors. CAS DataLoggers now has the Single-Phase Voltage and Current Data Logger, a cost-effective kit to monitor the voltage supply and load current. For under $800, users get a logger with fast sampling, large memory, software, leads and a transformer. Read more on our Product Announcements page.
CAS DataLoggers along with Electrocorder have announced the addition of several new solar and power data loggers ideal for Renewables applications. These new DC data loggers record Onsite Solar Irradiance, Charging Circuits, PV Cells, DC Motors and much more. Customers are increasingly looking for voltage and current measurement devices, particularly for realizing savings through Voltage Optimization. Read more on our Product Announcement page.
Transducers for Equipment Monitoring and More
CHESTERLAND OH—August 23, 2012
Several instrumentation monitoring applications including equipment monitoring, quality assurance and others require you to choose among the different signal types for your analog measurement transducer. The most common of these are either voltage (0-5 volts DC, or 0-10 volts DC) or current (generally 4-20 milliamps). The Applications Specialists at CAS DataLoggers have written this brief article to explore the benefits and drawbacks of these two analog signals. Read more in our Technical Articles page.
The Only 1000V CAT IV Rated Clamp-On Meter on the Market!
CHESTERLAND OH—July 10, 2012
Workers in electrical maintenance, power distribution, and industrial maintenance need a low-cost solution for projects such as AC/DC motor testing, power plant troubleshooting, and many others. With them in mind, CAS DataLoggers now carries the new AEMC Models 407 & 607 Clamp-On Meters, the only 1000V CAT IV rated clamp-on meters on the market! Read more on our Product Announcements page.
Low Cost Voltage/Current Logger Kit for Seasonal Equipment Problems
CHESTERLAND OH—June 25, 2012
This summer, power spikes, surges, and brownouts can easily damage or destroy motors and other expensive equipment, so electrical companies often need to check if their machinery is drawing dirty power. The typical voltage supply for businesses is often above what’s safe for these machines, and dirty power causes them to draw too much of the supply and can cause them to develop problems or shut down. Read more on our Product Announcements page.
AEMC Models CL407 and CL607 Clamp Power Data Loggers
CHESTERLAND OH—May 07, 2012
CAS DataLoggers together with AEMC Instruments have partnered to introduce the new Models CL407 and CL607 Clamp Power Data Loggers as low-cost solutions for safely measuring electrical conductors without the hassle of disconnecting equipment. Both models measure single- and three- phase power (Real, Reactive and Apparent) up to 3MW with resolution to 1W and also measure voltage frequency at 20kHz and current frequency at 2kHz. These extremely precise current clamps measure harmonics up to the 25th, auto-select AC or DC measurement, and can record up to 1000 measurements. Read more on our product announcement page.
AEMC Simple Logger II Model L104
CHESTERLAND OH—May 1, 2012
CAS DataLoggers has partnered with trusted manufacturer AEMC Instruments to release the Simple Logger® II, Model L104, a 4-channel AC current recording device powered by alkaline batteries. Full scale ranges from 5A to 1200A are dependent on probe selection; compatible current probes include models MN93-BK, MN193-BK or SR193-BK (sold separately). Harmonic measurements are calculated from 64 samples taken on each AC cycle measured and are available in real-time using the included DataView® software which allows users to perform a variety of recording tasks with easy and intuitive setup from a computer. These dataloggers see everyday use in common applications including single/split phase and 3-phase machine load monitoring, load profiling, harmonic current monitoring, neutral and ground current monitoring, intermittent problem detection and fault current detection. Read more on our product announcement page.
Electrocorder EC-7VR Data Logger Kit Saves on Energy Costs
CHESTERLAND OH—April 3, 2012
The average voltage supply for businesses often turns out to be higher than the ideal operating voltage for most electrical equipment such as lighting and motors. For example, a 230V linear appliance used on a 240V supply will take 4.3% more current and will consume almost 9% more electricity. Multiply that across all the appliances in a building and the cost quickly adds up. Therefore customers need an affordable power metering system to achieve reductions in energy consumption, costs, and carbon emissions. Now CAS DataLoggers introduces the Electrocorder EC-7VAR 3-phase Voltage, Current and Power Factor Data Logger Kit which allows users to view onsite power consumption given in kilowatt hours as a result of recording in order to realize substantial energy savings. Economically priced and offering much more than comparable products, this comprehensive kit also enables customers to identify voltage supply faults and power spikes, useful during the fault-prone season.
Accsense Wireless Current Data Loggers
CHESTERLAND OH—March 29, 2012
Many CAS DataLoggers customers utilize Accsense A1-10 Wireless Current Data Loggers to record and monitor current in critical applications such as healthcare, health sciences, and research and manufacturing. This wireless data logger pod is specifically designed to hook up to multiple 4-20mA inputs (6 total), allowing an increase in the number of sensors per pod and reducing the user’s cost per measurement. This brief technical guide will take users through the quick steps needed to connect and properly scale 4-20ma signals to these Accsense datalogging pods. Read the entire article on our Accsense tech article page.