Tag Archive: power metering

Spotting Electric Flowmeter Violations Using a Data Logger

Advanced dataTaker Monitoring Solution Catches Utility Theft
CHESTERLAND OH—April 23, 2012

DT82I Data LoggerCAS DataLoggers recently supplied the industrial datalogging solution for Pasco County Utilities, a provider of quality services to customers at a reasonable cost and in an environmentally responsible manner. The Utility Services Branch provided water and sewer services, reclaimed water, solid waste/resource recovery, recycling, hazardous waste, and street lighting service to most of the residents in Pasco County. The company maintained a large number of remote electronic flowmeters in the field, which consisted of billing meters for customers including businesses, golf courses, plants, and residences. Read more on our applications note page.

New Video Tutorials for Electrocorder Data Loggers are Online

Electrocorder DataloggerElectrical contractors, energy audit consultants, facilities managers and industrial and power distribution companies all require an inexpensive solution for their energy and power metering needs. Now exciting electronics manufacturer Electrocorder has produced a collection of video tutorials showing users how to quickly get started using their line of current and voltage data logger products. The videos cover common topics including connecting the data logger to a PC, basic operation, configuration and setup, data recovery, recording voltage, energy and pump activity, and more. Read the entire article on our general news page.

Power Metering with a DT80 Using WattNode Transducers

dataTaker DT80 Datalogger Performs Power Monitoring
CHESTERLAND OH—January 24, 2012

CAS DataLoggers recently provided the power monitoring solution for a large concrete manufacturing plant that needed to monitor power consumption in conjunction with many other electrical parameters to regulate not only energy efficiency but also fluctuations in the local power grid. The plant had strict requirements on how their equipment interacted with the local power grid, so they wanted to install local metering to ensure that the their equipment did not affect the stability of the local power grid and that their equipment stayed within acceptable limits–when the local grid experienced problems, this often affected the whole power grid for that area. Read the entire article on our applications note page.