Tag Archive: voltage dataloggers

CAS DataLoggers Introduces New Low Cost Clamp-on Meters

The Only 1000V CAT IV Rated Clamp-On Meter on the Market!
CHESTERLAND OH—July 10, 2012

AEMC Clamp on MetersWorkers 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.

New Single-Phase Power Data Logger Fits Any Budget

Affordable Solution for Voltage and Current Monitoring
CHESTERLAND OH—June 12, 2012

Electrocorder CT-2VA Single Phase Voltage and Current Data LoggerAs summer approaches, electrical distribution companies are performing seasonal maintenance and load monitoring on their small compressor motors, and it’s a good time to ensure machinery is operating efficiently and isn’t drawing too much current. CAS DataLoggers and bestselling manufacturer Electrocorder have an economical solution with the new Electrocorder CT-2VA Single Phase Voltage and Current Data Logger, designed to monitor the main voltage supply and the load current. The new power logger allows electrical companies to cost-effectively monitor single phase supplies and enables staff to quickly determine whether a given voltage problem is load-related for further investigation. Read more on our Product Announcements page.

3 Steps to Connect and Properly Scale a 0-5V Signal to an A1-09 Accsense Pod

Completely Automated Wireless Monitoring and Archiving

Accsense A1-09 Wireless Voltage Data LoggerMany CAS DataLoggers customers utilize Accsense A1-09 Wireless Voltage Data Loggers to record and monitor voltage for their critical applications in healthcare, health sciences, and research and manufacturing. These wireless data logger pods are specifically designed to hook up to 6 analog inputs, allowing an increase in the number of sensors per pod and significantly reducing the user’s cost per measurement. This brief technical guide outlines the 3 easy steps needed to connect and properly scale 0-5V signals to these devices. All you’ll require is the Accsense A1-09 pod itself and up to 6 sensors with 0-5V outputs. Read more on our Accsense Technical Articles page.

Monitoring Floor Panel Separation with a String Pot

Novus FieldLogger Provides Economical Data Acquisition
CHESTERLAND OH—January 17, 2012

CAS DataLoggers recently provided the datalogging solution for GSI Grain Storage in Assumption, Illinois, the world’s largest manufacturer of steel farm grain bins, commercial storage grain bins and grain silos, as well as grain dryers and material handling systems including grain bin sweeps, spreaders, chain loop systems, commercial bucket elevators and conveyors. GSI was planning a troubleshooting application to see the extent to which their grain floor was separating every time their grain bins loaded and unloaded, which was impacting production and storage efficiency. Read the whole article here.