Accsense Electrocorder Offers Discount on Energy Data Loggers
Starting today, CAS DataLoggers is offering a 15% discount on select models in its line of Accsense Electrocorder dataloggers! These electrical logging devices monitor power/energy, current/voltage, power factor and more. Our Application Engineers are available with more details—just call 1-800-956-4437!
The Accsense Advantage:
Accsense Electrocorder products use a constant sampling technique, unlike the single ‘snapshot’ reading of competing devices. When these data loggers start to record, they sample every channel 16 times per cycle (a cycle being 16ms at 60Hz and 20ms at 50Hz). We offer many different models to suit a wide range of monitoring applications and requirements.
At the end of each averaging period, the data logger saves 3 quantities for each channel: the True RMS average, the Max (the highest cycle value during the period) and the Min (the lowest cycle value). Accsense Electrocorder dataloggers will record all the peaks and valleys which are one cycle or longer.
Save 15% off select models including:
• DC-3V Three-Channel DC Voltage Logger (RS models only)
• DC-3VA Two-Channel DC Voltage and Current Logger (TT model only)
• EC-3A Single and Three-Phase Current Logger (RS model only)
• EC-1V Single-Phase Voltage Logger
DC-3V Three Channel Voltage Logger:
The DC-3V data logger is specifically designed to accurately monitor one, two or three DC voltage channels, 1V to 60Vdc. This allows you to monitor charger performance and PV (photovoltaic) cell output, as well as many other applications like DC motors.
DC-3VA Voltage and DC Current Logger:
The DC-3VA two channel data logger is specifically designed to accurately monitor one or two DC voltage channels, 1V to 300Vdc and one DC current channel, allowing you to monitor PV (photovoltaic) cell output, DC charger performance, as well as many other applications - like DC motors.
EC-3A Single & Three Phase Current/Load Logger:
This data logger is specifically designed to monitor one, two or three current channels, allowing you to monitor the loading and energy consumption of the installation. The stored data is uploaded to a PC via the supplied USB cable.
EC-1V Single-Phase Waterproof Voltage Logger:
The EC-1V data logger is widely used to monitor voltage variations on site, allowing voltage problems to be highlighted quickly for further investigation using traditional recorders.
Configuration and Analysis Software:
FREE Electrosoft software is also provided in the kit, allowing users to define the voltage so they can plot power and energy, then simply upload recorded data via USB to a PC for analysis. Electrosoft allows you to graph and export data files as well as plot energy costs and savings using voltage optimization techniques.
For more information on Accsense Electrocorder 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 our website at www.DataLoggerInc.com.
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