Power Data Logger Gives Hard Proof of Energy Savings
• Are you concerned that your energy provider might be overcharging you?
• Do you need proof that your HVAC systems are working as promised?
• Do you need to perform an energy audit for your company?
To suit all these needs, Accsense Electrocorder offers the EC-7VAR Three-phase Voltage and Current Data Logger Kit. This kit includes the bestselling EC-7VAR Power Data Logger which records electrical data at high speed onto a large memory.
Perfect for affordable energy auditing and HVAC verification, this unique offering gives electrical contractors and system installers the data they need to prove that their systems are working as promised.
For configuration and pricing, call an Applications Engineer today at (800) 956-4437 or request information and start saving!
Energy Monitoring Kit Includes:
• EC-7VAR Power & Energy Consumption Data Logger
• 4 voltage leads
• 3 Rogowski transducers
• USB lead for quick data retrieval
• Energy data visualization software
• Convenient carrying case
Our kit’s Rogowski coils fit around 140mm-diameter cables and break open at the black joints so users can place them around the cables without needing to break the main circuit.
Measure Voltage, Current & Power Factor
The Accsense Electrocorder Three-Phase Voltage and Current Data Logger records energy (kWh) and power (kW) usage. The data logger is designed to monitor one, two or three current channels (measuring up to 400A, 1kA, 2kA or 3kAac), as well as one, two or three voltage channels (measuring from 30V-500Vac). The data logger also enables users to monitor the loading and energy consumption of the installation. Power Factor recorded is the phase angle between L1 and A1. Amp ranges are selectable from 400 to 3000.
Since the EC-7VAR records both voltage and current to diagnose any related issues or to gather energy data, users can determine if low voltage is related to high current demands onsite or if the low voltage is being supplied to the site.
When only a single-phase voltage supply is available, users can set the EC-7VAR to monitor and record three-phase energy using its three current inputs and a single-phase voltage input instead of the normal three voltage inputs. At single-phase, the IP43-rated logger records at a range of 30V-300V.
The data logger also stores voltage and current levels along with dates and times. With the back-up battery, the energy recorder can continue to collect data for months, with data stored in non-volatile memory.
Energy & Power Visualization Software Included
The kit also includes Electrosoft Software which allows users to define the voltage to plot power and energy and then upload recorded data via USB to a PC for analysis. Using the software, users can also print out an audit output graph giving proof of the details of the facility’s energy usage and performance so owners can identify savings areas.