DC-3VA Two-Channel DC Voltage and Current Logger
Do you need a device to record current and voltage data for machine monitoring, circuitry test, battery charging/discharging, or another application? CAS DataLoggers offers the affordable Accsense Electrocorder DC-3VA Voltage and Current Data Logger Kit which records electrical data on 2 channels at fast sample rates and high accuracy.
With its large memory, the DC-3VA is ideal for use in low-voltage and current applications. Portable and easy to use, the data logger comes in a kit including 2 voltage leads, a current clamp, powerful software and more—all for just $1775.00. Give one of our Applications Engineers a call at (800) 956-4437 and learn more!
Log Current and Voltage on Two Channels:
The DC-3VA voltage and current data logger from Accsense Electrocorder features multiple inputs, monitoring 1 or 2 DC voltage channels in a wide range from 1V to 300Vdc, and a DC current channel (+/-10A or +/-100A). The logger’s flexibility enables battery testing and viewing current draw on many different kinds of equipment including DC motors, DC chargers, PV (photovoltaic) cell output, and more. Selectable time intervals make the storage capacity variable.
Users can select the best averaging period to suit their situation, accurate to <1% of range. Once activated, the DC data logger stores the average DC voltage current over the period chosen (anywhere from 1 second to 60 minutes), and also records the max and min values over that period. The data logger’s memory can store 32,000 true RMS values per channel (10 bit), so users can keep logging for up to 300 days. The kit’s supplied USB cable uploads all the stored data to a PC.
Each datalogger is rated IP65 for solid protection from damage, and robust NEMA 12/4 rated versions are also available. For simple storage, the data logger fits easily into the included carrying case.
Each kit also provides FREE Electrosoft configuration and analysis software to zero in on the data. Electrosoft is intuitive and has a quick learning curve, even for new users and non-technical people. The simple interface allows users to upload data to PC, export data files, and generate report-quality graphs.
Users can also access the software database over a network to view the logger’s location and set up alarming for late returns and transfer data via email. Working with the software, it’s easy to draw electrical line diagrams, view print previews/printout reports, and output to PDF, RTF, XLS, HTML, etc.