Electrical logging devices

Accsense Electrocorder EC-7VAR Three-phase Datalogger Kit executes energy audits to validate HVAC system performance.

02/17/2016


Accsense Electrocorder EC-7VAR Three-phase Datalogger Kit executes energy audits to validate HVAC system performance. Courtesy: CAS DataLoggersCAS DataLoggers' Accsense Electrocorder EC-7VAR Three-phase Datalogger Kit are electrical logging devices that monitor and record power, current/voltage, power quality, as well as executing energy audits to validate HVAC system performance. The kit includes the 3-phase logger, voltage leads, transducers, and a USB lead, as well as analysis software for data interpretation. The logger records voltage on three channels, up to 500 Vac, and loads up to 3kAac. The dual-range model of the EC-7VAR has three current channels complete with two user-selectable current ranges of 4Aac to 400Aac and of 20Aac to 3kAac. For protection from dust and splashes, this durable logger is rated at IP43 and is also available in IP65 and NEMA 12/4 versions.

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