Gemini Data Loggers‘ new Energy Logger records single and three phase power usage, enabling organisations to monitor energy consumption in line with energy management requirements.
This non-invasive and easy to use device can be used to monitor individual equipment and to build consumption profiles.
The Energy Logger monitors voltage and current, and determines power and power factor. The logger also offers the opportunity to record peak and average values.
Voltage is measured via the standard mains lead and current is measured using non-invasive flexible coils. It can be used for spot checks or longer term recording.
The kit contains everything needed to start logging, including 3 standard size clip on Rogowski coils (85mm diameter), UK and EU mains leads, a USB cable and Tinytag Explorer software.
This kit is also available with large coils (175mm): TGE-0002
Click here to find out more about the Energy Logger.
Gemini Data Loggers,
Phone: 01243 813000
Fax: 01243 531948
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