Three phase; 500Vac (L1, L2 & L3 to Neutral) 145x89x45mm (6”x4”x2”)
Constant Sampling technique; misses very little data
Complete with Electrosoft energy analysis software
Available as IP65/NEMA 12/4
The Electrocorder range is designed to allow electrical distribution
companies to cost effectively monitor single and three phase supplies. Our
products allow voltage problems to be highlighted quickly for further
investigation using more sophisticated loggers.
Setting up the Electrocorder is easy, suitable for semi-technical staff. Using
the supplied Windows software, Electrosoft; the location’s details are input to
the unit’s memory and stored. Electrosoft will then print documentation
allowing users to record and/or pass on delivery instructions to colleagues.
All data is also stored in a database of dispatches and returns, which tracks
the whereabouts of all units.
Why is the Electrocorder better than other similarly priced competitors? The
Electrocorder range use a constant sampling technique, unlike the single
reading of competitors. When the loggers start to record, they sample every
channel 16 times per cycle, a cycle is 16ms at 60Hz and 20ms at 50Hz. At
the end of each averaging period, 3 quantities are saved for each channel,
the True RMS average, the Max, which is the highest cycle value during the
period and the Min, lowest cycle value. This means that it will record all the
peaks and troughs which are one cycle or longer.
When recording the Electrocorder will store the average voltage over the
period chosen (1 sec to 60 min), it will also record the highest (max) & lowest
min) cycle values during that period.
The voltage levels are stored with dates and times. With the back-up battery,
the Electrocorder can continue to record for a year.
When the logger has been returned to the power company, the stored data is
uploaded to a PC via the supplied RS-232 cable. Using Electrosoft, the
recorded voltage levels, dates & times can be viewed in both tabular and
graphical form, exported to a spreadsheet or saved to file.
Graphs can be printed showing the recorded levels and the allowable tolerance
bands. These results may then be discussed with the customer. Electrosoft
also provides an internal database which effectively manages the
distribution of multiple units.
Upload the data from the Electrocorder and analyse it using Electrosoft. From
this you can generate a report on the results and discuss with your customer
what further action is needed.
On the logger, recording is signified by a flashing green light. A red light
advises users that the unit has completed recording.
There are many models of Electrocorder voltage and current loggers. The
Electrocorder conforms to the European recording standard EN50160:
1994 - “Voltage characteristics of electricity supplied by public
Small size 145x89x46mm, enables voltage problems to be
highlighted quickly for further investigation.
Allows engineers to quickly and cost effectively monitor &
resolve single & 3-phase voltage problems.
Three phase inputs (L1, L2, & L3) & Neutral (N). Use also for
single phase logging also!
Record VAvg, VMax & VMin with date & time & stores in
Recorded data is uploaded to a PC for analysis with
Electrosoft. Electrosoft includes a database to ensure effective
management of distributed loggers.
Kit includes Logger, Carry Case, Electrosoft, four input leads &
RS-232 serial lead.
Selectable averaging period to suit each situation, accurate to
±2% of reading.
Memory capacity of 32,000 (true RMS) values per channel
(10bit), up to 300 days continuous recording.
Order code:- SL-3V-50-KIT (50Hz) or SL-3V-60-KIT (60Hz).
Electrocorder Range Presentation