AEMC® Introduces the New DC Voltage Simple Logger® II Model L481

AEMC® Introduces the New DC Voltage Simple Logger® II Model L481

l481_pressrelease.jpgMarch 10, 2010 -- The Simple Logger® II Model L481 is a bipolar 850VDC data logger. The choice of data storage modes and storage rates allows the operator to effortlessly configure the logger to optimize memory usage to the application at hand. Extended Recording Mode (XRM®) and delayed start time are just two of the many application friendly features in this logger. Internal memory allows storing over 240,000

measurements, more than enough for most data collection needs. User programmable scale and engineering units are available. Battery operation and compact size allows for installation in tight locations without the need for external power. A series of front panel LEDs

provides a quick status of the logger's state and memory usage.

The Simple Logger® II Model L481 records DC voltage at user selectable rates from 8 every second to 1 every day. Voltages can

be measured up to +850VDC with 0.1V resolution.

DataView® software, included free, facilitates real-time viewing of measurement data even while recording. Instrument configuration, data storage and report generation from pre-defined templates or operator custom designed templates are also standard features.

Several data loggers can be synchronized to record at the same time intervals via DataView® software, as well.

Applications:

  • Rail voltage monitoring
  • Long term supply monitoring
  • Wind mill monitoring
  • Find intermittent voltage problems
  • Machine monitoring
  • MARKETING CONTACT:

    Kathleen Annis, Marketing Communications Manager

    AEMC® Instruments

    200 Foxborough Blvd.

    Foxborough, MA 02035

    Phone: 508-698-2115

    Fax: 508-698-2118

    [email protected]

    TECHNICAL CONTACT:

    Ray Brady, Technical Engineer

    [email protected]

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