AEMC PEL 103 Advanced Power Energy Logger with Digital Display

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AEMC PEL 103 Advanced Power Energy Logger with Digital Display

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AEMC PEL 103 Power and Energy Logger is a simple, low cost one, two (split phase) and three phase power/energy data logger. The AEMC PEL 103 measures RMS voltages, currents, VA, W and var power values, VAh, Wh, and varh energy values and stores every second.  Complete unit with all accessories, three MA193-10-BK Mini-Flex clamps and software.

Characteristics
Characteristics:  AEMC PEL 103 Advanced Power Energy Logger with Digital Display
  RMS voltages and currents are measured at 128 times per cycle and stored each second
  VA, W, and var power values are measured (total and per phase) and stored every second
  VAh, Wh, and varh energy values are measured (total and per phase) and stored every second
  Calculates the cos ? Displacement Power Factor (DPF) and the Power Factor (PF) stored every second
  Calculates Total Harmonic Distortion (THD)
  Harmonics up to the 50th order for 50/60 Hz and 7th order for 400Hz are measured, calculated and displayed
  DC quantities (RMS calculation) measured
  Measurements displayed
  A removable SD-card stores electrical network quantities
  Connected current sensors automatically recognized
  Includes DataView software for configuration, data retrieval and real-time viewing of measurements with a PC
  Small, durable case
  Built in, versatile communication interface choices built in (USB, Ethernet, Bluetooth)
  Now Available with an Android App - Go to the PEL Google play App page online to downloadthe FREE Android App
Description

AEMC PEL 103 Power and Energy Logger is a simple, low cost one, two (split phase) and three phase power/energy data logger. The AEMC PEL 103 measures RMS voltages, currents, VA, W and var power values, VAh, Wh, and varh energy values and stores every second. Includes DataView software for data retrieval, configuration and real-time analysis of measurements.

Specifications
Specifications AEMC PEL 103 Power and Energy Logger

General
Sampling Frequency
128 samples per cycle; 50/60Hz (16 samples/cycle 400Hz)
Data Storage Rate
1 per second
Demand Period Storage Rate
User selectable (1,2,3,4,5,6,10,12,15,20,30 and 60 minutes)
Recorded Parameters
(Single- and Poly-Phase)
V, I, W, VA, var, PF, Tan, Wh, Vah, varh, THD (V and I), Individual harmonics (from 1 through 50 per phase); Crest Factor (CF), Cos f / DPF
Event Log
Tracks and records status changes and error messages along with recorded data
Front Panel Indicator LEDs
Bluetooth active, recording in progress, phase connection reversal, overload, battery charging and SD Card status
Storage Capacity
2GB SD card (included) is used for storage. SD cards (up to 2GB); SDHC cards (4 to 32GB) formatted FAT32 are supported
Input - Voltage
3 voltage Input channels via 4mm safety banana jacks
Input - Current
3 current Input channels via custom 4 pin jacks that accept AEMC probes and sensor
Electrical
Voltage Measurement
Range
Resolution
Accuracy (% of Reading)*
50/60Hz
42.5 to 69Hz
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± 0.1Hz
Single-Phase RMS Voltages
100 to 1000rms
0.1V
± 0.2% Reading ± 0.2V
Phase-to-Phase RMS Voltages
100 to 2000Vrms
0.1 to 1V
± 0.2% Reading ± 0.4V
400Hz
340 to 460Hz
-
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Single-Phase RMS Voltages
100 to 600Vrms
0.1V
± 1% Reading ± 1V
Phase-to-Phase RMS Voltages
200 to 1200Vrms
0.1 to 1V
± 1% Reading ± 1 V
DC
100 to 1000V
0.1V
± 1% Reading ± 3V (typical)
PT Ratios
 Programmable from 50V to 65,000V
0.01V to 0.1V
-
Current Measurement
Current Probe: MiniFlex Sensor MA193***
 100mA to 100Arms
20 to 400Arms
100 to 2000Arms
500 to 10,000Arms
1 to 100mA
10 to 100mA
0.1 to 1A
0.1 to 1A
± 1% ± 50mA
± 1% ± 0.2A
± 1% ± 1A
± 1%
CT Ratios
Programmable from 1:1 to 25,000:1 (probe dependant) 
Power Measurements
Active Power (P)*
-2 to 2GW
0.001W
± 0.5% Reading ± 0.005% Pnom
Reactive Power (Q)* -2 to 2Gvar
0.001var
± 1% Reading ± 0.01% Qnom
Apparent Power (S)* 0 to 2GVA
0.001VA
± 0.5% Reading ± 0.005% Snom
Power Factor -1 to +1
0.001
± 0.05
Tangent Φ (active/reactive power ratio) -3.2 to +3.2
0.001
± 0.02
Energy Measurements
Active Energy (EP)
0 to 4x1018
1Wh
± 0.5% Reading
Reactive Energy (EQ)
0 to 4x1018
1varh
± 2% Reading
Apparent Energy (ES) 0 to 4x1018 1Vah
± 0.5% Reading
THD ± 655%
Individual Harmonics
1 to 50 displayed in percentage; 1 to 7 at 400Hz
External Supply 11V/250V (10%) @ 50/60Hz; 400Hz
Back-Up Power Source / Charge Time Rechargeable 8.4V NIMH battery pack / Approximately 5 hours
Battery Life Provides up to 30 minute ride through upon power loss
Mechanical
Communication Ports USB 2.0, Ethernet (RJ45) Wireless Bluetooth Class 1 **
Dimension / Weight 10.08" x 4.92" x 1.46" (256 x 125 x 37mm) / < 2.2lbs (<1kg)
Case / Index of Protection Double Insulated, rubber over-molded, polycarbonate UL94 V1 rated / IP54 non operating
Mounting / Security Embedded magnets on back side, keyhole slot on back side / Kensington anti-theft system
Display
Display Type for Model PEL 103 2.63 x 2.16" (67 x 55mm), four line, monochrome, backlit LCD with adjustable brightness and contrast
Environmental / Safety
Operating Temperature/ Relative Humidity 32° to 122°F (0° to 50°C) / up to 85%
Storage Temperature -4° to 122°F (-20° to 50°C) with batteries; -4°C to 158°F (-20°C to 70°C without batteries)
Safety Rating / CE Rating Complies with IEC 61010-1: Ed3, and IEC 61010-2-030:Ed1 for 1000V CAT III / 600V CAT IV, Pollution Degree 2 / Yes
* Maximum value is current probe dependant.
** Computers with Class II Bluetooth will restrict range to 40ft. Computers without Bluetooth will require a Class I or Class II Bluetooth radio adapter.
*** Maximum current reduced by a factor of 2 for 400Hz fundamental frequency.
Applications
Applications: AEMC PEL 103 Power and Energy Logger
  Measure efficiency, find areas for potential savings
  Track Sub-billing  occupants for energy costs
  Assign energy costs to departments or operations within a department
  Track peak demand periods and find opportunities for surcharge reductions
  Determine present capacity and circumvent unnecessary electrical expansion costs
  Verify the reliability and operation of electrical machinery
  Improve response time to solve power related problems
  Track energy availability and reliability of supply
  Reduce field service time at sub-stations
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