Current/Voltage Loggers store measurements on SD/MMC card.

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Amper series is powered by replaceable lithium battery, which delivers up to 8 years of operation. With 0-6 A current input range, Amper can work with current clamps to record AC motor or equipment current consumption or directly measure DC currents. Also available, milliAmper has 0-100 mA input and is suited for monitoring 4-20 mA process loops in remote locations. With 0-1.5 V input range, microAmper can be used with external resistors to directly monitor voltages up to 50 V DC/AC.



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New Current/Voltage Data Loggers with SD/MMC Card



The Amper family of data loggers from Automation Solutions provide a simple way to collect current or voltage data in remote locations. Measurements are recorded on a PC compatible SD/MMC memory card for easy transfer to a computer for analysis and archiving. The data loggers are powered by a replaceable lithium battery that provides up to 8 years of operation!

There are 3 models in the Amper product family:

o Amper - With a current input range of 0-6 Amps, the Amper can be used with current clamps to record AC motor or equipment current consumption or directly measure DC currents.
o milliAmper - The milliamper provides an input range of 0-100 mA is ideal for monitoring 4-20 mA process loops in remote locations.
o microAmper - The microAmper is designed to measure input voltages in the range of 0-1.5 volts and can be used with external resistors to directly monitor voltages up to 50 volts DC or AC.

Data collected by the Amper is recorded on the removable memory card in a CSV file that can be imported into Excel or most other applications. The Amper data loggers are provided with a simple configuration program to set-up the logging interval and scaling parameters. An analysis utility is also supplied for graphing and analysis.

To find out more about the Amper family of data loggers, go to www.dataloggerinc.com/automationsolutionsdatalogger.html for the Amper Product Page. For more information on all of the data loggers we offer, please visit our web site, www.DataLoggerInc.com.

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