Energy meters: PEL 100 Series Power and Energy Loggers from AEMC

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Utility equipment: Updates for AEMC’s PEL 102 and PEL 103 Power and Energy Loggers:
• ETL approval
• New power adapter
• New Android app
• Updated features for PEL 103
• New J193 high dc current probe
• DataView software updates
Independent testing approval that ensures that the PEL 102 & PEL 103 meets all of the applicable published standards valid for the United States and Canada.
Android App is available for download on Google play:
• Configures measurements and recordings
• Displays data in real-time
• For use on any device with an Android platform
Ability to configure key functions directly from the front panel, as well as DataView® control panel or the Android App using the configuration mode:
• Network Type
• Voltage
• CT Ratio
• Aggregation Period

Available with an optional Power Adapter

Available with a Hall Effect AC/DC current probe J193, that measures current up to 5000ADC to 3500AAC
New features for DataView® include:
• Ability to export 1 sec data
• Time of use selection: programing tariffs
• Updated phasor diagram: assists in determining proper hook-up

For more information about AEMC or other products, click here to go to Utility Products’ Buyers Guide.

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