Pacific Sensor Technologies introduces a new range of wireless data loggers from MadgeTech designed to measure and record DC current signals.
The MadgeTech RFCurrent2000A data logger can connect directly to low-level DC current sources, making it ideal for monitoring current sourced from solar cells over time, battery usage studies, energy monitoring studies and other DC current monitoring applications.
Available in 20mA, 160mA or 3A measurement ranges, the RFCurrent2000A can also be interfaced with a wide range of current output sensors such as flow meters and pH transmitters. Utilising the latest MadgeTech 4 software, the device can be programmed with engineering units that convert the current readings into a different unit of measure such as flow rate. The engineering unit is available for display on the LCD screen as well as in the software.
The LCD screen on the new wireless DC current data loggers provides instant access to the current reading, and minimum, maximum and average statistics. The statistics can be reset through the keypad of the device without erasing the recorded data, allowing customers to keep track of statistics over specific time periods.
Suitable as a standalone data logger, the RFCurrent2000A can also be used with the RFC1000 wireless transceiver to transmit data back to a central PC, transmitting up to 500 feet line of sight to the transceiver. Multiple RFC1000 wireless transceivers can be used as repeaters to transmit up to 1000 feet line of sight to other RFC1000 units, allowing the data to be sent over a greater distance.
The RFCurrent2000A can be expanded to a large scale system comprising of hundreds of data loggers measuring different parameters such as temperature and humidity.