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Powersight PS2500 Power Logger (with Bluetooth and SD memory card slot)

A COMPLETE POWER DATA LOGGER SOLUTION FOR VOLTAGE, CURRENT, POWER & ENERGY at an attractive low price

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HANDS-ON CHOICE! From setup to data logging to the final report, the PS2500 Power Logger offers complete power and energy logging in a compact and low cost package. The PS2500's lightweight, rubberized contoured case and rugged construction make the PS2500 ideal for field work. PS2500 brochure

The PS2500 Power Logger has 4 current and 3 voltage channels to measure all circuit types: single-phase, two-phase, three-phase wye or delta, split delta, 2PT/2CT, DC, 45-66 Hz, and 360-440 Hz applications as well as DC. It measures voltage, current, KW, KVA, KVAR, true power factor, displacement power factor, energy in KWh, Hz and (optionally) total harmonic distortion THD. An LCD window displays real time values like a multimeter. Via a PC and Bluetooth you can view real-time phasors and waveforms like an oscilloscope. Log graphs show minimums, maximums, averages, for individual phases and the totals.

The PS2500 comes with powerful PC software and an automatic Report Writer. See an example of a power study report here: Report

CLEAR DISPLAY FOR QUICK SPOT CHECKS You can view voltage, current, true power, apparent power, and true power factor present values in the meter window- just like a multimeter!

SUCCESSFUL STUDIES! Our patented SureStart feature automatically checks for wrong connections before you begin monitoring to ensure a successful power study every time. If there is a mis-connection SureStart will display the error in the meter window.

Long term logging for up to months at a time. The meterís operation is backed up by rechargeable batteries and has an option to power it directly from the voltage being monitored. Our current probes do not require batteries, they get their power from the PS2500. This guarantees that the PS2500 will log power as long as you need to. Unlike other loggers it never goes into "sleep" mode. This guarantees that you will have a true view of all of the data when the job is done.

SMART! It comes with Bluetooth technology to download data to your PC wirelessly. Plus a removable SD memory card slot backs up power survey data and provides another method of data transfer to a PC.

SAFE FOR NFPA 70E AND CSA Z462 COMPLIANCE
The new safety regulations demand safer tools. The PowerSight PS3500 has a a CAT-IV (600V/8000V) safety rating so you can confidently use the PS2500 on systems up to 600 VRMS. Bluetooth wireless communications allows remote control via a PC or netbook, up to 25 feet away. Read this article: Testing & Safety

Be Comfortable. Be Safe. Get relief from wearing PPE. PowerSight meters and analyzers with Bluetooth wireless communications are the safest way to test. After installing the PowerSight and its probes, workers can get away from high voltages and Arc Flash dangers and test remotely. Once at a safe distance cumbersome PPE suits, hoods, gloves etc. can be removed. Thus workers can more comfortably control the PowerSight, view connections, phasors, and real-time values, start/stop monitoring and download data in complete safety (up to 25 feet away) via a PC, netbook. or PDA.

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Do you need more than a data logger or energy analyzer for Power Quality i.e. to catch transient power disturbances, voltage fluctuations?
Choose the PS4500 Power Quality Analyzer for cycle-by-cycle RMS measurements plus sags, swells, and transient events capture. PS4500 Power Quality Analyzer

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