Weidmuller has released its Varitector Logger 30, which registers and documents large current pulses and the frequency and time of the incidents.
The plug and play Varitector Logger 30 counts the current pulses greater than a set threshold value, which are discharged by PE conductors on surge protection devices.
Any lightening strike and surge voltage are continuously recorded and each measurement is issued with a time stamp accurate to the hour. Both the time and the date of the occurrence are recorded.
It also features an external sensor with a ferrite toroid for accurate measurements of currents. Clipped to the earth cable, it detects current peaks on the PE conductor, from events such as a lightening strike.
The data and time documentation means users can document incidents to determine the cause of the surge. It comes with large memory space for comprehensive data collection.
A two-line LCD display provides easy visualisation of current/incident data. Buttons on the device allow users to navigate through the menus easily.
The Logger 30 has a standard internal CR123A replaceable 3-V battery with at least a four-year service life. This means the device can be connected to the mains at all times.
It has an operating temperature range between -20º and +60º. It has a V-0 flammability rating in accordance with UL94 and meets EN62561-6 and VDE 0185-561-6 standards.
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