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Power logging meter kit
1st Quarter 2019, Other technologies


The Enerteq from Mimic Components is a cost effective power logging meter used for power analysis. Supplied in a kit form, it is ideally suited for solar, energy and electrical industries. The power meter measures currents and voltages and reports in real-time RMS values for all 3-phases and neutral. In addition, the power meter calculates power factor, real power and reactive power in addition to other characteristics.

The power logger is a practical handheld portable meter with a dielectric withstand double insulated front panel display, a 9 cm quality colour TFT LCD graphic screen display and menu and navigation buttons. The instrument and its accessories have a CAT IV safety rating up to 600 volts.

The TFT LCD graphic screen display allows viewing of all minimum/maximum values since the last reset, the reset date and time, including reset minimum/maximum values. Energy values can also be viewed from the display in so far as the power meter calculates and stores per phase and total energy values for active, reactive and apparent energy. It also includes current and voltage inputs, power and an SD card.

The Enerteq kit is a complete solution for anyone involved in alternative energy or other power requirements that need network analysis. The kit contains four voltage clamp wires with banana plugs, one power adaptor (85-265 V AC to 9 V DC), one 1 GB SD card, three Rogowski coils, one power meter and one USB-to-SD adaptor in a robust lockable case with attached shoulder strap.

For more information contact Christo Vosloo, Mimic Components, +27 11 689 5700, christo@mimic.co.za, www.mimic.co.za


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Supplied By: Mimic Components
Tel: +27 11 689 5700
Fax: +27 11 493 8821
Email: sales@mimic.co.za
www: www.mimic.co.za
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