Monthly Archives: July 2013

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More Elcomponent Meters at Strathclyde University

 

Following hot on the heels (literally, considering last weeks weather) of the initial phase of automatic sub-metering at Strathclyde Uni, we are delighted to be tasked with adding the Halls of Residence to the system.? Phase I has been delivered in record time thanks to heroic levels of overtime and hard work from the client’s Estates Dept and our own project team, with final commissioning being completed this week.?

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SPC Data Logger Now Even More Attractive!

In response to customer demand you can now use our SPC Pro 3 phase data logger upside down, providing you have a?(ferrous) metal surface to stick it to!? We’ve learned that a simple upgrade like magnetic feet can make a big difference to keeping the logger out of harm’s way in many circumstances.? As the SPC Pro uses a genuine ‘Peli’ case it’s always been easy to lock the instrument down using a bicycle type cable lock through the security lug, but if the unit can be ‘stuck’ to a handy metal surface this can make it a lot easier to hide away or simply keep it off the floor!?

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Battery Packs for the SPC Pro Data Logger are Here!

As promised, we now have the new upgraded SPC Pro in stock, along with the new external battery packs.? This upgrade dramatically increases the operating flexibility of the SPC Pro 3 phase data logger when used without a power supply/voltage source.? If you need to log an electrical load where there is no mains power socket readily available (or any safe way of using croc clips)?the SPC Pro has a battery life of up to three weeks?which is pretty good, but sometimes not good enough.? The external battery packs solve that problem as they offer additional power for surveys?of up to 12 long weeks.