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Features of power loggers
The power logger features a number of simple controls that you can use to capture and log various types of information. They also have ports where you can connect different power lines. Many of the units will store the data onboard, while they may also be able to record and send that data to PC-based software. It depends on the model you use.
How power loggers work
The power logger works similarly to a power quality analyzer. However, instead of measuring and analyzing the quality of the power, these devices record the actual power consumption. For that reason, they are sometimes used in conjunction with analyzers. The power logger is capable of capturing all of the power that you are using and storing it over time. This will give you a better idea of exactly how much energy is being consumed at any given time. You may find that reprogramming the HVAC system for the weekends when no one is at the job can help to save your company some money, for example.
About power loggers
No one likes the idea of spending any more money on electricity than they need to. However, that’s just the problem that many companies are running into on a daily basis. One of the first things to do is to learn how much energy you are using and when you are using it. The best way to do this is to start using a power logger. The logger makes it easy to capture the current, voltage, power, energy, and more so you know exactly where you are spending, and in some cases overspending, when it comes to energy.