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Extech Instruments, makers of the best handheld test and measurement tools, announces the new DL150 single-channel and DL160 dual-channel true RMS AC voltage and current dataloggers. The compact new tools are designed for electrical, industrial plant maintenance, and predictive maintenance professionals who need extended recording of in-depth readings for electrical motors, components, or circuits.

The compact true RMS dataloggers measure and log AC voltage to 600V and current to 200A with sampling rates ranging from 1 per second to 1 per 24-hour period and recording capacity of 100,000 (DL150) or 256,000 readings (DL160).

Readings can be easily downloaded via USB to a laptop or PC for analysis, trending, or exporting to Excel format using the dataloggers’ software application. The two-line LCD displays time/date, current measurement and min/max values. The loggers can operate in both continuous (overwrite) or stop-when-full recording modes.

The versatile DL150 single-channel datalogger offers users three operating modes: Normal, Peak and Capture. In Capture mode, triggers can be defined to capture in-rush and transients lasting less than 0.25 milliseconds. The Peak button briefly displays peak values while still operating in normal mode.

The two-channel DL160 is useful for simultaneously logging both the current and voltage of one component or one metric from two components. A channel button alternates the display between each channel’s values.

The Extech DL150 and DL160 are CAT III-rated. Each comes complete with current clamps, test leads, USB cable, Windows® compatible software, universal AC Adaptor, and 3.6V Lithium battery. Both are available now from stocking distributors with suggested retail prices of $249.99 and $299.99 respectively. To learn more about these electrical dataloggers, or to find a distributor, please visit http://www.extech.com/instruments.

About Extech Instruments
Extech Instruments is recognized as the source for the best handheld test and measurement tools worldwide. Founded in 1971, Extech is known for its depth and breadth of innovative testers and meters suited for electrical, HVAC, building/restoration, as well as a host of environmental testers for measurement of sound, light, humidity and other factors. All Extech meters are distributed worldwide through leading representatives, distributors and OEMs. The company is headquartered in Waltham, Massachusetts, USA and is ISO 9001 2008 certified. Extech is a wholly owned subsidiary of FLIR Systems, Inc.

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