Hobo UX120-017M, UX120-017 4-Channel Pulse Data Logger

Brand: Onset Hobo
Model: UX120-017M, UX120-017

highly versatile, 4-channel energy data logger that combines the functionality of four separate data loggers into one compact unit.

Description

It enables energy management professionals – from energy auditors to building commissioners – to easily track building energy consumption, equipment runtimes, and water and gas flow rates. The HOBO UX120 Pulse Data Logger is available in a standard memory model (UX120-017) capable of 500,000 measurements and an expanded memory version (UX120-017M) capable of over 4,000,000 measurements.

 

Highlighted Features
Simultaneously measures and records pulse signals, events, state changes, and runtimes
Stores up to over 4 million measurements, enabling longer deployments with fewer site visits
Maximum pulse rate – 120 Hz
Pulse input range – 0 to 24VDC
Streamlines deployment via a range of start/stop options, logger status LEDs, and high-speed USB 2.0 data offload
Works with Onset’s Energy & Power Meter to measure Power Factor (PF), Reactive Power (VAR), Watt Hours (Wh) and more. Learn how.

The T-VER-E50B2 Energy and Power Meter outputs (3) sets of pulses which are logged by the UX120-017. These pulses represent Watt-hours, Amp-hours, and VAR-hours. HOBOware software uses these pulse values to caclulate AC Current, AC Voltage, kW, Power Factor, VARs, and VA. The formulas used in these calculations can be found here: 14993-A-Derived-Channels.zip
Compatible with HOBOware and HOBOware Pro software for logger setup, graphing and analysis
In what environment does this data logger operate?
This data logger operates in an indoor environment.

 

What measurements does this data logger support?
The UX120-017M data logger supports the following measurements: AC Voltage, Amp Hour (Ah), Amps (A), Event, Kilowatt Hours (kWh), Kilowatts (kW), Motor On/Off, Power Factor (PF), Pulse Input, Runtime, State Open/Closed, Volt-Amp Reactive, Volt-Amp Reactive hour, Volt-Amps (VA), Volts (V), Water Flow, Watt Hours (Wh) and Watts (W)