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Electrocorder EC-2VA

Part No : EC-2VA

Quick Overview

Allows users to monitor & resolve single-phase voltage and current issues

Availability: In stock



Ideal for industrial & utility logging, with dual coil support, the EC2VA  is used to monitor both voltage and current variations helping them to diagnose any related issues, or to gather data perhaps to make representations to their power supplier. As the product records both voltage and current, users can determine if low voltage is related to high current demands on site, or if the low voltage is being supplied to the site.


Key Points:

  • Voltage Range: 300Vrms 
  • Current Range: 300A
  • Large Orange Rogowski Coils fit around 140mm/5” cables
  • Small Green Rogowski Coils fit around 50mm/2” cables
  • Voltage Accuracy: ±2% of reading (10 bit) within 90Vac - 300Vrms otherwise ±3%. (50/60Hz ±2%)
  • Current Accuracy: 2% of range, typically
  • CAT Rating: 300V CAT III
  • Recording Averaging Period: 1 sec to 60 mins 
  • Recording Standard: EN50160
  • Environmental Sealing: IP65 as standard
  • Size & Weight: Metric - 145x90x45mm & 500g
  • Harmonised Code: 9030.39.01


This new model has detachable coils, allowing you to swap coils, the logger automatically adjusts to compensate for the coil used. You can even swap coils during logging and the logger will record the change.  Note, the Rogowski Coils breaks open at the black joint, allowing it to be placed around cables (of up to 140mm diameter) without having to break the main circuit. Large Orange Rogowski Coils fit around 140mm/5” cables, the smaller Green coils fits 50mm/2” cables.


The advantage of the Electrocorder products over most others is that our data loggers constantly sample information (recording the Min, Max and Average) over the set period, many other products only take 'snap shots' of what is going on and can miss 99.9% of the data that is critical to your analysis.

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