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AC Current and Voltage Data Logger with Display

$231.20

Item# OM-DVCV

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AC Current and Voltage Data Logger with Display OM-DVCV OM-DVCV
AC Current and Voltage Data Logger with Display is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 10.
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  • Measures AC Current up to 300A and Voltage up to 600V
  • Text Display: Real Time Measurements, Logging Summary, Sample Rate, Memory Used and Memory Left
  • Visual Over and Under Alarm Indicators
  • USB Connection
  • Compatible with Windows® XP, Vista, 7, 8 and 10 (32-Bit and 64-Bit)
  • Ideal for MRO Studies, Industrial Processes, Troubleshooting Electrical Problems
5 Year Warranty

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Product Specs

  • Alarm Visual over and under alarm indicator for current and voltage watts alarms are not available
  • Display Type Graphical
  • File Format Exportable to text or Excel® files
  • Maximum Ambient Temperature 65°C (150°F)
  • Minimum Ambient Temperature -10°C (15°F)

The OM-DVCV is a self-contained, precision AC current and AC voltage Data Logger.

The OM-DVCV can record voltage up to 600 Vac and current up to 300 Aac. The OM-DVCV records true RMS AC current and AC voltage. It measures RMS signals up to the 21st harmonic at 60 Hz. The OM-DVCV can store up to 21,672 points when recording both voltage and current. It can store up to 43,344 samples when recording only voltage or only current.

The OM-DVCV features a display that allows the user to see measured current, voltage and power (in Watts). In addition, the unit graphs the current and voltage that has been logged during the current logging session. A summary screen shows information about the logging session, such as the logging rate, the number of samples recorded, the length of the recording and the amount of time left for recording.

Easy-to-use Windows software is included with the OM-DVCV. The software is a full-featured program that allows you to set-up all data logger functions including sampling rate, logging duration, start mode, logging mode, and high and low alarm values. Once data has been logged, the program then allows you to download data from the logger, plot the data and export the data to an ASCII text or Excel® file format for further analysis.

Specifications
DATA LOGGER
Measurement Type:
True RMS up to the 21st harmonic at 60 Hz
Current:
    Range:
1 to 300 Aac
    Accuracy: ±1.0 A
    Resolution: 0.2 A
Voltage:
    Range:
1 to 600 Vac
    Accuracy: ±0.4V
    Resolution: 0.2V
Text Display: Displays real time current, voltage and watts; displays logging summary, sample rate, memory used and memory left
Graph Display: Shows measurement trends graphically; graph can be scrolled through the entire logged data
Sample Point Capacity: 43,344 points for current or voltage only; 21,672 points for current and voltage
Alarms: Visual over and under alarm indicator for current and voltage; watts alarms are not available
Calibration: No user calibration is available
Operating Temperature: -10 to 65°C (15 to 150°F)
Storage Temperature: -20 to 70°C (-5 to 160°F)
Time Accuracy: ±100 ppm @ 24°C (75°F)
Power: Three “AA” batteries (included)
Battery Life: 1 year continuous use, 2 years average use; the logger automatically turns itself off after 1 hour, when not logging; turn on by pressing any button
Dimensions: 10.2 W x 7.7 H x 3.8 cm D (4 x 3.05 x 1.5')
Weight: 200 g (7.0 oz)

SOFTWARE
PC Interface:
USB port
Sampling Interval: User selectable from 1 second to 9 hours, in 1 second increments
Operating System Compatibility: Windows® XP, Vista, 7, 8 and 10 (32-bit and 64-bit)
Recording Start: On button press, immediate after set-up, or at a user specified date and time
Recording Mode Stop: On memory full, or continuous recording with memory rollover
Real Time Status: Visual indication through the status LED. Software real time status.
User Information: Up to 30 characters
Logger Channels: User selectable; disabling channels increases the storage capacity of the other channels
Units: US and Metric
Data Format: Exportable to text or Excel® files

Rated 5 out of 5 by from Functional and easy to use This is a compact unit that can be placed inside most industrial enclosures and out of site for data logging purposes. We collected data over a seven day period and was very satisfied with the results. The set is very intuitive and the data can be exported to a .XLS file and manipulated into several types of reports.
Date published: 2016-07-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Value! I have used this for logging equipment loads for 24hrs a day for a full week now. It is simple to set up and activate. It is a really nice unit for the relatively inexpensive cost. The output of data is easy to import into Excel for manipulation and plotting. the unit's internal plotting is a decent instant visual if you are mainly observing trends. I would buy this again.
Date published: 2017-06-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great value -- easy to use surprisingly easy to set up and export data to excel.
Date published: 2017-01-28
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Almost perfeclittle logger This logger has the features and software that is easy to use and the loggers are a easy to set up. One thing it needs is more memory for longer duration. I'm logging emergency branch circuits that need 2-10 second intervals for 30 days for engineering purposes. This unit does not have the capacity for that many points of data. Now I am having to swap loggers ever 48 hours for data and open the electrical cabinet every two days. This increases my risk of arc flash exposure etc...It would be nice if the spec sheet online listed the data point memory so I could determine if the logger was suitable for my application.
Date published: 2017-02-01
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not Suitable for Incoming Service This unit has one amp clamp. You will need to purchase two units if your intent is to monitor A and B phase.
Date published: 2020-04-02
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Communication problems Trying to obtain a 30 day reading of a panel. Setup both meters two weeks ago to start logging upon activation of the start button. Went to check today, loggers did not activate. Took about 20 minutes to reset due to constant communication problems between the logger software and the loggers.
Date published: 2018-10-28
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Still trying to get a working unit I purchased this unit, and it failed to work right out of the box. The software did not automatically install as required, leaving us puzzled and unable to do anything. We were able to display measurements on the unit, but only the voltage appeared to work. The current reading always indicated 0.0, even with a test circuit where we had other meters attached. It required a couple of tech support calls before the unit was diagnosed as defective. I'm hoping the replacement works as designed.
Date published: 2018-10-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Consistent Qmega logger consistently logs data and the software recognizes the logger each time data is downloaded. Minor problem initially with usb driver not on the mini cd supplied. Went to omega website found it and downloaded. Works well and interesting trends showing up.
Date published: 2018-08-01
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Where can I download he software for my OM-DVCV data logger?

Asked by: Sammy0505
Thank you for your question. Please see link to our website to OM-DVCV software-ftp://ftp.omega.com/public/DASGroup/products/OM-DVTH_DVT4/OmegaLog1503.zip
Answered by: Raptor
Date published: 2020-08-12

We have a OM-DVCV data logger which we are attempting to access with the supplied software to download the data. However I have attempted to access the data logger with two separate computers but neither have been able to find the data logger. Help

Asked by: Giulio
Typically reinstalling the drivers as administrator will fix this issue. Please unplug the logger from the computer and close the software. Right click on the software icon and choose open file location. On the USBdriver folder, right click on the USBDataLogInstaller and select run as administrator.
Answered by: DA Engineer
Date published: 2020-07-30

Where can I download the logging software that works with this specific device?

Asked by: jackie234509
Hello, thank you for your question. You can install the latest version of the software from the following link: ftp://ftp.omega.com/public/DASGroup/products/OM-DVTH_DVT4/OmegaLog1503.zip
Answered by: DA Engineer
Date published: 2020-07-30

Hi, my device is not recognized by my computer?

Asked by: Nat78
You have to e-mail DAS@OMEGA.COM or 1-800-872-9436 -DAS post- Engineering Support.
Answered by: Cheetah
Date published: 2020-06-11

The manu states for continuous monitoring an isolation transformer should be used. Is this required if the computer is on a different phase of power? If an isolation transformer is used what are the recommend voltages ratios?

Asked by: mrautomation
Please direct your question to Das Engineering for review and they will get back to you. The e-mail is DAS@OMEGA.COM
Answered by: VLP4
Date published: 2020-04-25

can the batteries of the data loggers be recharged, if yes how, if not how do they get replaced?

Asked by: mrautomation
The batteries are not rechargeable and can be replaced in the field , they are 3 AA alkaline.
Answered by: LPVDAS
Date published: 2020-04-23

Omega OM DVCV Shows voltage but doesn't show current (amps) if clamp is used. How can i fix this?

Asked by: Klaas
You have to configure the logger with the software before using and make sure you enable the current channel.
Answered by: cwengineer3
Date published: 2020-04-06

I need to monitor electrical power supplied by local power company into my breaker panel. Will this work and what is best way to connect meter? Each leg is 120 volts coming into breaker box, and will be energized when connecting meter.

Asked by: KVK0711
The unit has leads with alligator clips for connecting to the voltage source you want to monitor and it comes with a current clamp to monitor current.
Answered by: cwengineer3
Date published: 2020-07-17
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