PicoLog CLoud available Now!
As before, our loggers and oscilloscopes are PC connected, whether it’s with a Windows PC, macOS, Linux or even the small form factor Raspberry Pi, but now the real game changer introduced to PicoLog 6.2 Cloud is that our loggers and oscilloscopes can stream live captures to a secure and reliable cloud service hosted by a well-known global cloud service provider.
The PicoLog CM3 is a three-channel data logger that uses industry-standard current clamps. Simply connect to your PC via USB or Ethernet, run the supplied software and you can monitor and log current for a wide range of applications.
Suitable for single or three-phase alternating currents
High resolution and accuracy
No power supply required
USB and Ethernet interfaces
Run multiple units on a single PC
Mains current monitoring
Three-phase load balancing
Long-term energy use recording
Energy and cost saving / ISO14001 monitoring
Flexible, expandable software included
Your PicoLog CM3 Current Data Logger is supplied with PicoLog data logging software. With PicoLog you can collect up to one million measurements, analyze them and then display the results in spreadsheet and graphical formats.
PicoLog can record data from multiple PicoLog data loggers at the same time. This allows you to collect up to 60 channels of current. You can even mix and match different PicoLog units to record a mix of current, temperature, voltage and other signals.
A software development kit (SDK) is also supplied. The SDK contains a range of software drivers and example code that you can use to write your own software or to use your PicoLog CM3 with third-party software such as LabVIEW.
Both PicoLog and the SDK are provided free of charge and updates can be downloaded for free.
Non-invasive current clamps
The CM3 measures current using industry-standard AC current clamps. These clamps have opening jaws so can be installed in seconds with no physical connection to high voltages. AC current clamps require no power supply or batteries so are ideal for long-term energy-use monitoring and logging.
Pico supply 200 A AC current clamps as standard. If you need to measure higher currents we will be happy to advise on suitable clamps for your application.
The CM3 is available on its own so you can add your own current clamps or as a cost-saving kit with three 200 A clamps included.
USB or Ethernet connection for local or remote logging
With both USB and Ethernet interfaces your PicoLog CM3 can be used in a variety of situations. If you need a portable instrument that can be used at various locations and is fast to set up and use, simply connect your laptop to the PicoLog CM3 by USB. No external power supply is required as the CM3 is powered from the USB port.
Need to monitor a situation over a period of hours or days, or from a remote location? Plug your PicoLog CM3 into a spare port on your network and then access it remotely either from your LAN or over the internet. When using Ethernet the CM3 can be powered either by Power over Ethernet (PoE) or by using the USB connection just for power.
PicoLog 6 data logging software for PicoLog CM3
PicoLog 6 is a complete data acquisition software package for the PicoLog CM3 current data loggers. It provides a visual, easy-to-use interface for users to quickly set up simple or complex acquisitions, record, view and analyze data.
Real-time data collection and display
Visual logger and channel setup for easy configuration and viewing
Available for Windows 7, 8 and 10 (32 and 64-bit), macOS and Linux
Virtually unlimited logging capacity to PC
Robust database format minimizes data loss and corruption
Simple and complex programmable alarms
Up to 4 independent graph axes
Data can be exported as CSV, clipboard image and PDF
Supports multiple different PicoLog data loggers on the same PC
Clamp-on current probes or “current clamps” enable you to measure currents without breaking the electrical circuit. Current clamps are designed with jaws that can be opened, placed around the conductor and clamped shut to form a magnetic loop around the conductor.
Current clamps offer a safe, cost-effective, simple and accurate way to take current measurements.
Our range of current clamps can be used with PicoScope Oscilloscopes and PicoLog Data Loggers, as well all major brands of oscilloscopes and multimeters.
Processor: 1 GHz
Memory: 512 MiB
Free disk space: 32-bit: 600 MB, 64-bit: 1.5 GB
Operating system: 32- or 64-bit edition of Microsoft Windows XP (SP3), Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8.1 (not Windows RT) or Windows 10
Ports: USB 1.1 port or Ethernet.
Processor: 1 GHz
Memory: 512 MiB
Free disk space: 32-bit: 850 MB, 64-bit: 2 GB
Operating system: 32- or 64-bit edition of Microsoft Windows 7, Windows 8.1 (not Windows RT) or Windows 10
Ports: USB 1.1 (or higher), or Ethernet.
0 °C to 50 °C (20 °C to 28 °C for stated accuracy)
20% to 80% RH, non-condensing
-20 °C to 60 °C
5% to 95% RH, non-condensing
184 x 135 x 36 mm (approx 7.2 x 5.3 x 1.4 in)
PicoLog for Windows
PicoLog data acquisition software can collect up to 1 million samples. Features include: Multiple views - view data as a graph, spreadsheet or text Parameter scaling - convert raw data into standard engineering units Math functions - use mathematical equations to calculate additional parameters Alarm limits - program an alert if a parameter goes out of a specified range IP networking - transfer measurements via a LAN or over the Internet Operating systems supported — Microsoft Windows XP (SP3) to Windows 10. Not Windows RT. Full details on PicoLog
Software development kit
Includes drivers and example code for various programming languages including C, C#, Excel and LabVIEW.
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