The VAF60 Digital AC Monitor provides accurate low cost digital instrumentation for AC volts, amps, frequency and kW. The VAF60 displays ac voltage from 90 to 300 VAC RMS, AC current from 0 to 150 amps, AC frequency from 40 to 70 Hz and computes volt-amps (kW) from 0.0 to 45.0 kW. You can set Low and High voltage alarms and Low and High frequency alarms. When activated, the VAF60 built-in 85 dB alarm will sound and the display will flash. You can use the built-in generator cut-out output from the VAF60 to automatically shut down a faulty or out-of-condition generator or program the output terminal to send NMEA 0183 serial data at 4800 BAUD of AC Volts, Amps, Frequency and kW for remote monitoring of the data. Five levels of backlighting can be selected and all set-up, calibration constants and alarm values are saved to non-volatile memory. The VAF60 comes complete with both voltage and current transformers to measure ac volts and ac current.
All constants and calibrations are pre-set during manufacture but you may alter these settings to suit your particular needs. Calibrations can be altered using the front-panel switches for: AC voltage, AC current, AC frequency, low and high voltage alarms and low and high frequency alarms.
With a press of the button you can display volts, amps, frequency or kW.
High volts, Low volts and High and Low frequency alarms can be independently set using the front panel switches and all alarms can be turned ON/OFF simultaneously with the press of a single key.
The VAF60 draws only 0.017 amps can be powered from any 9.5 to 33.0 VDC power source. 5 levels of backlight (including OFF) can be selected from the front panel and is saved to non-volatile memory.
The VAF60 outputs standard NMEA 0183 serial data of AC volts, Amps and Frequency.
This ASCII information can be used to log performance or repeat the display information at a remote location
on the matching CruzPro RP60 and/or RP110 data repeaters (see www.cruzpro.com/rp30.html and www.cruzpro.com/rp110.html).
If NMEA 0183 serial data
is not required, then the output terminal can be programmed as an external alarm output pin or generator