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Hi i am just planning a Physics experiment where i accelerate Ionized Gases onto a target sample. For this Experiment i need to monitor the power constantly over a week or longer. For my later data analysis i need accurate Messurements of power consumption, heat, light intensity, and many more. I have one main power input wich will be connected to a power supply that doesnt support datalogging. The main input voltage will be arround 200-300V and the Current might spike to values about 5-10 A.
I figured everything out now except for the powermonitoring i am not sure what i should do in this situation because most sensors are not rated for these values. I hope one of you guys might come up with an idea
I apologize for my bad english spelling
With best regards
weiserhase

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  • Details missing: The main input voltage will be arround 200-300V and the Current might spike to values about 5-10 A - AC or DC?
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    Nov 28, 2021 at 15:48

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I bought this unit for home power monitoring : https://a.aliexpress.com/_m0fEuEq. Still not tested it but looks something similar to what you are looking for

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