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REED R5003 AC Voltage/Current Datalogger

Range 10 to 600V
Accuracy ±(2.0% rdg + 1V)
Resolution 0.1V
AC Current
Range 10 to 200A
Accuracy ±(2.0% rdg + 1A)
Resolution 0.1A
General Specifications
Channels Dual channel, TRMS AC Voltage or Current
Display Dual LCD
Min/Max Yes
Datalogging Capabilities Yes
Real-Time Clock and Date Stamp Yes
Selectable Sampling Rate 1 sec to 24 hours
Max Datapoints 256,000
Auto Shut-off Yes (after 5 mins of inactivity)
Low Battery Indicator Yes
Clamp Jaw Opening 0.5″ (12.7mm)
Power Supply 4 AAA Batteries or AC Adapter
Battery Life Sampling Time Dependent
PC Connectivity USB Cable
Software Yes (Included)
Software OS Compatibility Windows XP / Windows 10 / Vista / 7 / 8
Overvoltage Category CAT. III 600V
Product Certifications CE
Operating Temperature 0 to 122°F (0 to 50°C)
Storage Temperature -4 to 140°F (-20 to 60°C)
Operating Humidity Range 10 to 75%
Dimensions 4.5 x 2.5 x 1.3″ (114 x 63 x 34 mm)
Weight 8.7oz (248g)


REED R5003 Offers

Simultaneously measure 2 AC voltage inputs or 2 AC current inputs or 1 AC voltage and 1 AC current input. The R5003 can operate remotely with batteries or be plugged in with the included AC adapter. Stored measurements can be downloaded via USB interface and either analyzed with the included software or exported to Microsoft Excel.


  • Datalog up to 256,000 AC voltage and current measurements
  • Dual input measures 2 voltage/current measurements or 1 of each
  • LCD simultaneously displays time/date, current readings and Max/Min readings
  • User adjustable sample rate from 1 sec to 24 hrs
  • High and low alarms
  • Download measurements via USB interface and analyze results with included software
  • Magnetic back allows instrument and sensors to be secured firmly in a variety of locations
  • Low battery indicator and auto shut off
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