Power Quality Analyzer

Business Type Exporter, Supplier, Retailer, Wholesaler
Size (LxWxH) 235x165x75mm
Weight (with battery) Approx 1kg
Internal memory 15Mbyes
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Location Worldwide

Product Details

industrial Use, Laboratory Use

Power Quality Analyzer is used to measure log power quality parameters as defined by IEC 61000-4-30 (class A). Our Power Quality Analyzer facilitates steady-state voltage deviation. In addition, it comes with long-term and short-term flicker perceptibility. We have gained many accolades for exporting and supplying high reliable and durable Power Quality Analyzer.

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Measured parameters Can be applied for

Power quality parameters (under- and overdeviation of voltage, frequency deviation as defined by IEC 61000-4-

30, class A

AC power certification»; measurement results can be used in arbitration as a proof of compliance/non-compliance of AC power to the quality declared by a distributor

Accidental events :

• voltage interruptions

• dips,

• swells

Detection and analysis of emergency situations

Short circuits, power cutoffs, distorting loads, overloads etc.

Active power of:

• harmonics

• negative sequence

• zero sequence

Active power of:

• harmonics

• negative sequence

• zero sequence

• Voltage (0.1–600V),

• Current (0.01–3500A),

• Active, reactive and apparent power

• Power factor

Energy savings

Logging of these values make it possible to build detailed graphs of consumer demand

(consumer load graphs) and achieve energy savings by discovering energy wastes and, e.g.,

deciding on measures for reactive load compensation

Energy efficiency classification

Logging of power consumption data makes it possible to classify appliances with respect to

power consumed in various operation modes

Active (kWh) and reactive (kVarh) energy (export and import), phase and phase-to-phase angles for currents and voltages, vector diagram

Inspection of meter reading and billing systems

Check of meter’s connectivity and performance; testing of AMR systems

Active energy (kWh)

(measured synchronously by two

class A instruments)

Determining energy losses in power transmission lines

Makes it possible to localize points with limits-exceeding energy losses (focusing on either

technical or commercial aspect)


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