Fluke’s 1770 series three-phase power quality analyzer eliminates the complexities of power quality logging, troubleshooting and analysis. It is powered directly from the measurement circuit, eliminating the need to find a power outlet or use an extension cord.
Megger’s MPQ2000 portable power quality analyzer is weatherproof to NEMA 4 standard for use in any environment. The onboard data analysis can compare results against compliance standards. The configuration verification highlights if it has been connected incorrectly.
Fluke’s Norma 6003 portable power analyzer measures voltage, current, active power, reactive power, apparent power, power factor and harmonics with associated values. It can be installed in spaces as small as 9.6 cm thick. Users can ensure high common-mode rejection and allow flexible configurations according to measurement requirements using the electrically isolated channels.
Megger’s MPQ1000 handheld power quality analyzer features a configuration verification that identifies and notifies users if the product has been connected incorrectly. The onboard data analysis can compare results against canned or custom standards.
AEMC’s 8333 PowerPad III is a compact, shock-resistant three-phase power quality analyzer. It enables users to measure and carry out diagnostics and power quality work on single- or three-phase networks. It has memory available for storing trend data, alarms, transients and snapshot data. Trend data can recorded for various periods.