New Power Recorder Troubleshooting Hard-To-Find Power Quality Problems
Mar 03 2010
Fluke Europe announce the Fluke 1750 Power Recorder, which is designed to provide users with long-term visibility into installation or distribution system to address intermittent or hard-to-diagnose power quality issues.
The Fluke 1750 Power Recorder features a unique capture algorithm that enables users to record every measurement on every event on every cycle without first applying thresholds. Its built-in wireless PDA interface provides a window into what the instrument is recording and enables remote configuration in awkward test locations.
The Fluke 1750 Power Recorder uses IEC 61000 4-30 algorithms for all power quality parameters, it eliminates the time-consuming and often complex set-ups and the blind spots associated with threshold-driven equipment by enabling users to apply thresholds after data is collected. Fluke Power Analyzer Software enables easy analysis of captured data and rapidly generates reports – the new EN50106 power quality data compliance report is created automatically. It requires only single-lead voltage connections; automatically detects, scales and powers current probes; and automatically begins recording once power is applied. With the Bluetooth PDA interface, users can view waveform displays, meter screens and phasor diagrams in real time; swap channels internally without reconnecting wires; and control multiple Fluke 1750 Power Recorders from a distance.
The Fluke 1750 Power Recorder is designed to provide a complete analysis of power quality, harmonics, flicker, power and energy with cross-channel current and voltage triggering on all 10 input channels simultaneously. The Snapshot mode enables users to capture and analyze waveforms at defined intervals, and users can flag events in the data stream with notes in voice, data or photo format using a PDA. For applications requiring long-term recording, the Fluke 1750 includes internal flash memory for data storage and enables users to download data directly onto the included memory card or transfer data to a computer via an Ethernet connection.
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