Your go-to Multimeter - Fluke 87v Max
Almost every manufacturer faces electrical problems, and these problems can and will have an impact on productivity, machine performance, and electrical costs. This is where power quality comes in, as it is an important factor in maintaining a device's optimal performance. Unfortunately, when it comes to routine maintenance and/or troubleshooting, it is frequently overlooked. Power Analyzer technology is intended to collect, interpret, and diagnose relevant data from electrical components and internal power distribution systems. The Fluke 1770 Series features a one-of-a-kind system for automatically collecting measurements, ensuring that you always get accurate results. It also allows you to select and adjust specific parameters as needed. With the default settings, more than 500 network quality parameters are recorded. The guided configuration makes it simple to select the appropriate parameters for the system under consideration. Logged data can be instantly viewed, downloaded, and shared using Fluke Energy Analyse Plus software, eliminating the need to wait for a session to end before reviewing or analysing data.
Fluke's top-of-the-line 1770 Series Three-Phase Power Quality Analyzer is the Fluke 1777 Three-Phase Power Quality Analyzer. It can measure over 500 parameters, including harmonics, dips, swells, unbalance, voltage, current, and power, and offers high-speed transient capture up to 8kV with 1MS/s and 20MS/s sampling rates. Like the other models in this series, the Fluke 1777 Three-Phase Power Quality Analyzer has a simplified reporting platform, an easy-to-use interface, and automatic measurement capture technology. It also has a PQ Meter function that gives you instant access to live data, allowing you to swiftly detect potential problems while troubleshooting. The Fluke 1777's big, vivid touchscreen display displays results and readings; data may be uploaded to a PC via a USB or Wi-Fi interface.
Energy studies - Obtain detailed power and energy consumption profiles during energy audits to identify potential savings.
- Measure V, I, kW, Cos/DPF, kWhr
- Measure MIN/MAX and AVG values
- 10 day logging
Basic harmonics analysis - Determine the source of distortion in your installation so that you can filter or separate those loads.
- THD measurement (V & I)
- Harmonics 1 to 25 for V & I
Advanced harmonics analysis - If distorting loads are causing issues in your installation, you'll need detailed data to pinpoint the source and devise a solution.
- Full harmonic spectrum
- Power Harmonics
Basic industrial power quality troubleshooting - When doing troubleshooting in the field, graphical data allows you to track down the source of the issue.
- Oscilloscope function
- Voltage dips and swells
Advanced power quality troubleshooting - Complex installations frequently necessitate delving deeper into measurement data. Multiple loads may be randomly interacting to cause a single problem.
- Comprehensive logging capability
- Inrush current - Determine peak current from load switching.
- Flicker - Determine the consequences of disturbing switching equipment.
- 20 MHz transients - Capture high-speed voltage waveforms caused by switching or network disruptions.
- Mains signaling - A network-monitored signal used for network-wide equipment control.
- Capture of event waveforms - Visualization of dips and swells to determine the cause of the events
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