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Take charge of your power quality health with Fluke 1777


Power quality measurements can be complex to set up and frustrating when critical events are missed. Fluke introduced the new Fluke 1777, which captures more than 500 power quality parameters by default, ensuring that critical power quality events are never missed — from fast transients up to 8 kV, harmonics up to 30 kHz, and dips and swells to voltage, current, and power measurements that allow technicians to characterize electrical systems. The Fluke 1770 Series guides technicians through the entire setup process to eliminate measurement errors and ensure that all of the appropriate parameters are selected. The Fluke 1770 Series also assists technicians in identifying issues more quickly and clearly, ensuring that the correct data is always collected.

The 1770 Series features:

  • Automatic power and power quality parameter measurement — Critical power quality data is captured as soon as a session begins, with no extensive set-up or selections required.
  • Intuitive user interface — At the touch of a button, you can switch between measurement parameters such as V/A/Hz, power, dips and swells, harmonics, unbalance, and PQ health.
  • High-speed voltage transient capture — Capture and mitigate the effects of damaging high-speed, high-magnitude transients before they cause equipment failure.


Capture, troubleshoot and mitigate voltage transients.

Voltage transients have a negative impact on otherwise healthy systems on a daily basis, and their ability to damage equipment should not be underestimated. By leveraging the power of the latest Intel Cyclone FPGA, the Fluke 1775 and 1777 capture high-speed transients faster than ever before, allowing users to effectively capture, troubleshoot, and mitigate the most damaging power quality issues.


Simple and powerful reporting

Powerful Fluke Energy Analyzer Plus software, created to analyze power quality data right out of the box without extensive training, is included as standard equipment with the Fluke 1770 Series power quality analyzers. Even while the data is still being collected, it enables technicians to quickly compare results to historical values, benchmark against industry norms, compare measured data to local conditions, and build a more comprehensive picture of what’s happening throughout the facility.


Automatic measurements. More flexibility. Better power quality troubleshooting.

The complexities of power quality logging, troubleshooting, and analysis are eliminated by Fluke 1770 Series Three-Phase Power Quality Analyzers. The 1770 Series offers automatic measurements, a simple user interface and setup, best-in-class specifications, and a simplified reporting platform. It was designed to be a quicker, easier way to perform power quality studies. A power outlet or long extension cords are not necessary because the instrument can be powered directly from the measurement circuit. You won’t ever miss a crucial power quality event again with the 1770 Series thanks to fast transients up to 8 kV, harmonics up to 30 kHz, dips and swells, as well as the voltage, current, and power measurements that let you characterize your electrical system.


As an electrician, you need a power quality analyzer that can travel with you and do what you require when you arrive. The 1770 Series makes it easier to complete tasks with a wide range of accessories and built-in features. The slim ergonomic design and integrated hand strap make it easy to hold, and the included hanging kit makes securing your analyzer inside a cabinet simple. The integrated internal power supply allows the unit to be powered directly from the measured circuit, and a 90-minute battery ensures that you can access and review data even when not connected to a live system.