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The Dranetz HDPQ Xplorer Power Quality Analyzer has what it takes when it comes to energy monitoring capabilities, for both long and short duration surveys.READ MORE >>
Distortion, harmonics and variations in voltage can cause a variety of problems in electrical lines, resulting in wasted power, accelerated deterioration of equipment, and high levels of electromagnetic interference, causing an electrical system to become unstable and eventually breakdown.READ MORE >>
Power quality analyzers are the generally used tools to capture readings and collect data for analysis. While some are permanently installed in the distribution system, handheld analyzers are utilized for numerous applications, especially troubleshooting.
Handheld analyzers are lightweight and capable of measuring a variety of parameters. The most typical include voltage, amperage, frequency, dips (sags) and swells in voltage values, power factor, harmonic currents, and the resulting distortion and crest factor, power and energy, voltage and current unbalance, inrush current values, and light flicker.READ MORE >>
Managing energy and reducing related expenses is always very important for any company. In addition to industry best power quality monitoring capabilities, the Dranetz HDPQ Xplorer Power Quality Analyzer has extensive demand and energy monitoring capabilities for both long and short duration surveys.READ MORE >>
The Megger MIT430-TC2 Insulation Resistance and Continuity Tester is designed specifically for use within the telecommunications industry.READ MORE >>
The Amprobe DM-III Multitest Power Quality Recorder is used to analyze power quality characteristics of single and poly-phase systems up to 600 Volts AC, and also has the capability to measure insulation and ground resistance.
Essential in diagnosing common electrical issues, the Amprobe DM-III is a three-phase power quality analyzer that is able to perform the following tests:READ MORE >>
The Dranetz HDPQ Xplorer Power Quality Analyzer offers a high speed transient data capture (1 microsecond/channel) capability, while it simultaneously captures and characterizes thousands of parameters by using a range of standard and customizable operating modes.
Dranetz HDPQ Xplorer Power Quality Analyzer featuress:
- High Definition PQ & Energy Monitoring – 1000Vrms, AC/DC, 512 samples/cycle
- High Speed Digitized Transients to 1us – to 2000Vpk
- Eight channels, 4 voltage & 4 current
- AnswerModules – Sag directivity, PF capacitor identification, motor – automatic event categorization
- Advanced PQ – IEC 61000-4-30 Class A & IEEE 1159 compliant
- Harmonics – IEC 61000-4-7, IEEE 519
- Transient capabilities – V & I – waveshape triggers. Beyond standards
- IEE 1459 Advanced Power Measurements
- 10,000 cycle pre/post trigger buffer
- EN 50160 Ed 3
Dranetz HDPQ Xplorer Power Quality Analyzer applications:
- Power Quality surveys and diagnostics
- Power surveys
- Motor testing & diagnosis
- Fault recording
- Transient recording
- Inrush testing for transformers, motors, etc.
- Energy management & load surveys
- Data logging
- Harmonic analysis
- Advanced load distortion and imbalance
- Alternative energy production – Solar, Wind – Panel strings, batteries, inverters, grid interconnect, forward & reverse energy
- Compliance testing
- Flicker testing
- Capacitor testing
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With its high speed transient data capture (1 microsecond/channel) capabilities, the Dranetz HDPQ Xplorer Power Quality Analyzer is an 8-channel PQ monitoring system that simultaneously captures and characterizes thousands of parameters, by using a range of standard and customizable operating modes.
The unique measurement capabilities of the Dranetz HDPQ includes:READ MORE >>
Power quality test equipment is used to indicate of how efficiently a system can support reliable working of all its loads. A power event or disturbance may involve frequency, current or voltage. These power disturbances can occur in consumer loads, consumer power systems, or in the utility department.READ MORE >>