New Products for Power Quality and Reliability

06/27/2006


Power quality analyzer is three-phase and features eight independent channels. The unit incorporates a color touchscreen into a lightweight design. User can select length and mode of data collection, including troubleshooting, data logging, power quality surveys, energy and load balancing. For more about PowerGuide 4400 by Dranetz BMI, click here .

High-resistance grounding kit is designed for 600 volts and lower and consists of three parts: a front control plate, the internal control plate and an enclosed resistor suitable for remote mounting. The kit is compatible with switchgear from most manufacturers. For more about Pulser Plus Pro from Post Glover, click here .

Power quality logger can be configured in seconds to record critical three-phase power parameters for up to 45 days. The device is designed for those who conducting load studies to comply with National Electrical Code (NEC) 220.87, Energy Assessments and General Power Quality Logging. It includes four flexible current probes that require no external power or batteries; the instrument automatically detects and scales the probes to measure all three phases and neutral. For more about the 1735 Power Logger from Fluke, click here .





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