New Products for Power Quality

07/19/2006



Power quality logger is for users conducting load studies to comply with NEC 220.87. The device can measure most three-phase power parameters and enables users to easily verify instrument set-up with color display of waveforms and trends. 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 1735 logger by Fluke, click here .

Cyber-security for power generators is offered in three configurations and has been validated to operate with the manufacturer’s systems. The products will help users comply with industry regulations and standards, such as the NERC Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP) standards, which became effective in June. For more about Symantec systems for Emerson Ovation, click here .

TVSS power event monitor helps users gauge and monitor surges. The unit is mounted on the door inside the TVSS and is easily integrated without increasing the size of the footprint. It continuously monitors the electrical distribution system and records and stores power quality disturbance data. It collects real-time data for up to 5,000 events and provides immediate notification. For more about TVSS power event monitor from Eaton, click here .

Power management software for Linux provides a UPS power management solution fully based on open-source code. The software is designed for local PC and server applications, giving users information on important parameters such as power consumption and includes an intuitive screen that displays remaining battery backup time. This real-time indicator works in conjunction with a power-consumption sensor that detects how much of the UPS-rated power is being used by connected equipment.For more about Personal Solution Pac from MGE, click here .





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