Power quality meters

Emerson Network Power’s ASCO 5400 Series Power Quality Meters can capture present complete data on sags, swells, and other events no matter how small.

10/20/2013


Emerson Network Power’s ASCO 5400 Series Power Quality Meters can capture present complete data on sags, swells, and other events no matter how small. Courtesy: Emerson Network PowerEmerson Network Power’s ASCO 5400 Series Power Quality Meters can capture every event that occurs in on-site power systems, no matter how fast or small. Continuous, high-speed wave form recording and transient harmonic displays are what enable the ASCO Power Quality Meters to capture and present complete data on sags, swells, and other events. The meters also track and store data on time-of-day energy consumption, flicker, crest, and K-factor. They aggregate and synchronize events from multiple meters to the millisecond with ITIC1 compliance curves. Continuous wave form recording eliminates setting thresholds, triggers, and events. ASCO Power Quality Meters generate automated reports for prescheduled periods and provide compliance testing to parameters in accordance with EN50160 and IEC 61000-4-15/IEC 61000-4-30. During power outages, a 25-second power ride-through provides uninterrupted data recording. ASCO Power Quality Meters can capture data from gen-sets, utility mains, power transfer switches, UPSs, paralleling gear, TVSS, PDUs, and critical power distribution boards. 

Emerson Network Power 

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