PQ3450

Extech PQ3450 3-Phase Power Analyzer/Datalogger

Extech PQ3450 3-Phase Power Analyzer/Datalogger

Description

The Extech 3-Phase Power Analyzer/Datalogger performs full system analyses with up to 35 parameters.

Features

  • Large dot-matrix, sun-readable, numerical, backlit LCD
  • Wide sampling rate range (2 seconds to 2 hours)
  • Log up to 30,000 reading on a removable SD memory card
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The Extech 3-Phase Power Analyzer/Datalogger logs up to 30,000 readings on a removable SD memory card. The adjustable current transformer and potential transformer have a 1 to 600 and 1 to 1000 power ratio for high distribution systems. 35 parameters can be analyzed: 

  • V (phase-to-phase), V (phase-to-ground)
  • A (phase-to-ground)
  • KW / KVA / KVAR / PF (phase)
  • KW / KVA / KVAR / PF (system)
  • KWH / KVAH / KVARH / PFH (system)
  • Phase angle

 

Additional meter features include built-in clock and calendar, and easy-to-ready onscreen menu.

Notable Specifications:
  • ACV (true RMS) range: 600.0V
  • ACV (true RMS) accuracy: +/-(0.5%rdg+0.5V)
  • ACA range: 1200A
  • ACA accuracy: +/-(0.5%rdg+0.5A)
  • Active power (MW) range: 9.999MW
  • Active power (MW) accuracy: +/-(1.0%rdg+0.008MW)
  • Apparent power (MVA) range: 9.999MVA
  • Apparent power (MVA) accuracy: +/-(1.0%rdg+0.008MVA)
  • Reactive power (MVAR) range: 9.999MVAR
  • Reactive power (MVAR) accuracy: +/-(1.0%rdg+0.008MVAR)
  • Power factor range: 0.00 to 1.00
  • Power factor accuracy: +/-0.04
  • Frequency range: 45Hz to 65Hz
  • Frequency accuracy: +/-0.1Hz
  • Phase range: -180° to +180.0°
  • Phase accuracy: ±1°
  • Current clamp input range: 200mV, 300mV, 500mV, 1V, 2V, 3V; user-selectable
  • Current clamp input accuracy: +/-(0.5%rdg+5d)
  • Active power energy (MWH) range: 0.0kWh to 9.999MWH
  • Active power energy (MWH) accuracy: +/-(2.0%rdg+0.008MWH)
  • Apparent power energy (MVAH) range: 0.0KVAh to 9.999MVAH
  • Apparent power energy (MVAH) accuracy: +/-(2.0%rdg+0.008MVAH)
  • Reactive power energy (MVARH) range: 0.0kVARh to 9.999MVARH
  • Reactive power energy (MVARH) accuracy: +/-(2.0%rdg+0.008MVARH)
  • Datalogging: 30,000 readings (2GB SD memory Card)
  • CE/CAT Rating: CE/CAT III-600V
  • Dimensions: 8.86x4.92x2.52" (225x125x64mm)
  • Weight: 2.2lbs (1010g)
What's Included:
  • (1) Power analyzer/datalogger
  • (4) Voltage leads with alligator clips
  • (1) 2GB SD memory card
  • (1) Universal AC adaptor (100 to 240V)
  • (8) AA batteries
  • (1) Hard carrying case
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Extech PQ3450 3-Phase Power Analyzer/Datalogger PQ3450 3-Phase power analyzer/datalogger, 1200A
$1899.00
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Extech PQ3450-2 3-Phase Power Analyzer and Datalogger PQ3450-2 3-phase power analyzer/datalogger kit, 200A, includes PQ3450 meter and PQ34-2 clamps
$2398.00
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Extech PQ3450 3-Phase Power Analyzer/Datalogger PQ3450-12 3-Phase power analyzer/datalogger kit, 1200A, includes PQ3450 meter and PQ34-12 current clamps
$2498.00
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Extech PQ3450 3-Phase Power Analyzer/Datalogger PQ3450-30 3-Phase power analyzer/datalogger kit, 3000A, includes PQ3450 meter and PQ34-30 current clamps
$2698.00
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Extech Voltage Test Leads PQ1000 Voltage test leads with alligator and plunger clips, 4 leads
$159.99
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Extech 200A Current Clamp Probes PQ34-2 200A current clamp probes with 0.8" (19mm) jaw opening, set of 3
$499.99
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Extech 1200A Current Clamp Probes PQ34-12 1200A current clamp probes with 2" (50mm) jaw opening, set of 3
$699.00
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Extech 3000A Flexible Current Clamp Probes PQ34-30 3000A flexible current clamp probes, 24" (600mm) for wrapping around busbars, set of 3
$899.00
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