Extech 2000A True RMS AC/DC 3-Phase Clamp-on Power Analyzer

The Extech 382075 measures and displays 3-phase power on balanced or unbalanced loads.

Features

  • Clamp jaws open to 2.2" (55mm) for 1000MCM conductors
  • Performs the basic measurements of watts, volts, amps, and frequency
  • Performs the advanced measurements of KVA, KVAR, power factor, and phase angle
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Extech 382075-NIST 2000A True RMS AC/DC 3-phase clamp-on power analyzer, NIST traceable
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The Extech 382075 measures and displays 3-phase power on 3 and 4-wire balanced or unbalanced loads. The power analyzer measures true, reactive, and apparent power. Basic measurements include watts, volts, amps, and frequency. Advanced measurements include KVA, KVAR, power factor, and phase angle. Other features include a 4-digit 9999 count dual display, store and recall for the last five measurements, and wide measurement ranges.

  • True power (W) range: 1200kW
  • True power (W) resolution: 0.01/0.1kW
  • True power (W) accuracy: ±2%+ 5d
  • Reactve (KVAR) power range: 1200KVAR
  • Reactive (KVAR) power resolution: 0.01/0.1KVA
  • Reactive (KVAR) power accuracy: ±2%+ 5d (PF<0.91)
  • Apparent (KVA) power range: 1200KVA
  • Apparent (KVA) power resolution: 0.01/0.1KVA
  • Apparent (KVA) power accuracy: ±2%+ 5d
  • Power factor (PF) range: 0.2 to 1
  • Power factor (PF) resolution: 0.01
  • Power factor (PF) accuracy:F=W/(VxA)
  • Phase angle (f) range: -90 to +90
  • Phase angle (f) resolution:0.1°
  • Phase angle (f) accuracy: ±0.5°
  • AC/DC current range: 2000A
  • AC/DC current resolution: 0.1/1A
  • AC/DC current accuracy: ±2%+ 5d
  • AC/DC voltage range: 600VAC/800VDC
  • AC/DC voltage resolution: 0.1/1V
  • AC/DC votlage accuracy: ±2%+ 5d
  • Frequency range: 40 to 400Hz
  • Frequency resolution: 0.1Hz
  • Frequency accuracy: ±1%+ 2d
  • Dimensions/weight: 10.7 x 4.8 x 1.8" (271 x 122 x 46mm)/ 24.7oz (700g)
  • (1) Analyzer
  • (1) Set of test leads
  • (1) Carrying case
  • (1) 9V battery
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