PQ3470-2

Extech 3-Phase Graphical Power And Harmonics Analyzer

Extech 3-Phase Graphical Power And Harmonics Analyzer

Description

The Extech 3-Phase Graphical Power And Harmonics Analyzer features a large dot-matrix, sun-readable, numerical, backlit LCD with easy-to-use onscreen menu.

Features

  • On-Screen Harmonics Display
  • Display Of Waveform With Peak Values
  • Analysis Of Total Harmonic Distortion (THD)
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Details

  • Full system analysis with up to 35 parameters 
  • 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
  • Select 200A, 1200A Current Clamps or 3000A Flexible Current Probes (sold separately) 
  • Adjustable Current Transformer CT (1 to 600) and Potential Transformer PT (1 to 1000) ratio for high power distribution systems 
  • Simultaneous display of Harmonics and Waveform
  • Graphic Phase diagram with 3-Phase system parameters 
  • 3-phase Voltage or Current Unbalanced Ratio (VUR, AUR) and unbalanced factor 
  • Capture Transient events (including dip, swell, and outage) with programmable threshold (%)
  • Log up to 30,000 readings on a removable SD memory card in Microsoft Excel ® format
  • Wide sampling rate range (2 seconds to 2 hours)
  • Captured measurements can be imported directly into Excel via the SD memory card
  • Built-in Clock and Calendar
  • Easy-to-use onscreen menu 
  • Easy-to-hold rugged over molded housing
What's Included:

(1) Datalogger

(4) Voltage Leads With Alligator Clips

(8) AA Batteries

(1) SD Card

(1) 100-240V AC Adapter

(1) Case

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Extech 3-Phase Graphical Power And Harmonics Analyzer PQ3470-2 3-Phase Graphical Power And Harmonics Analyzer, 200A
$3798.00
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Extech 3-Phase Graphical Power And Harmonics Analyzer PQ3470-12 3-Phase Graphical Power And Harmonics Analyzer, 1200A
$3998.00
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Extech 3-Phase Graphical Power And Harmonics Analyzer PQ3470-30 3-Phase Graphical Power And Harmonics Analyzer, 3000A
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