Extech 3-Phase Graphical Power & Harmonics Analyzer/Datalogger

The Extech PQ3470 is a 3-Phase Graphical Power and Harmonics Analyzer/Datalogger for up to 30,000 sets of measurements

Features

  • Wide sampling rate range (2 seconds to 2 hours)
  • Easy transfer to a PC for analysis
  • Display of Waveform with peak values
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Extech 3-Phase Graphical Power & Harmonics Analyzer/DataloggerPQ3470 3-Phase power and harmonics analyzer/datalogger
$3,329.00
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Extech 200A Current Clamp Probes PQ34-2 200A current clamp probes with 0.8" (19mm) jaw opening, set of 3
$509.99
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Extech 1200A Current Clamp Probes PQ34-12 1200A current clamp probes with 2" (50mm) jaw opening, set of 3
$709.00
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The Extech PQ3470 simultaneously displays harmonics and waveforms on a large dot-matrix, sun-readable, numerical, backlit LCD with easy-to-use onscreen menu. This instrument logs up to 30,000 reading on a removable SD memory card in Microsoft Excel® format with a full system analysis with up to 35 parameters including: 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), and phase angle.

Users can select 200A or 1200A current clamps with flexible current probes. The adjustable current transformer (1 to 600) and potential transformer (1 to 1000) ratio are available for high power distributuion systems.

  • AC voltage (True RMS) range: 600.0V
  • AC voltage (True RMS) basic accuracy: ±(0.5%rdg)
  • AC current range: 3000A
  • AC current basic accuracy: ±(0.5%rdg)
  • Active power range: 9.999MW
  • Active power basic accuracy: ±(1.0%rdg)
  • Apparent power (MVA) range: 9.999MVA
  • Apparent power (MVA) basic Accuracy: ±(1.0%rdg)
  • Reactive power (MVAR) range: 9.999MVAR
  • Reactive power (MVAR) basic accuracy: ±(1.0%rdg)
  • Power factor range: 0.00 to 1.00
  • Power factor basic accuracy: ±0.04
  • Frequency range: 45Hz to 65Hz
  • Frequency range basic accuracy: ±0.1Hz
  • Phase range: -180° to +180.0°
  • Phase basic accuracy: ±1°
  • Harmonics range: 1 to 50th
  • Harmonics basic accuracy: ±2% (1 to 20); ±4% (21 to 31)
  • Crest factor range: 1.00 to 99.99
  • Crest factor basic accuracy: ±(5%)
  • Current clamp input range: 200mV, 300mV, 500mV
    1V, 2V, 3V; user-selectable
  • Current clamp input basic accuracy: ±(0.5%rdg)
  • Peak AC voltage accuracy basic accuracy: ±(5%)
  • Peak AC current accuracy basic accuracy: ±(5%)
  • Active power energy (MWH) range: 0.0kWh to 9.999MWH
  • Active power energy (MWH) basic accuracy: ±(2.0%rdg)
  • Apparent power energy (MVAH) range: 0.0KVAh to 9.999MVAH
  • Apparent power energy (MVAH) basic accuracy: ±(2.0%rdg)
  • Reactive power energy (MVARH) range: 0.0kVARh to 9.999MVARH
  • Reactive power energy (MVARH) basic accuracy: ±(2.0%rdg)
  • Datalogging: 30,000 readings (2GB SD memory Card)
  • Dimensions/weight: 8.86 x 4.92 x 2.52" (225 x 125 x 64mm) / 2.2lbs (1010g)
  • (1) 3-Phase graphical pwer and harmonics analyzer
  • (4) Voltage leads
  • (1) Alligator clips
  • (8) AA batteries
  • (1) SD memory card
  • (1) Universal adaptor (100 to 240V)
  • (1) Case
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