Extech 3-Phase Power Harmonics Analyzers

The Extech 3-Phase Power Harmonics Analyzer measures and stores single, 3-phase/3-wire or 3-phase/4-wire systems.

Features

  • Analysis of Total Harmonic Distortion (THD-F)
  • Display of waveform with peak values (1024 samples/period)
  • Adjustable CT ratio (1 to 3000) and VT ratio (1 to 600)
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Extech 3-Phase Power Harmonics AnalyzersPQ3350 3-Phase power harmonics analyzer
$2,750.00
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Extech 3-Phase Power Harmonics Analyzers PQ3350-1 3-Phase power harmonics analyzer with 1200A 12" flexible current clamp probes
$3,670.00
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Extech 3-Phase Power Harmonics Analyzers PQ3350-3 3-Phase power harmonics analyzer with 3000A 18" flexible current clamp probes
$3,775.00
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Extech 3-Phase Power Harmonics Analyzers PQ3350-1-NIST 3-Phase power harmonics analyzer with 1200A 12" flexible current clamp probes, NIST traceable
$3,970.00
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Extech 3-Phase Power Harmonics Analyzers PQ3350-3-NIST 3-Phase power harmonics analyzer with 3000A 18" flexible current clamp probes, NIST traceable
$4,075.00
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Extech Voltage Test Leads PQ1000 Voltage test leads with alligator and plunger clips, 4 leads
$164.99
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Extech 100A Current Clamp Probes PQ3110 100A current clamp probes with 1.2" (30mm) jaw size, set of 3
$680.00
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Extech 2.2" 100A Current Clamp Probes PQ3120 1000A current clamp probes with 2.2" (55mm) jaw opening, set of 3
$815.00
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Extech 1200A Flexible Current Probes PQ3210 1200A flexible current probes, set of 3
$859.00
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Extech 3000A Flexible Current Probes PQ3220 3000A flexible current probes, set of 3
$939.00
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This kit provides power measurement and analysis plus datalogging of single and 3-phase/3-wire or 3-phase/4-wire systems. Model PQ3350-1 offers 1200A 12" flexible current clamp probes while model PQ3350-3 offers 3000A 24" flexible current clamp probes that can be used to wrap around bus bars or wire bundles. The large LCD simultaneously displays up to 35 parameters for harmonics and waveform. An optically isolated USB interfaces with the software to download waveforms, power parameters, and harmonics.

  • ACV (True RMS) range: 600V
  • ACV (True RMS) accuracy: +/-(0.5%rdg+5d)
  • AC current range: 1200A (PQ3350-1); 3000A (PQ3350-3)
  • AC current accuracy: +/-(0.5%rdg+5d)
  • Active power (kW) range: 9.999MW
  • Active power (kW) accuracy: +/-(1%rdg+8d)
  • Apparent power (kVA) range: 9999kVA
  • Apparent power (kVA) accuracy: VA=Vrms x Arms
  • Reactive power (kVAR) range: 9999kVAR
  • Reactive power (kVAR) accuracy: VAR= sqr (VA^2-W^2)
  • Power factor range: 0.0 to +1.00
  • Power factor accuracy: +/-(1.5%rdg+/-8d)
  • Frequency range: 45-65Hz
  • Frequency accuracy: 0.1Hz
  • Phase range: -180.0 to 0 degrees +180.0 degrees
  • Phase accuracy: +/-1 degree
  • Harmonics range: 1 to 99
  • Harmonics accuracy: +/-2%
  • Crest factor range: 1.00 to 99.99
  • Crest factor accuracy: +/-(5%+30d)
  • Peak AC voltage accuracy: +/-(5%rdg+30d)
  • Peak AC current accuracy: +/-(5%rdg+30d)
  • Active power energy (kWh): 0mWh to 999,999kWh
  • Reactive power energy (kVARh): 0.0kVARh to 1000MWh
  • Datalogging: 52428 records (single phase); 17476 records (3 phase)
  • Dimensions: 10.1x6.1x2.3" (257x155x57mm)
  • Weight: 2.5 lbs (1160g)
  • PQ3350
  • (1) 3-Phase power and harmonics analyzer
  • (4) Voltage test leads with alligator and plunger clips
  • (1) USB interface cable and software
  • (1) Universal AC adaptor
  • (8) AA batteries
  • (1) Hard carrying case
  • PQ3350-1
  • (1) 3-Phase power and harmonics analyzer
  • (3) 12" flexible current clamp probes
  • (4) Voltage test leads with alligator and plunger clips
  • (1) USB interface cable and software
  • (1) Universal AC adaptor
  • (8) AA batteries
  • (1) Hard carrying case
  • PQ3350-3
  • (1) 3-Phase power and harmonics analyzer
  • (3) 24" flexible current clamp probes
  • (4) Voltage test leads with alligator and plunger clips
  • (1) USB interface cable and software
  • (1) Universal AC adaptor
  • (8) AA batteries
  • (1) Hard carrying case
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