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Extech 380820 Universal AC Power Source and Analyzer

Extech 380820 Universal AC Power Source and Analyzer

Description

This Extech Universal AC Power Source and Analyzer contains front and rear output sockets for high resolution power testing to 10mW.

Features

  • Data can be logged directly to a PC with variable sampling rates
  • High power measurement with harmonics measurements
  • User-programmable over current protection (current limiting)
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The Universal AC Power Source and Power Analyzer is a multi-faceted device that can be used in a variety of industrial, commercial, and even residential applications. It can be used to either output AC power directly to operate another device, or can be used to read an AC power input and determine its quality. The low power, high resolution front panel output permits variable voltage and frequency readings while the high power rear panel ouput supplies line frequency and voltage. The low power measurements to test power consumption of small devices or standby power at different voltages and frequencies ranges from 10mW to 100W. The high power measurement with harmonics measures from 100mW to 1000W at 110V or 100mW to 2000W at 220V.


Programmable through the built-in RS232 interface, sampling rates can be set from 2 to 65,535 seconds. The cost function calculates cost per day, month, and year, and 99 memorey locations can be preset for voltage and frequency.

Notable Specifications:

Front Panel

 

  • Output voltage range: 85 to 250V (adjustable)
  • Output voltage resolution: 0.1V
  • Output voltage accuracy: ±1%
  • Output frequency range: 45 to 65Hz (adjustable)
  • Output frequency resolution: 0.01Hz
  • Output frequency accuracy: ±0.1Hz
  • Power range: 10mW to 100W
  • Power resolution: 0.1mW
  • Power accuracy: ±(1% + 0.05W)
  • AC current range: 5mA to 1.5A
  • AC current resolution: 0.1mA
  • AC current accuracy: ±1%
  • Power factor range: 0 to 1
  • Power factor resolution: 0.001
  • Power factor accuracy: ±0.04

 

Rear Panel

 

  • Output voltage range: line voltage
  • Output voltage resolution: 0.1V
  • Output voltage accuracy: ±1%
  • Output frequency range: line frequency
  • Output frequency resolution: 0.01Hz
  • Output frequency accuracy: ±0.1Hz
  • Power range: 100mW to 2000W
  • Power resolution: 0.1mW
  • Power accuracy: ±(1% + 0.5W)
  • AC current range: 5mA to 10A
  • AC current resolution: 0.1mA
  • AC current accuracy: ±1%
  • Power factor range: 0 to 1 0.001
  • Power factor resolution: ±0.04
  • Harmonics (in amps) range: 1 to 50th order
  • Harmonics (in amps) resolution: 0.1mA
  • Harmonics (in amps) accuracy: ±1.4% (1-10th)
  • THD range: 0.0 to 999.9%
  • THD resolution: 0.1%
  • Input power source range: 110 or 220V; 45 to 65Hz
  • Dimensions: 12 x 10.2 x 5.9" (305 x 260 x 151mm)
  • Weight: 21.8lbs (9.9kg)
What's Included:
  • (1) Universal AC power source and AC power analyzer
  • (1) AC power cord
  • (1) RS-232 to USB adapter cable
  • (1) Software CD-ROM
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