Extech 1200A 3-Phase Power Analyzer/Datalogger
The Extech 3-Phase power analyzer and data logger is ideal for use in a wide variety of applications, including power quality analysis and motor or generator installations.
- Up to 30,000 can be logged to the included SD card for quick upload to a PC
- Adjustable sampling ranges provide flexibility for any application
- Kit includes current clamps for high power field applications
|382100||1200A 3-phase power analyzer/datalogger|
|Usually ships in 1-2 weeks|
|382000||Voltage test leads, alligator clips|
|Usually ships in 1-2 weeks|
The Extech 3-Phase Power Analyzer and Datalogger is a field rugged piece of equipment that can be used in a wide variety of industrial, commercial, or residential applications. Typical uses for the analyzer include AC power quality evaluation to determine operating costs or identify problems with power sources, motor or generator installations, and energy auditing.
The instrument contains a 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), and phase angle. The high accuracy autoranging current clamps range from 0.2A to 1200A, maximizing flexibility for field testing. A 30,000 data set memory is included with the standard SD card that can directly import captured measurements into Excel.
- ACV (true RMS) range: 600.0V
- ACV (true RMS) basic accuracy: ±(0.5%rdg+0.5V)
- ACA range: 1200A
- ACA basic accuracy: ±(0.5%rdg+0.5A)
- Active power (MW) range: 9.999MW
- Active power (MW) basic accuracy: ±(1.0%rdg+0.08KW)
- Apparent power (MVA) range: 9.999MVA
- Apparent power (MVA) basic accuracy: ±(1.0%rdg+0.08KVA)
- Reactive power (MVAR) range: 9.999MVAR
- Reactive power (MVAR) basic accuracy: ±(1.0%rdg+0.08KVAR)
- Power factor range: 0.00 to 1.00
- Power factor basic accuracy: ±0.04
- Frequency range: 45Hz to 65Hz
- Frequency basic accuracy: ±0.1Hz
- Phase range: -180° to +180.0°
- Phase basic accuracy: ±1°
- Active power energy (MWh) range: 0.0kWh to 9.999MWHr
- Active power engergy (MWh) basic accuracy: ±(2.0%rdg+0.08KWh)
- Apparent power energy (MVAh) range: 0.0KVAh to 9.999MVAh
- Apparent power energy (MVAh) basic accuracy: ±(2.0%rdg+0.08KVAh)
- Reactive power energy (MVARh) range: 0.0kVARh to 9.999MVARh
- Reactive power energy (MVARh) basic accuracy: ±(2.0%rdg+0.08KVARh)
- Datalogging: 60,000 readings (2GB SD memory Card)
- CE/CAT rating: CE/CAT III-600V
- Dimensions: 8.9 x 2.5 x 1.3" (225 x 125 x 64mm)
- Weight: Meter: 2.3lbs (1049g); Clamp: 1.2lbs (522g)
- (1) 3-Phase power analyzer and data logger
- (8) AA batteries
- (1) SD memory card
- (1) Universal AC adapter
- (3) Current clamps
- (4) Voltage test leads with alligator clips
- (1) Carrying case
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