Fluke 1750/ET Power Quality Recorder kit
The Fluke 1750 Power Recorder is a comprehensive yet easy to use system for power quality investigations. The 1750 Power Recorder consists of a power recorder instrument, a Windows Table PC for control and setup, and Power Analyze software. Four 400 A current probes are provided as standard equipment (not included in Basic version). A wide range of flexible and clamp-on current probes are available from Fluke.
Key features of the 1750 Power Recorder are:
• No PC needed for setup: Using the included wireless-enabled Personal Digital Assistant (PDA) as a controller, you do not need a PC to configure the Recorder, troubleshoot connections, preview data, or download the recorded data. Downloaded data goes onto the SD memory card plugged into the 1750, not directly to the PDA. The range of the PDA with the wireless link is about 5 meters (16 feet) from the Recorder. This range is dependent on the electrical interference in the location.
• Simplified test lead connections to the power network: Simply connect a voltage probe to a conductor on each phase that you want to record. On the current inputs, the Recorder automatically identifies what type of probe is connected. The Recorder then configures its measurement system appropriately for the model of current probe you are using.
• Connection diagrams for the supported power network configurations (delta, Wye, and others) appear on the handheld PDA controller. Once you make connections, you can view live readings and a phasor diagram on the PDA to confirm the connections. If a phase channel is wired incorrectly, you can swap the phase to another channel by changing an internal Recorder setting using the PDA, and then reconfirm correct readings.
• Internal Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS): An internal NiMH (Nickel-Metal-Hydride) battery pack and charging system maintain data capture continuity through power interruptions of approximately 5 minutes or less.
• Automatic disturbance capture: The Recorder uses an automatic, self-learning threshold routine, which means you do not have to set any event threshold limits before you start recording. You detect and display power quality events (disturbances) using the Power Analyze software on a PC after the event has been captured. You define thresholds for events after data is stored on the PC. This is called the ''event detector'' in the software. It does not make permanent changes to the data file, so you can experiment with different thresholds after the fact without worrying about losing data.
- Includes four (4) 400A current flexi probes
- All measurements comply with IEC61000-4-30 standards for correct evaluation of all measured values including voltage, current, power, harmonics, flicker, etc.
- Windows 10 tablet for control, setup, data download and analysis
- Tablet features 10.1 in. touch display, 2GB RAM, 64GB SSD (disk storage), power supply, USB/Ethernet adapter and detachable keyboard with two USB ports
- Tablet runs full version of Fluke Power Analyze for instrument setup in field
- Cross-channel and current triggering capture every measurement, on every channel, every time
- Easily analyze data and generate reports with intuitive PC software
- Automated EN50160 reporting and compliance
- Plug and play set-up in minutes with self-identifying current probes and single-lead voltage connections
- Swap channels internally with wireless front panel or PC when connections are not correct
- Measure voltage and current on three-phases, neutral, and ground
- 5 MHz, 8000 Vpk waveform capture
- Quickly retrieve data with SD memory card or via 100BaseT ethernet connection
- Long-term analysis
- Power quality surveys
- Quality of service compliance
- Equipment installation/commissioning