Fluke Corporation, a leader in test tools and software for measuring and condition monitoring, said the Fluke 1770 Series analyzers capture more than 500 power quality parameters by default — from fast transients up to 8kV and harmonics up to 30kHz.
“The Fluke 1770 Series walks technicians through the whole set up to eliminate any measurement errors and ensuring all the correct parameters are selected,” said Frank Healy, Product Manager. “The 1770 Series helps technicians identify issues faster and in a clearer manner to ensure the right data is always collected.”
Streamlined user interface makes it easy to navigate between measurement parameters like V/A/Hz, power, dips and swells, harmonics, unbalance, or PQ health at the push of a button.
It captures damaging high-speed, high magnitude transients to mitigate their effects before equipment fails.
Voltage transients negatively impact otherwise healthy systems every day, and their potential to damage equipment can’t be underestimated. Fluke 1775 and 1777 capture high-speed transients faster than ever before by leveraging the power of the latest Intel Cyclone FPGA. With a sample rate of 20MS/s users can effectively capture, troubleshoot, and mitigate the most damaging power quality issues.
Fluke 1770 Series Power Quality Analyzers come standard with the powerful Fluke Energy Analyze Plus software, designed to analyze power quality data right out of the box without extensive training. It enables technicians to quickly compare results to historical values, benchmark against industry norms, compare measured data to local conditions, and create a more complete picture of what’s occurring across the facility — even as the data is still being collected.