Power quality: Analyzers, meters, recorders, loggers
Whether you’re in an industrial plant, manufacturing facility or a utility, Fluke Power Quality and energy management tools are designed to assist in capturing the power quality and energy data needed to maintain the best performance and reliability. These tools make it possible to identify your power quality and energy efficiency issues with easy and effective recording and analysis. Available accessories like the Fluke PQ400 Electrical Measurement Window can even enable you to make three phase measurement connections without the need to open the panel door or utilize supplemental PPE. This allows you to quickly take measurements whenever you need to—without worrying about downtime. Flexible and powerful software is also included with every Fluke Power Quality and Energy Analysis tool, allowing you visibility to valuable insights about the performance of your electrical system.Power quality recorders
Power quality recorders capture the most detailed data and help you discover the most difficult-to-find problems. With the supporting application software, a recorder can help you see the full picture, enabling you to fix the problems.
Fluke 1750 Three-Phase Power Quality Logger, Fluke 1760 Three-Phase Power Quality RecorderPower and energy loggers
Power and Energy loggers are used for conducting three-phase energy and load studies to discover where savings are possible. With Fluke Energy Analyze Plus software, it’s possible to create detailed reports to focus in on the problem areas.Fluke 1732 and 1734 Three-Phase Power Loggers , Fluke 1736 and 1738 Power and Energy Loggers, Fluke 1742, 1746, and 1748 Three-Phase Power Quality Loggers
Need to analyze your power? Calculate power loss. Check out our Three-Phase Power Quality Analyzer
also!Using Thermal Imaging Cameras for Electrical Inspections
Abnormal heating associated with high resistance or excessive current flow is the main cause of many problems in electrical systems. Infrared thermography allows us to see these invisible thermal signatures of impending damage before the damage occurs. When current flows through an electric circuit, part of the electrical energy is converted into heat energy. Use our Thermal imager
to do the job!