Fluke 1750 Three-Phase Power Recorder
Captures every measurement and event on every cycle
- Manufactured by Fluke
- IEC61000-4-30 standards
- PDA wireless “front panel interface”
- Cross-channel and current triggering capture every measurement
- 5 MHz, 8000 Vpk waveform capture
- 600 V CAT IV and 1000 V CAT III
The Fluke 1750 Power Recorder automatically detects, scales, and powers current probes without needing batteries. Requiring only single-lead voltage connections enables safe and quick setups. Once power is applied the instrument automatically begins recording and LEDs give you assurance that the recorder is powered up and signals are within range – no more uncertainty that data is being recorded. The Fluke 1750 has an exclusive capture algorithm which makes certain all events are captured without the tedious setups and blind spots associated with threshold driven equipment.
The PDA wirelessly interfaces with the recorder, allowing quick setup and verification with waveform displays, meter screens, and phasor diagrams. The built-in wireless technology allows you to control multiple instruments from a distance easily, without the need for a laptop computer (laptops can also be used when desired).
- Long-term analysis
- Power quality surveys
- Quality of service compliance
- Equipment Installation/Commissioning
Every cycle on every channel is simultaneously sampled providing complete analysis of power quality, harmonics, power and energy. Crosschannel current and voltage triggering captures event data on all input channels simultaneously, no matter which channel triggered the event. When periodic analysis of the waveform may be needed, the Snapshot mode captures waveforms at userdefined intervals. Even dc signals can be recorded!
Data is automatically stored on the internal flash memory that can store records for over a month without compression or overwriting. Data is retrieved via one of two quick and easy options: download the data onto the included SD memory card without using your laptop, or transfer directly to your computer via Ethernet, using TCP/IP protocol.
Voice, data, and picture annotations can be made via the PDA to flag important points in the data stream. Imagine being able to flag in your recorded data when a transfer switch was operated, or load changes were made.
The new Fluke Power Analyze software revolutionizes your ability to analyze data. No need to worry about thresholds—with Fluke Power Analyze, thresholds can be modified after the data is recorded! And the easy-to-use user interface will display voltage as a phase-to-phase or phase-to-neutral reading.