• 4 voltage & 5 current input channels
  • 1000VAC RMS ±10% over range
  • 1000VDC +10% over range
  • 42.5 to 69Hz frequency measurement range
  • 0.00 to 1.00 power factor measurement range
  • Up to 31 day recording period
  • 2GB internal memory capacity
  • 5MHz, 8000VPK waveform capture
  • 600V CAT IV & 1000V CAT III rated
  • IEC61000-4-30 & CE complaint
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What's in the Box

  • 5 test leads & clips
  • SD memory card
  • Fluke Power Analyze software
  • Power cord with international plug set
  • Ethernet cable
  • Color localization set
  • Printed manual
  • Product CD
  • Soft carrying case


The Fluke 1750 three-phase power recorder has a unique capture algorithm to make sure all events are captured without requiring the user to spend time on set ups or consider the blind spots that are present with threshold driven equipment. This unit allows you to apply thresholds after data is collected with Fluke Power Analyze Software.

The recorder automatically detects, scales, and powers current probes without needing batteries or an external power supply. It only requires single-lead voltage connections, ensuring a safe and quick setup. Once powered, the instrument automatically begins recording and LED lights indicate that the unit is ready and that the signals are within range.

Every cycle on every channel is sampled simultaneously, providing complete analysis of power quality, harmonics, power, and energy. Cross channel current and voltage triggering captures event data on all input channels, no matter which channel triggered the event. When periodic analysis of the waveform is needed the Snapshot mode captures waveforms at user-defined intervals. This unit can even record DC signals.

Data is automatically stored on the internal flash memory which 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.

The optional Android tablet 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 easily control multiple instruments from a distance, without the need for a separate laptop computer. Voice, data, and picture annotations can be made via the tablet to flag important points in the data stream. You can flag in your recorded data when a transfer switch is operated or when load changes are made.