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  • Available in 2019

Features

  • 0.1% measurement accuracy
  • 500 kHz bandwidth
  • 200 kHz sample rate
  • Channel-to-channel isolation
  • 10V, 100V, 1000V voltage range
  • 5.7 inch TFT LCD display (640x480)
  • 7.7 lbs, 9.6 cm thick
  • 5000 mAh Li-ion battery
  • 32GB storage
  • USB and RS485 interface
  • Fluke Power Analyzer Software
  • Meter, scope, harmonic, phasor and trend functions
  • 2 year warranty
  • CAT III 1000V/CAT IV 600V

What's in the Box

  • Power Analyzer, including battery BP291: 3894688
  • Power supply adapter (18V DC, CAT IV 600V Adapter)
  • Power line cord
  • Test lead set
  • USB (mini B) cable
  • RS-485/synchrony adapter (3.81mm, 3-pin)
  • USB flash drive
  • Soft case
  • Manual
  • Calibration report

The Fluke Norma 6000 Series Power Analyzers provide high precision power measurements of voltage, current, active power, reactive power, apparent power, power factor and harmonics with associated values. The lightweight, portable, and battery powered design eliminates the need to carry large, fragile, expensive analyzers into the field, allowing you to make measurements directly at the load in nearly any environment. By measuring directly at the load, you can discover how the equipment operates under real-world conditions, with real-world variables, not just at a test bench or in the lab.

The Fluke 6003 includes three measurement channels which each consist of a voltage and current input making it ideal for three-phase power measurements. The Fluke 6004 includes four measurement channels giving it the capability to measure three-phase power and DC power simultaneously to enable real-time inverter efficiency measurements under real-world conditions. These units are only 9.6 cm thick and can be easily installed in tight spaces. A 5000mAh Li-ion internal battery provide up to 10 hours of continuous operation without an external power supply. In-field set up is easy using the integrated front panel or a remote PC connection (USB or RS485). Critical data can be viewed in the field on the main display meter including waveform, harmonics up to the 100th, vector and trend.

The Fluke 6003+ and 6004+ models both add the capability to measure mechanical parameters such as speed and torque (from separate transducers) to discover the electrical to mechanical efficiency of the load under a variety of typical operating modes. The instrument's compact, battery-powered design combined with a wideband frequency response makes it easy to make measurements on hard to access systems such as inverter drive systems, DC-AC and AC-DC power conversion systems and electric motors without removing them from service. Making these measurements in the field simplifies the troubleshooting and performance measurement processes without sacrificing uptime. This allows more accurate test results that show whether loads are operating effectively and efficiently.

The Fluke Power Analyzer software improves operation efficiency by allowing communication between the analyzer and PCs via RS-485 or mini-USB interfaces and provides full remote control of the connected instrument. With this software, data can be reported, controlled and summarized simply and quickly. Files in the analyzer memory can be downloaded to a PC and analyzed. The measurement data of a certain period of time can be saved to a CSV file and the screenshot files can also be downloaded. Measurements, waveforms, phasors, harmonics and trends can be viewed on a PC screen.

Applications of the Fluke Norma 6000 Series Portable Power Analyzers

  • Renewable Energy – Solar, Wind, maintenance of generators, transducer 
  • Electric Vehicles – Charging stations, batteries, inverters 
  • Manufacturing – Industrial equipment testing 
  • R&D Labs – In-field power and efficiency testing