( A), and ( A, flexible), HIOKI also provides the (5 A) sensor .. A display screen and operation keys identical to those for the appear, allowing full control of . Measurement time control: Manual/Specified time. POWER QUALITY. INSTRUCTION MANUAL. ANALYZER HIOKI. MEMORY HiCORDER. Trigger input terminal. Anomaly. The Hioki PW is a 3P4W power quality analyzer compliant to Class A standards for diagnosing and recording complex power quality problems in the power.
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Hioki portable power meters and analyzers are best in class power 1396 instruments for measuring single to three-phase lines with a high degree of precision and accuracy.
The PW is a power quality analyzer for monitoring and recording power supply anomalies, allowing their causes to be quickly investigated, and also for assessing power supply problems such as voltage drops, flicker, harmonics, and other electrical issues.
Voltage can be measured with the main unit alone. An optional current sensor is necessary to measure current or power parameters.
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Straight Ethernet cable, supplied with straight to cross conversion adapter, 5 m Overview Specifications Downloads Options Applications Gallery Hioki portable power meters and analyzers are best in class power measuring instruments for measuring single to three-phase lines with a high degree of precision and accuracy.
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Voltage swell, Voltage dips, Voltage interruption 5. Voltage waveform comparison 7.
As per IEC 8. Calculated as 10 or 12 cycles,40 to 70 Hz 9.
Calculated as the whole-cycle time during the specified 10 s period, 40 to 70 Hz Voltage waveform peak, Current waveform peak Voltage, Current, Active power, Apparent power, Reactive power, Active energy, Reactive energy, Power factor, Displacement power factor, Voltage unbalance factor, Current unbalance factor negative-phase, zero-phase Harmonic voltage-current phase angle: K Factor multiplication factor Seminar Videos On Demand No results were found.
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