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Voltage analyzer PQube® 3v
monitoringcompactreal-time

voltage analyzer
voltage analyzer
voltage analyzer
voltage analyzer
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Characteristics

Measured value
voltage
Other characteristics
monitoring, compact, real-time, simultaneous

Description

Voltage quality compliance When voltage quality compliance is required – that’s when you need the PQube 3v. It does a great job measuring electricity delivered at the point of common coupling (PCC), as well as diagnosing equipment malfunction. Still the same ultra-precise results delivered immediately to your inbox. Application Voltage quality compliance monitoring for industries like utilities and manufacturing. Features • Installs easily with an ultra-compact footprint • Connects directly to voltages up to 690 V • Certified for Class A power quality according to IEC 61000-4-30 Ed3 • Monitors DC power and process parameters with four additional AC/DC analog channels • Detects and records high-frequency impulses at 4 MHz • Measures in real time and records 2 kHz ~ 150 kHz emissions • Auto-detects the mains frequency, wiring configuration and nominal voltage • Enhances the power diagnostic by also measuring the environment conditions with advanced EnviroSensor probes • Extensive library of waveform triggers on voltage magnitude, voltage HF impulses, frequency, AC/DC channels, and more. • All measured parameters are available every half-second in real-time (via Modbus or SNMP) • Trends and events can be quickly accessed using your Internet browser – no software needed • Interface available in more than 13 languages– the graphs can be delivered in two simultaneous languages (ideal for international teams) • Holds years of data and thousands of events via 32 GB of internal flash memory

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