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Fluke 1735 Three Phase Power Logger for Easy Energy Studies

Distortion, harmonics and other voltage variations are generated in power lines due to non-linear loads. Ballasts, rectifiers and switched-mode power supplies are common culprits that cause degradation of power quality. To help correct power quality issues, engineers use a compensation network to suppress power line distortion.

Fluke 1735 Three-Phase Power Quality LoggerThe Fluke 1735 Three-Phase Power Quality Logger is the ideal device for conducting basic power quality logging and energy studies. It also offers easy setup which helps save you time and effort.

Fluke 1735 Three-Phase Power Quality Logger product features:
• Records power parameters up to 45 days
• Monitors user-defined averaging periods and maximum power demand
• Proves the benefit of improving the efficiency of electrical line by conducting energy consumption tests
• Measures all three phases
• Includes software to view and generate reports
• Compact and durable design
• Ingress Protection 65 and 60 Volts CAT III rating
• Captures voltage swells and dips from load switching
• Allows load studies, energy assessments, harmonics and voltage event capture
• VGA color transmissive display with a 320 x 240 pixel resolution
• powered by rechargeable NiMH battery-pack
• 10.24 kHz sampling rate
• 4MB flash memory

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