You can wirelessly interact with the recorder using a PDA, which allows a fast setup and verification using phasor diagrams, meter screens, and waveform displays. The in-built wireless technology enables you to control more than one instrument remotely without requiring a computer. However, you can use your laptop if you wish to.
Some of its applications include:
Power quality surveys: You can quantify power quality completely in a facility, and document the results using professional reports.
Service compliance: You can validate the incoming power quality as it enters the service entrance.
Long-term analysis: It helps you uncover the intermittent or hard to find issues over long durations.
Semi-permanent monitoring: It is capable of monitoring critical equipment and to capture power quality events which can correlate with any equipment’s malfunctions.
What’s in the box? (Things that come with the meter)
- A 1750 acquisition unit
- A wireless PDA “front panel interface”
- Power plug adapters for charging
- Current probes ranging from 4-400A
- A total of 5 test clips and leads
- An SD card for memory storage
- Software for the Fluke Power Analyzer and Fluke Power View
- A power cord with an attachment of internationally usable plug sets
- An Ethernet cable
- Product software in a CD along with a user manual
With so many features, the 1750 is certainly among the best power quality testers. You can buy this device, or can opt for electrical test equipment rental.