Easily setup in seconds, Fluke 1735 Three-Phase Power Logger measures most electrical power parameters, harmonics, and captures voltage events.
The Fluke 1735 Three-Phase Power Logger is perfect for applications such as:
Load studies – verify electrical system capacity before adding loads
Energy Assessments – quantify energy consumption before and after improvements and justify energy saving devices
Harmonics Measurements – uncover harmonic issues that can damage or disrupt critical equipment
Voltage Event Capture – monitor for dips and swells that cause spurious resets of nuisance circuit breaker tripping
Log the most common parameters
Designed to measure the most critical three-phase power parameters, the Fluke 1735 can log rms voltage, rms current, phase angle, voltage events, voltage and current THD, voltage and current harmonics up to the 50th, active power, reactive power, power factor, active energy, reactive energy, and more. With memory for up to 45 days of data, the Power Logger can uncover intermittent or hard-to-find issues.
Easy to use
The four current probes are connected with one plug, the instrument automatically detects, scales and powers the probes. These variable range current probes are easily set to 15 A, 150 A, or 3000 A for high accuracy in nearly any application. The voltage connections are single leads, enabling easy and quick setups. The color screen provides instant confirmation that connections are correct, and then logging begins when you press the RECORD button.
Conduct load studies for up to 45 days and
view saved data on-screen or on a computer.
Quantify energy consumption quickly on-screen
or log to memory for extended periods.
Assess voltage and current harmonics up to the 50th.
Capture voltage events using user-defined thresholds.
View waveforms onscreen to uncover waveform
distortion and to verify correct voltage and