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Power Quality Analyzers


Fluke_1750-32Power Quality Analyzers are measuring instruments used to identify anomalies within a power system that can ultimately shorten the life of the equipment that it supplies.  Many of these anomalies lead to electrical stresses, and if not identified and remedied, failure of the electrical equipment that this power system supplies. 


Another application for a Power Quality Analyzer would be to generate a characteristic profile of a circuit prior to adding load.


Fluke power quality meters, such as the 1750 Three Phase Power Recorder, monitor:

  •        RMS voltages and currents 
  •        Transient voltages
  •        Sags and Swells
  •        Harmonics Content, as well as
  •        Power consumption, imbalances and associated losses

The Dranetz power quality analyzer, the PowerXplorer PX5 Power Monitor, allows the user to define recording parameters upon capture of specific events. 

Both the Fluke Power Quality meters and the Dranetz power monitors are available for daily rental from Protec Equipment Resources.


Related electrical test equipment available for rent from Protec:


Amprobe DM-III Multitest Power Quality Recorder

Doble M4000 M4100 Power Factor Insulation Analyzer

Megger DELTA4310 12kV Insulation Diagnostic System


This electrical test equipment is available for rent, lease, or purchase from Protec Equipment Resources. We are here to help you with your testing equipment needs.

Wherever the job takes you (and the equipment), with Protec’s multiple locations, we always ship from the office closest to your desired drop location (if the electrical test equipment you need is in-stock at that location), and the equipment can be returned to the nearest office.

We always consider ALL shipping options in order to save you the most time and money.

Also, if you happen to be close to one of our many office locations, walk-ins are always welcome!

Rely on the Electrical Test Equipment Rental Experts, we are there when and where you need us.


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Editor’s Note: This post was originally published September, 2010 and has been updated freshness, accuracy and comprehensiveness.