Fluke VR1710 Single Phase Power Quality Recorder & Voltage Recorder
Fluke VR1710 Single Phase Power Quality Recorder & Voltage Recorder is rated out of 5 by 4.
- Single-phase, plug-in voltage quality recorder for detecting and recording power quality problems
- Records voltage trends, dropouts, and power quality to pinpoint the root cause
- Plugs directly into the mains power socket to capture data
- Presents a clear graphical summary of data and a quick overview of key power quality parameters
Product overview: Fluke VR1710 Single Phase Power Quality Recorder & Voltage Recorder
The Fluke VR1710 Power Quality Recorder, is a single-phase, plug-in voltage quality recorder that offers an extremely easy-to-use solution for detecting and recording power quality problems, allowing for immediate action and less downtime. The VR1710 single phase recorder satisfies the needs of maintenance and facilities management personnel in industrial, utilities, and large service organizations where reliable power quality is essential to the operation of the business. Power quality parameters including RMS average, transients, flicker, and harmonics up to the 32nd are recorded using a user-selected average period from 1 seconds to 20 minutes.
Other useful features:
- Offers continuous recording of all values with no gaps to create a complete picture with one instrument
- Measures Min/Max/Average RMS values (1/4 cycle) with time stamp so you can quickly see what happened and when
- Presents actual transient display (>100 μs) with time stamp to help you identify power quality issues quickly with included graphical software
- Records flicker to EN 61000-4-15 and individual harmonic and THD values with trends to help you easily determine if the problem is power quality or equipment related
- Provides statistical analysis of single-phase voltage events. Reduces analysis time by tracking event quantities and magnitudes
- Includes PowerLog software package for quick download, analysis, and automatic reporting
Specifications: Fluke VR1710 Single Phase Power Quality Recorder & Voltage Recorder
|Operating voltage||70 V to 280 V|
|Min/Max/Avg RMS value||Resolution 0.125 V|
|Number of events||175,000|
|Time resolution||5 ms|
|Voltage resolution||0.125 V|
|Harmonics measurement||EN 61000-4-7 (up to 32nd)|
|Flicker measurement||EN 61000-4-15|
and Delta V/V%
|Number of recording channels||1 Phase to Neutral|
|2 Phase/Neutral to Ground|
|Recording time||1 day to 339 days depending on average time from 1 second to 20 minutes|
|Frequency range||50 Hz ±1 Hz and 60 Hz ±1 Hz|
|Safety category rating||CAT II 300 V|
Models: Fluke VR1710 Single Phase Power Quality Recorder & Voltage Recorder
Fluke VR1710 Single Phase Voltage Quality Recorder
- Plug-in Fluke VR1710
- USB cable
- PowerLog software CD
- Universal power cord adapters
Rated 5 out of 5 by bgardnerhoo from Works Fine On Windows 10 I'm not sure if I needed to go this far, but I downloaded the software from the CD onto a Windows XP computer to extract the files. I then copied them to my Windows 10 computer via a USB jump drive and it seems like it works just fine now. I did need my IT department to verify that a COM port (in the COM1-COM9 range) was available for the meter to pull data (I have no clue what "COM port" language means, but it apparently was enough for IT to set things straight).
Date published: 2020-07-20
Rated 1 out of 5 by Miles from Outdated software Does not have USB drivers as from Windows 7. Can only support Windows XP downwards. Wasted money for nothing.
Date published: 2019-10-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by JoeD from Simply plug-in and begin logging The Fluke VR1710 is an easy to use affordable option for logging single phase power quality. The free software included is easy to use. Just plug it directly into the power socket and capture data. Effortlessly log RMS, transients, flicker, and harmonics up to the 32nd.
Date published: 2016-12-07
Rated 2 out of 5 by Macy from High failure rate This is a nice device when it works, but our company has bought many of them and we have experienced a very high failure rate. When they fail the repair is almost always just replacement which is very expensive.
Date published: 2015-07-08