Three phase power quality analyzers are ideal for troubleshooting, logging, and creating detailed reports in conjunction with the easy-to-use Energy Analyze Plus or PowerLog-430-II software.
As with any troubleshooting task, you need the right tools to get the job done. When it comes to power quality troubleshooting, finding and eliminating issues with dips and swells, harmonics, unbalance, and other power quality issues can be difficult. Capturing the data needed to troubleshoot is the first step in solving these power quality issues. Fluke power quality analyzers and meters will help you trace and identify voltage anomalies and harmonic distortion issues - even the ones that are the most difficult to find.
When your AC power system has a problem you need to find it without delay; Fluke’s three-phase power meters will quickly provide the answers you need to get things running smoothly. These three phase meters can be used for troubleshooting to help you find the answers now; or as benchmarking tools to discover the trend of your power quality over time. Simply connect and view the state of health of the power system either numerically or graphically, then log the data and share with co-workers or consultants through screenshots, graphs or reports. Fluke power quality meters can provide all the answers you need to effectively troubleshoot power quality issues rapidly.
The Fluke 435 Series II is capable of advanced energy monetization. Learn more about the robust tool to help you be prepared for any power quality issue.
The Fluke 434 II Energy Analyzer is the ideal tool for advanced energy logging and energy monetization, identifying the most energy-wasteful areas of your facility.
Designed for capturing power quality measurements in avionic and military systems, Fluke 437 Series II is the must-have 400 Hz Quality Analyzer.
The Fluke 438-II is a motor analysis test tool for evaluating the electrical and mechanical performance of electric motors, and troubleshooting power quality.
The Fluke PQ400 gives you access to the critical power quality and energy data you need, all while decreasing testing time and helping you to maintain safety.
The Fluke 434 Series II Power Quality and Energy Analyzer is the world's only Power Quality analyzer that can monetize the cost of energy waste due to poor power quality and is ideal for characterizing power quality, conducting load studies and capturing hard-to-find voltage events over a user-defined period of time.
Designed for capturing power quality measurements in avionic and military systems, Fluke 437 Series II is the must-have 400 Hz quality analyzer.
Also available as a pack of 4 pieces of the i430 current clamp, to be used for high current measurements.
Small sized AC current clamp Fluke Current clamps are the ideal tools to extend the current ranges of Fluke tools.
Test lead replacement set for the 430 Series Power Quality Analyzer.
The i30s current clamp is based on Hall Effect technology for use in measurement of both DC and AC current.
The i310 current probe offered by Fluke can be used to measure both DC and AC current for accurate measurements. Contact us for more information.
This AC current clamp with BNC output extends the functionality of portable oscilloscopes or power quality meters to measure up to 400 A AC. Buy Online Now.
Expand the use of your Fluke 430 series power quality tool or ScopeMeter test tool with this 5 A AC current clamp, specially configured to provide good accuracy at low levels e.g. while taking measurements on secondary current transformers.
A pack of 3 pieces of the i5s current clamps, specially configured to provide low current accuracy while taking measurements on secondary current transformers.
The i6000sflex is an AC current probe utilising the Rogowski principle.
The flexible and lightweight measuring head allows quick and easy installation in hard to reach areas, without batteries or an external power source.
Two piece hanging kit for the Fluke 1730 Energy Logger.
Provides power cord operation and charging for Fluke 430 Series Power Quality Analyzers.