Power Quality for Measurement Basics

Poor power quality negatively impacts every system it touches, but sometimes it can be difficult to know exactly which power quality measurements to make. Whether you’re experiencing premature equipment failures, random equipment resets, tripping or increasing energy charges, the choices can be challenging.

These power quality measurement resources are designed to give you a better understanding of potential causes of poor power quality, how to identify energy waste, and how to understand and interpret power quality issues like voltage dips, swells, transients, unbalance, and harmonics.

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Taking the right power quality measurements can help you identify the sources of power quality issues and energy waste and can save you money and help protect your equipment from future damage



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Get a free guide: "Electrical power explained" where you’ll learn about power quality measurements like apparent power, harmonics, unbalance, the classical IEEE measurement method, current, and how the cost of power affects you.

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