Product selection guide: Power quality

Fluke 1760TR Basic Three-Phase Power Quality Recorder
Fluke 1738 Advanced Power Logger 1
Fluke 1760TR Basic Three-Phase Power Quality RecorderFluke 1736 and 1738 Three-Phase Power Quality Loggers
Transient capture < 1MHz  
Transient capture > 1MHz  
En50160 analysis  
Mains signaling  
Phase sequence components  
IEC61000-4-30 complianceClass AClass B 
IEEE519 analysis  
RMS voltage   
RMS currentRequires probe set  
Neutral current   
Differential inputs  
Ethernet, WiFi or USBEthernetWiFi/USB 
< 1,600   
1,600 A to 3,000 A  
> 3000A (option)   
Real-time display of measurementsVia PC  
Compact size for use inside panels   
Status display only  
Setup by laptop  
External memory (CF, SD or USB stick)   
Setup by tablet  
On-instrument setup  
Long-term RMS logging   
Waveform recording   
Residential / commercial   
Inside substation   
Built-in UPS  
Battery operated  
Power from the measurement line  
Total harmonic distortion   
Power and energy   
Phasor diagram   
Inrush current (triggered)   
Voltage harmonics   
Current harmonics   
Basic waveform display  
Fast oscilloscope function  
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