Product selection guide: Power quality

Fluke 1760TR Basic Three-Phase Power Quality Recorder
Fluke 1777 Power Quality Analyzer
Fluke 1760TR Basic Three-Phase Power Quality RecorderFluke 1770 Series Three-Phase Power Quality Analyzers
Transient capture < 1MHz   
Transient capture > 1MHz   
En50160 analysis   
Mains signaling   
Phase sequence components   
IEC61000-4-30 complianceClass AClass A 
Automatic transient triggering  
IEEE519 analysis  
Power inverter efficiency  
RMS voltage   
RMS currentRequires probe set  
Neutral current   
Differential inputs  
DC current  
Ethernet, WiFi or USBEthernetEthernet/WiFi/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  
Power harmonics  
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