Rental - Dranetz PX5 3 Phase Power Quality Analyzer
The Dranetz Px5 Power Xplorer combines the most innovative feature set available with an easy-to-use colour graphical user interface. The high-speed sampling and data capture features allow this 8-channel workhorse to simultaneously capture and characterise hundreds of parameters using a range of standard, and customisable, operating modes.
Its unique measurement capabilities enable it to measure any power quality problem including power quality and survey diagnostics, fast transient capture, local distortion and imbalance. This instrument provides flicker measurements up to IEC61000-4-15 and compliance monitoring to IEEE 1159, IEC61000 4-30 Class A and EN50160.
Users can select from a variety of data displays such as phasors, waveforms, meters and harmonic spectrums, as well as recording options that include continuous monitoring or report-by exception, and AC and DC measurements for events lasting from a microsecond to an hour.
Eight channels, 4 voltage & 4 current
Intuitive color touch screen
Light weight — About 4 pounds, 2 kg — with rugged rubber boot
Samples at 256 samples/cycle
Independent voltage & current triggering, cross triggering
High-speed sampling and data capture (1 microsecond/channel)
Oscilloscope-like high speed transient detection (Dranetz 658-like and BMI-8800 like)
Detailed event characterization of RMS variations and transients
THD/harmonic spectrum and TID/interharmonics spectrum to the 63rd
Captures IEEE 1459 parameters for non-sinusoidal and advanced power systems
Remote communications—RS-232, Ethernet or USB
Battery or AC mode
Built in UPS battery with external charger
Available with up to 4GB Compact Flash Memory
Available languages — English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Swedish, Polish, Thai, Korean, Finnish, Japanese, Chinese (Traditional and Simplified)
DRAN-VIEW enabled (Windows 2000, XP, Vista, 7)
Complies with IEEE 1159, IEEE 519, IEEE 1453
Complies with IEC 61000-4-30 Class A and EN50160
Measures flicker according to IEC 61000-4-15; measures electrical harmonics according to IEC 61000-4-7