AEMC Introduces the New Power Quality Analyzer PowerPad® IV Model 8345

December 13, 2022

The PowerPad® IV Model 8345 is a 1000 V three-phase Class A power quality analyzer that is easy-to-use, has an on-screen set-up and internal GPS clock, and offers the highest measurement accuracy. It provides comprehensive features, numerous calculated values, and several processing functions enabling technicians and engineers to measure and carry out diagnostics and power quality work on all existing one, two or three phase networks. It is IEC 61000-4-30 Class A Edition 3 and safety rated to 1000 V CAT IV.

Features

  • IEC 61000-4-30 Class A standard
  • 5 V to 1000 VAC Voltage and 400 kS/s voltage sampling
  • Shockwaves up to 12 kV every 500 ns
  • Harmonics – DC to 63rd order and Interharmonics 0 to 62nd order
  • InRush, RMS Values, Flicker, USB, Ethernet, Webserver and Wi-Fi communication for easy accessibility
  • All data stored on the SD Card with 16 GB External for transport flexibility
  • 2.5 µs 1000 transient events with 10 cycles each
  • IP 54 protection
  • Webserver for remote control
  • 7 in color TFT Display with touch screen
  • Includes FREE DataView® software for configuring data retrieval, real-time display, analysis, and report generation
  • 3 Year Warranty (upon registration within 30 days)

Applications

  • Electrical Maintenance
  • Power factor studies
  • Load balancing & load start-up measurements
  • Overheating of the neutral conductor
  • Measurements on photovoltaic installations
  • Capacitor bank sizing
  • Transformer analysis (derating)
  • Failure of switchgear or its components
  • Tripping of circuit brakers and differentials
  • Flicker monitoring & energy efficiency
  • Checking power consumption
  • Substation metering
  • Voltage quality analysis
  • EN50160 certification

Target Markets

  • Major electricity consumers
  • Heavy industries, other process industries
  • Audit companies & electrical contractors

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