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Infratek's Power analyser handles up to six power phases

29 Aug 2013

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Infratek recently unveiled its Model 108A power analyser, offering standard, logging, transient, and power-speed measurement modes. The company's latest offering can be configured for six-phase measurements with 18bit resolution and precision as high as 0.02 per cent reading 0.02 per cent range. The multi-phase analyser provides a measurement bandwidth of DC to 2MHz and a data transfer rate of 3400 values/s.

A wide-angle, touch-screen TFT colour display simplifies operation. Almost all settings are accomplished with two touches on the screen or two clicks of the mouse. Eight voltage measurement ranges span 0.3V to 1000V, while current measurement ranges cover 1mA to 50A. Measurement functions include frequency, RMS current, RMS voltage, power, power factor, apparent power, energy, and apparent energy. External speed and torque inputs are optional.

The Model 108A furnishes a variety of interfaces, including Ethernet, RS-232, USB, IEEE 488, and process. It supplies 1Gb of memory for storing measurement results and uses Windows-based operating software.

Datasheet for Infratek's Model 108A power analyser can be downloaded here.

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