Power quality that meets the standard All measurements comply with IEC61000-4-30 standards for correct evaluation of all measured values including voltage, current, power, harmonics, flicker etc.
Quick and reliable configuration A tablet computer provides a window into what the instrument is recording, enabling quick and reliable configuration even in awkward test locations
Threshold-free set up Apply thresholds after data is collected with Fluke Power Analyze Software – no need to worry about missed information due to incorrect setups
Captures everything Cross-channel and current triggering capture every measurement, on every channel, every time
Intuitive PC software Easily analyze data and generate reports with automated EN50160 reporting and compliance
Reporting has never been easier Auto Report creates either standard reports or customized reports with the minimum effort or hassle. Export reports to almost any format including RTF (Rich Text Format) for editing in Microsoft Word.
Plug and play Set up in minutes with self-identifying current probes and single-lead voltage connections
No need to reconnect wires Swap channels internally with the wireless PDA or PC when connections are not correct
Measure every parameter Voltage and current on three phases, neutral, and ground
5 MHz, 8000 Vpk waveform capture Get a detailed picture of even the shortest events
Quickly retrieve data With included SD memory card or via the 100 BaseT high-speed Ethernet connection. SD card includes automatic download to SD when no other connection is made to the instrument
The Fluke 1742, 1746 and 1748 Three-Phase Power Quality Loggers are the best tools to troubleshoot, quantify energy usage and analyze power distribution systems in a fast, easy and safe way.
Measure key power quality parameters: Measures harmonics and interharmonics for voltage and current, also includes unbalance, flicker and rapid voltage changes.
Measure with premium accuracy: Meets the rigorous IEC 61000-4-30 Class A Edition 3 standard for ‘Testing and measurement techniques–Power quality measurement methods.'
One-touch reporting: Create standardized reports according to commonly used standards like EN 50160, IEEE 519, GOST 33073 or export data in PQDIF or NeQual compatible format for use with third party software using the included Fluke Energy Analyze Plus Software.