New and Used Power Line Analyzers

A power line analyzer is one of the most important tools used for measuring and testing various parameters of a power line. Available in different types and sizes to meet the various challenges encountered by users, they differ in complexity and functionality depending on the application they are designed for and the technology they are based on.

One of the most important specifications of a power line analyzer is the input ratings it is designed for. These ratings change from one type to another depending on the intended use of a testing solution. Important specifications that may influence the suitability of a power line analyzer include the input frequency and the communication frequency of a power line. Using a power line analyzer for applications outside the rated specs may result in unreliable results or damage to the equipment. This should be avoided at all times.

Eliminate Downtime

Modern models of power line analyzers offer better performance than their predecessors. They are designed to deliver speed and accuracy to enable engineers and technicians to address issues with minimum downtime. In addition, this improved performance has also been enhanced by the advanced computing technology that is enabling manufacturers to design testing solutions that match today’s needs.

Today’s power line analyzers enable users to save and recall test results for later analysis and use in report generation. Some are also capable of downloading various test set ups. All these features allow users to troubleshoot power lines with ease and accuracy. Although specialized power line analyzers are available, most manufacturers are now focusing on integrated test solutions to enable users to address various power line issues with a single solution.

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Hioki 3169-20-01-100

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Voltech PM100

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Fluke 43B-003 Power Quality Analyzer

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Single and Multi Phase Solutions

These intelligent power line analyzers are powerful and capable of identifying a multitude of problems. They are designed to address the challenging issues encountered by engineers and technicians in the labs as well as in the field. Powerful features include error rate measurement capability, SNR measurement capability, and usually are designed for 50 Hz or 60 Hz applications. Some are suitable for both single phase as well as multiphase power networks whereas others are designed for specialized applications. Most are centered on a microprocessor unit that is responsible for the computations involved.

It is difficult to study the effects of an electrical device on a power line without a power line analyzer. Similarly, it is virtually impossible to identify a fault in a power line without this testing solution, making them an important tool for power engineers or technicians.

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