MRO Magazine

Handheld Three-Phase Analyzers Rated for Use at Service Entrance

Fluke has introduced the first three-phase power quality analyzers rated to CAT III, 1000 V/CAT IV, 600 V for all four-channels, enabling power quality testing at the service entrance. The Fluke 430 Series offer some features help to quickly diagn...


November 1, 2004
By MRO Magazine

Fluke has introduced the first three-phase power quality analyzers rated to CAT III, 1000 V/CAT IV, 600 V for all four-channels, enabling power quality testing at the service entrance. The Fluke 430 Series offer some features help to quickly diagnose problems and build benchmarks for predictive maintenance. These features include AutoTrend, which records everything on the screen automatically, and System-Monitor, a quick diagnosis of system performance against user defined limits. Designed for power quality specialists as well as electricians and plant technicians, it has functions typically only found on expensive power recorders. Its menu-driven interface allows users to be hooked up and recording in minutes.

Fluke Electronics Canada