AEMC 8335 Three-Phase Power Quality Analyzer with 193-36-BK
Model: 8335 w/4 193-36-BK | Order No: 2136.24
Sorry! This product has been discontinued.
The AEMC 8335 PowerPad Three Phase Power Quality Analyzer Kit with 4x Ampflex 193-36-BK CTs (6500A) has been discontinued, it has been replaced by the AEMC 8336 PowerPad III Power Quality Analyzer with AmpFlex Sensors, 24"
AEMC 2136.24 8335 w/193-36-BK PowerPad 3-Phase Power Quality Analyzer w/193-36 AmpFlex Probe
- Measures of TRMS voltages up to 1000Vrms AC/DC for two, three, four or five-wire systems
- Measures TRMS currents up to 6500 ARMS (sensor dependant)
- Measures DC currents up to 1400ADC (with MR193 probe)
- Frequency measurement (40 to 69Hz systems)
- Direct measurement of neutral current for WYE configurationsj
- Record and display trend data as fast as once per second for one month for up to 25 variables
- Transient detection on all V and I inputs
- Inrush Current
- Calculates Crest Factors, K Factor, short-term flicker, and phase unbalance (3 phase only)
- Measures harmonic angles and rates (rferenced to the fundamental or RMS value) for voltage, current or power, up to 50th harmonic
- Displays harmonic sequencing and direction and calculation of overall harmonics
- Provides a real time display of Phasor diagrams including values and phase angles
- Monitors of the average value of anhy parameter
- Measures of active, reactive and apparent power per phase and their respective sum total
- Calculates power factor, displacement power factor and tangent factor
- Also feature recording, time stamping and characterization of disturbance (swells, sags and interruptions, over extertion of power and harmonic thresholds)
- 2GB internal memory
The PowerPad® Model 8335 is a three-phase power quality analyzer that is easy-to-use, compact and shock-resistant. It is intended for technicians and engineers to measure and carry out diagnostic work and power quality work on one, two or three phase low voltage networks.
The PowerPad® 2GB of memory is conveniently partitioned to let you store four different types of data, synchronized or independent of each other. You can store up to 50 screen snapshots, up to 300 captured transients that contain four cycles for each active input, and 10,000 alarm events from up to 40 different parameters. You can also record trend data for days, weeks or even months.
Can be applied to:
- Verification of power distribution circuits
- Measurement and recording of power system quality (kW, VA, VAR)
- Energy metering (kVAh, VARh, kWh)
- In plant troubleshooting of power distribution panels and individual machinery
- Monitor pad mount transformers
- Determine harmonic problems originating from source or load
- Monitor phase unbalances
- Determine transformer K-Factor