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Technical Specifications

Instrument Type
Portable

Input Channels
1-6 power phases (option of 8 analog/impulse inputs)

Operation Modes
Recorder, Scope

Measurements
Recorder, Scope

Extra Specifications
Norma High Precision Power Analyzer


Product Description

The Norma High Precision Power Analyzer delivers precise measurements of single or three-phase current and voltage as well as calculation of power and other derived values. It provides class-leading accuracy for any wave form, frequency, or phase shift. Its 144 mm (5.7 in) color display makes it easy to use both in the field and as a table unit in labs and on test benches.

Norma 4000: 1-3 power phases, numeric screen, harmonic analysis, scope mode, vector diagram, recorder function and 4 MB RAM data memory

Norma 5000: 1-6 power phases; internal printer and all Norma 4000 functions

  • Compact, high precision power analyzer is easy to carry and saves working space
  • Easy to use with simple user interface
  • Customer can build functionality for his own application with unique modular design.
  • Accurately view dynamic events on all phases at exactly the same point in time with simultaneous parallel acquisition of all phases.
  • All inputs galvanically separated to avoid short circuits in all applications
  • Voltage, current and power harmonics up to the 40th
  • FFT analysis, vector diagram and DSO mode included
  • 15ms up to 3600s free selectable average time for dynamic measurements
  • 4 MB memory for sample or average data on board
  • A choice of four interfaces to select from: RS232, IEE488, Ethernet, USB2.0 for fast and easy connection to PC
  • PI1 Process interface to measure torque and speed with external sensors + 4 analogue outputs for easy use on motor and drive applications
  • 102kHz / 341kHz or 1MHz sample rate
  • Bandwidth from dc to 3MHz / 10MHz
  • 2 years calibration interval recommended; as opposed to competitors who calibrate in intervals of 3 months to 1 year