Harmonic Analysis Services
|Preferred Audit Location||On-Site Testing|
|Analytical Service Frequency||6 Months|
|Power Rating||<1 kVA|
|Audit Type||Third Party|
- Power Quality (PQ) refers to the reliable delivery of electrical energy in a form that enables electrical equipment to operate properly. When dips and swells, spikes, surges, momentary outages, sags or other disturbances occur—computers and other electrically powered equipment may malfunction, foil prematurely or shut down unexpectedly. Many facilities simply cannot accept these consequences. Consider hospitals, banks, data communications centers, manufacturing and other facilities that rely on smooth, reliable power for operations. The consequences of an unplanned outage can cost thousands of dollars each minute or result in unsafe conditions or other serious problems unsafe conditions or other serious problems.
- Measurement Functions:
- The RMS values of AC voltages up to 1000 V between terminals. By using the ratios, the device can measure voltages up to hundreds of gigovolts.
- The RMS values of AC currents up to 10,000 amperes. By using the ratios, the device can measure currents up to hundreds of kiloamperes.
- The DC components of voltages and currents.
- Minimum and maximum half-cycle RMS voltage and current values
- Peak voltage and current values
- The frequency of 50 Hz and 60 Hz networks.
- Current and voltage peak factors (excluding neutral current).
- Calculation of the harmonic loss factor (FHL), application to transformers in the presence of harmonic currents.
- Calculation of the K factor (KF), application to transformers in the presence of harmonic currents.
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