Clean three-phase power for cal­i­bra­tion labs

DEMM Engineering & Manufacturing - - ELECTRICAL TECHNOLOGY - Con­tact:

Fluke Cal­i­bra­tion in­tro­duces the 6003A three-phase elec­tri­cal power source, a cost-ef­fec­tive in­stru­ment that pro­vides the su­pe­rior ac­cu­racy and per­for­mance of three in­de­pen­dent phases in one com­pact de­vice.

The 6003A is ac­cu­rate enough for cal­i­bra­tion lab­o­ra­to­ries, with spec­i­fi­ca­tions of plus-or-mi­nus 0.038 per cent for power and plus-or-mi­nus 0.01 de­gree for phase.

Its com­pact form fac­tor also makes it easy to trans­port and main­tain in man­u­fac­tur­ing com­pa­nies, elec­tric util­ity me­ter shops, and other or­gan­i­sa­tions that man­u­fac­ture, main­tain, and cal­i­brate power me­ters, en­ergy me­ters, power qual­ity anal­y­sers, and sim­i­lar tools.

The 6003A de­liv­ers the ac­cu­racy and fea­tures found in more ex­pen­sive three-phase sys­tems. It pro­vides three in­de­pen­dent phases of pre­cise volt­age and cur­rent.

It also sources power qual­ity phe­nom­ena, in­clud­ing har­mon­ics, in­ter­har­mon­ics, and dip/swell vari­a­tions. It in­cludes mea­sure­ment ca­pa­bil­i­ties for DC volt­age, DC re­sis­tance, and fre­quency for mea­sur­ing out­puts from power and en­ergy trans­duc­ers.

Be­cause it’s a sin­gle in­stru­ment, the 6003A is eas­ier to trans­port to test work­loads in situ, takes up less bench space, and is more cost ef­fec­tive to main­tain than multi-piece units.

Its graph­i­cal user in­ter­face en­ables users to set up com­plex har­monic sig­nals quickly and eas­ily. It also makes the in­stru­ment re­mark­ably easy to learn and use, so new users be­come pro­duc­tive quickly.

Spe­cialised ca­pa­bil­i­ties can be added, in­clud­ing an en­ergy op­tion, which adds a pulse counter and pulse out­put; a power qual­ity op­tion that en­ables the 6003A to cal­i­brate power qual­ity in­stru­men­ta­tion by gen­er­at­ing up to 63 har­mon­ics, an in­ter­har­monic, mod­u­la­tion (flicker), and dips and swells on all three chan­nels.

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