All voltage, current, power, and harmonic measurements can be logged for minutes, hours, or months. Measurement averaging periods from 1 second to 15 minutes can be selected depending on the application.
Measured parameters can be logged into three separate recording memory areas. If longer recordings are required, the three areas may be combined into one. Stored measurements can be recalled and displayed on-screen in normal screen format or downloaded using the Power Log software package.
The 345 measures a wide range of electrical parameters and can be used for many applications in today’s modern electrical environment. Measuring mode is selected by a simple turn of the rotary switch and the large color display presents data in a clear, easy-to-understand way. By default the display will show the most common measurements, in very large format. If more detailed views are required they are available with the press of a single key (up to six measurements at once).
Designed to quickly view recorded data, the included Power Log software displays all recorded parameters on interactive trends. Generate professional reports with the ‘Report Writer’ function, or copy and paste images into report document manually.
Diagnose equipment start-ups with the inrush current mode. A current trigger level is set prior to recording. Once the level has been exceeded, the meter will begin capture. Recordings from 3 seconds to 300 seconds may be captured, and up to 1000 inrush events may be stored in the instruments memory.
Any measurement can be stored in memory for later viewing, or downloaded to a PC. Simply press ‘SAVE’ to capture the active screen to memory – up to 50 screen shots can be saved for quick and simple documentation. Additionally, over 150,000 individual measurements can be logged for later review on the display or on a PC using Power Log software.
– Set up and troubleshoot variable frequency drives and UPS systems
– Harmonics measurements
– Inrush capture
– Load studies