The Fluke Norma 4000/5000 series are high precision power analyzers that provide reliable, highly accurate measurements for the test & development of power electronics. They include the latest power measurement technology to assist engineers working with motors, inverters, lighting, power supplies, transformers and automotive components in making their products more efficient. Based on a patented high-bandwidth architecture, Fluke Norma Series power analyzers deliver precise measurements of single or three phase current and voltage, harmonics analysis, Fast Fourier Transformation (FFT) analysis, as well as calculations of power and other derived values. They provide class-leading accuracy and common mode rejection for any waveform, frequency, or phase shift.
Ideal for field testing, the Fluke Norma 4000 power analyzer offers easy and straight-forward operation. Features include 1 to 3 power phases, harmonic analysis, FFT analysis, scope mode, vector diagram display, recorder function, and 4 MB RAM data memory. The Fluke Norma 5000 provides the highest bandwidth on the market and is the ideal test and analysis tool for the development of frequency converters and lighting equipment. Features include: 1 to 6 power phases, optional internal printer, and all of the features and functionality of the Fluke Norma 4000 power analyzer described above.
Fluke Norma 4000 and Fluke Norma 5000 power analyzers accurately measure current and voltage and calculate active, reactive and apparent power and calculate other derived values from these high-precision measurements. Accuracy is not affected by either the waveform shape or frequency over a wide range. Phase shift accuracy is maintained due to the input channel design. Harmonics are calculated up to half of the sampling rate. The DSO function represents measured input parameters as waveforms. Voltage and current can be measured directly via the instrument’s integrated voltage dividers and shunts. It is also possible to connect external voltage dividers as well as shunts or current probes for specific applications. Options such as additional interfaces, analogue inputs and outputs are also available. The analyzer firmware can be updated via the standard RS232 interface.
Fluke Norma 4000/5000 series power analyzers are very easy to use. With their simple keypad layout and large display, it is possible to select the desired screen and quickly see the important data. With the arrow keys, users can change phases or move the cursor to highlight individual fields, which can be accessed using the ENTER key. Settings can be changed to suit the application at hand. Configurations most used can be saved for later use. The input modules can handle up to 10 A or 20 A directly or measure current via wideband precision shunts. The available range of shunts enables measurements up to 1500 A and can be used in conjunction with all of the available input modules.
The Fluke NormaView software improves operation efficiency of the analyzers by enabling instrument setup settings to be saved and stored along with the measurement data. Instrument setups can be used for particular measurement tasks. Settings can be easily uploaded to the instrument with just a few mouse clicks. The software also enables quick and easy data download, analysis and report writing.
The optional process interface can be used with both Fluke Norma 4000 and Fluke Norma 5000 power analyzers. It provides the simultaneous recording of torque (M), speed (N) and mechanical power (Pm) of up to four motors. Each of the eight inputs is switchable between analog (voltage) or digital (frequency) input. This interface provides synchronous capture at a sample rate of 34 kHz. The interface also provides four analog outputs, which are updated after every average interval. By inputting the additional analog and digital values it is possible to fully evaluate electrical and mechanical efficiency in real time.