

Power Analysers At PCE Instruments you will find power analysers to measure the power in W, kWh or to analyze and measure harmonics. These power analysers are multifunction power analysers devices that measure precisely direct current, alternating current, ACvoltage, DCvoltage the intensity of DC or AC, phase rotation and idle, apparent and effective power. The reading of AC power is considered the real value and has a maximum range of 6000 Watts. While a reading is being taken, the polarity changes automatically, if negative values are taken then a minus sign will appear on the device display. Nowadays, power analysers have many features such as, insulated current input, measurement of harmonics, AC and DC current measurement, AC and DC voltage measurement, frequency measurement, phase rotation measurement and idle, apparent and effective power measurement. All this data can also be logged and analysed with the delivered PCSoftware. Power analysers of the type PCE PA 6000 can determine the energy in singlephase systems. Power analysers of type PCEGPA 62 allow the energy measurement in symmetrically loaded threephase systems. Power analysers of type PCEPA 8000, PCE360 and PCE830 support professional power and energy measurements in single and threephase systems. Apart from being used as energymeasuring devices, power analysers like the PCE830 can also be used for network analysis and the determination of harmonics and phase rotation. On our website you will find other power analysers used in the field of electronics. If you can't find the power analysers you are looking for, please contact us and we will help you find the best solution to suit your needs by calling our offices on:
UK customers +44(0) 23 809 870 30 / US customers (561) 3209162 and our technical staff will advise you regarding our
measuring
instruments. Our engineers and technicians will be happy to help you with the power analysers, and of course, with the other products in the field of
regulation and
control, and scales and
balances.
Here you can see power analysers
from these companies:
You will find the technical specifications for our Power analysers at the following links:

 Easycount Power Analysers (Mobile threephase power analysers for voltages up to 400 VAC)


 Easycount 1/2 Power Analysers (Mobile threephase power analysers for voltages up to 400 VAC)


 Power
Analysers PKT2510
(for application in laboratories, for direct and indirect power gauging)


 PCEPCM 1 Power Analysers (TRMS measurement to 750 V and 1000 A, 750 kW capacity, minimum and maximum)


 PCEGPA 62 Power Analysers (Power analysers with network Analyser / power and energy meter, logger, graphic display) 

 PCEPA 8000 Power Analysers (Threephase power analysers with registration in the SD card, interface)


 PCEPA
8300 Power Analysers
(power network and harmonics analyzer, up to 3000 A AC, SD memory card,
various current clamps)


 PCE360 Power Analysers (Three phase power and harmonics analyser with data storage, PC interface and software)


 1phase
PowerAnalysers C.A 8230
(1phasepoweranalysers withTRMSmeasurement,
Power measuring up to 6500 A, Storage, data logger)


 PCE830 series Power Analysers (3 phase power
analysers, energy meter and harmonics meters)


 Power Analysers (Power analysers for fixed professional installation) 

Useful information about power
analysers: In the power measurements of voltage networks, power is the result of the formula P = U * I; which means the product of the voltage U and electric current I. In the case of measuring alternating current (i.e. line voltage of 50 Hz) a phase angle between current and voltage is generated. You should take it into account in measuring effictive power. Therefore, the power analysers shows the combined measurement of electrical power, a tour of the voltage and current. The value P
(efictive power) is equivalent, as described above, to the product of both values. In practice there are three different power classes:
 Apparent power S measured in W (watt amps)  Effective power P (and equivalent power) measured as W (watts)  Idle power Q as VAR (watt, amps and reagents)
In general we have to differ between two measuring methods. direct current measurement: For this current measurement, the circuit must be opened. It is not possible to measure in an active circuit. indirect current measurement: The current is measured by a current transformer clamp. This can be easily clicked around the wire. It is not necessary to open the circuit.
All PCE power analysers provide the indirect measurement system.
Power Analysers are available as several types and versions. Depending on the field of operation, several Power analysers are advisable. For maintenance and inspections power analysers with clamps are available. These power analysers will measure current indirectly so you don't have to take action in the current circuit. Electric power is able to be measured and described with power
analysers, too.
Three phase power analysers are able to measure simultaneously via power analysers with three clamps. The possibility to measure power is also given with several special constructed power
analysers. These power analysers are not only able to measure power but also values like current, voltage and resistance. Power analysers are available for mobile needs and stationary operation for example in form of laboratory power
analysers.
Applications for Power analysers: In General the Power analysers are used to measure the power and o calculate the energy cost depending on the measurement. Other Customer measure the output from a transformer and the decide if they can add on more devices on the transformer or not. In the past two years the Power analyser are also used in the photovoltaic area.

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