Advanced Digital Multimeter
Make the BEST use of the power that is coming into your facility. Get your money’s worth!
- Increase uptime.
- Avoid line shut down due to electrical spikes, damage to equipment.
- Lengthen the life of your equipment.
- Determine why motors, wires, conductors and machinery are overheating.
- Increase productivity.
Prevent your employees from working with computers that keep losing memory, dim computer screens and dim lighting in general.
You will learn
- How to use a Power Quality Analyzer FLUKE® 43 to take voltage, current power, harmonic, transient and power factor measurements.
- How to measure voltage sags and swells over time.
- The difference between a true power, apparent power and reactive power measurement.
- The difference between a power factor and displacement power factor measurement.
- The effects that poor power quality will have on equipment and distribution systems.
- The different parts (transformers, power panels, etc.) of a power distribution system and common points for taking measurements.
- The different types (Wye, Delta, etc.) of power distribution systems.
Who will benefit
- Building owners and managers
- Facility and plant engineers
- Electrical maintenance personnel
- Motor repair and rewind companies
- Industrial engineers
- Consulting engineers
- Manufacturing managers
- Power Quality Problems
- Voltage changes
- Sags (voltage dips) and swells (voltage surges)
- Transients; harmonics; harmonic distortion; noise
- Phase; voltage and current unbalance
- Single phasing
- Taking Power Measurements
- Measuring true power (W) and apparent power (va)
- Measuring reactive power factor (var)
- Measuring power factor (pf) and displacement power factor (dpf)
- Effects of Poor Power Quality
- Equipment derating
- Conduit and wire overheating
- Overheated neutrals
- Motor, electronic equipment, transformer problems
- Electrical panels
- Power Transmission and Distribution
- Transmission and distribution
- Transformers; transformer ratings; transformer loading (kVA)
- Measuring transformer load
- K-factor transformers; measuring k-factor
- Single-phase residential transformer connections
- Three-phase transformer connections
- Building Distribution Systems
- NEC branch circuit voltage limits
- 120/240 V, 1 Phase, 3-wire service
- NEC phase arrangement and high phase markings
- 120/208 V, 3-phase, 4-wire service
- 120/240 V, 3-phase, 4-wire service
- 277/480 V, 3-phase, 4-wire service
- Conductor identification – color coding and wire markers
- Wire size
In-House Training Available
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