Power Quality Analysers (56 Products)
Free DeliveryMegger MPQ-SIM-01 Power Quality Simulator£4,446.00 £3,705.00Was £4,584.00 £3,820.00You Save £138.00 £115.00
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- Simulate three-phase voltage configurations using a standard single-phase source
- Demonstrate continuous and instantaneous power quality events
- Ideal for training and demonstration applications
Free DeliveryMegger MPQ1000 3-Phase Handheld Power Quality Analyser - Choice of KitAs low as £4,938.00 £4,115.00
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- Comprehensive, datalogging three-phase handheld power analyser
- Built-in digital multimeter and waveform monitor
- Huge range of measurement procedures
About Power Quality Analysers
Thousands of companies, both big and small, waste energy where it isn't needed. This is quite often down to poor power quality; electrical systems ranging from simple to complex installations can be installed correctly, develop faults or run inefficiently without anyone knowing about it.
That's where the power quality analyser comes in; these high-grade testing instruments are made to document and flag up problems within electrical systems, allowing an organisation/professional to quantify where power is being lost and take appropriate action.
The power analyser is suited to a wide variety of applications - for basic power measurements a clamp meter with enabled power functionality is perfect for basic power measurements, but more complex electrical equipment will require high-end analysers designed for breaking down everything that's wrong with a high level of accuracy.
With one of these instruments at hand and attached to a system, it's possible to measure absolutely everything associated with power (functions depending on model). As an example, power analysers can measure voltage, current, voltage/current waveform peak, active power, reactive power, power factor, phase angle, frequency, current integration, power integration, efficiency, loss, voltage/current ripple factor, harmonics, electrical noise and much more.
Some power analysers, include full energy loss calculators which put a financial figure on how much power you're losing and how much energy you're wasting. A tool like this is a perfect addition to a power professional's kit as the energy calculator makes it much easier to inform customers exactly how poor power quality is causing issues within a system.