Fluke electrical energy loggers help to optimize plant energy useFebruary 1, 2019 REDWIRE is news you can use from leading suppliers. Powered by FRASERS.
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Chevrier Instruments offers world-class test and measurement devices from major manufacturers, and that includes Fluke. Among these products are the Fluke 1732 and 1734 three-phase electrical energy loggers, which are designed to simplify the process of determining sources of electrical energy waste. With these instruments, businesses can learn exactly when and where they are consuming energy in their facilities – right down to the individual circuits.
Identifying opportunities to save energy
These electrical energy loggers by Fluke allow users to profile their energy use across their plants by automatically capturing and logging voltage, current, power, power factor, energy, and related values. They also help to identify opportunities to save energy, while offering the required information to act on those opportunities.
Fluke 1732 and 1734 are recommended primarily for load studies, energy assessments and surveys, logging-related analog measurements, and power and energy logging. A notable feature is the Energy Analyze software package that comes included; this software enables automated reporting, which allows users to compare multiple data points over time to construct a complete picture of their energy use, so they can lower their energy costs.
These energy loggers from Chevrier each have three flexible current probes that help users measure all three phases, and the devices automatically log all measured values so that no measurement trends are lost. Each logger can store more than 20 separate logging sessions at once, and users can even review measurement values during logging sessions and before downloading for real-time analysis.
Another key advantage is the optimized user interface, which has a fast, guided graphical setup that makes sure the logger is capturing the correct data each time. Each device has an intelligent verification function that indicates whether correct connections have been made, as well as a bright colour touchscreen that conducts convenient in-the-field analysis and data checks with total graphical display.
Fluke 1732 and 1734 are both compatible with Fluke Connect. The Fluke Connect app allows users to access and share data remotely while maintaining safe working distances and making important decisions in real time, without needed personal protective equipment.
To learn more, contact Chevrier.