Fluke launches LEM Instruments power quality test equipment in US market

Everett, WA, Nov. 29, 2005 — Fluke Corp., a supplier of test and measurement equipment, is adding LEM Instruments power quality tools to its line of power quality testing equipment. The new products are designed to address a wide range of power quality testing applications.

The new line features:

* LH1050/1060 power clamp meters combine a current clamp and a power and harmonics meter in a single handheld instrument designed to meet international safety standards (IEC 61010, CAT III 600 V rating). They offer a range of measurement capability suitable for use in installing and testing of dc power systems, in measuring harmonics voltage and current on industrial systems, and in power and energy optimization.

* Analyst 2060 power quality clamp meter is a handheld instrument that combines a current clamp, power quality meter, oscilloscope and data logger. With a range of measurement functions, the Analyst 2060 Power Quality Clamp Meter is designed to meet international safety standards (IEC 61010, CAT IV 600 V rating) and use in applications including commissioning and maintaining variable speed drives, installing and testing of dc power systems, and measuring harmonics voltage and current on industrial systems.

* Analyst 3P three-phase power analyzer is a handheld instrument for recording and analyzing power and energy in commercial and industrial facilities. Combining data logging with a voltage, current and power meter, the Analyst 3P includes 4 flexible current probes for measuring all three phases and neutral. It enables users to set up recording for NEC-required load studies, to view trends and recorded data with the PQLogView software included with the unit, and to generate reports.

* Memobox power distribution network analyzers are a line of portable power quality recorders designed for low- and medium-voltage applications including those in electric utility network environments. Memobox analyzers are capable of monitoring up to 500 parameters, and can store measurements in memory for up to 85 days. The units come with application software designed for intuitive operation that provides trend diagrams, statistical summaries, report writing and real-time data monitoring in the online mode.

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