The Extech PQ3400 Series 3-Phase Power Analyzer/Datalogger is a handy way to record electrical readings in a portable, easy-to-read format. Extech PQ3400 Series 3-Phase Power Analyzers/Dataloggers allow for full system analysis with up to 35 parameters on a time range anywhere from two seconds up to two hours. Up to 30,000 readings can be recorded on a removable SD memory card in Microsoft Excel spreadsheet format, and can be viewed on the PQ3450's built-in backlit LCD numeric display. The PQ3470 allows for even more in-depth analysis on the go, offering a graphic display as well as harmonics and waveform graphing.Read More...
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Two models of the Extech PQ3400 Series 3-Phase Power Analyzer/Datalogger are available according to your measurement needs.
The Extech PQ3400 Series 3-Phase Power Analyzer/Datalogger includes a set of four test leads with alligator clips, but you have the choice to and an additional set of four voltage test leads with both alligator clips and plunger clips.
The Extech PQ3400 Series 3-Phase Power Analyzer/Datalogger is compatible with Extech's PQ34 Series current clamp probes.
The Extech PQ3400 Series 3-Phase Power Analyzer/Datalogger can be used with a set of flexible current probes for high current measurements. The optional PQ-34-30 probe set includes three 3000A current clamp probes with a 600mm perimeter.
Featuring a large LED display and capable of full system analysis, the Extech PQ3400 Series 3-Phase Power Analyzer/Datalogger is capable of performing an on-site analysis and instantly displaying results. For the electrician who needs to keep extensive records, the PQ3450 and PQ3470 also allow for exporting of 30,000 sets of recorded data into the common Microsoft Excel format.
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When it comes to analyzing electrical systems, the Extech PQ3400 Series 3-Phase Power Analyzer/Datalogger is truly a cut above. Featuring a 35-parameter full system analysis and an easy-to-read backlit LED display, these data loggers are great for on-site analysis. For maintaining analysis records, these readings can be easily transferred to a PC with an SD card, where they can be easily imported with Microsoft Excel.