AEMC 8336 Three-Phase Power Quality Analyzer

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The AEMC PowerPad® III Model 8336 is a three-phase power quality analyzer that is easy-to-use, compact and shock resistant. It enables technicians and engineers to measure and carry out diagnostics and power quality work on one-, two- or three- phase networks. Five voltage and four current inputs are provided. It is IEC 61000-4-30 Class B and safety rated to 600V CAT IV.

The Model 8336 has 2GB of memory available for storing trend data. Additional internal memory is used to let you store alarms, transients, and snapshot data.  The user can store up to 50 screen snapshots, up to 210 captured transients that contain four cycles for each active input, and 10,000 alarm events from up to 40 different parameters. Trend data can also be recorded for days, weeks or even months. Inrush current can also be captured and stored.
 

AEMC 8336 Features:

 
  • Measurement of TRMS voltages up to 1000Vrms AD/DC for two-, three-, four- or five-wire systems
  • Measurement of TRMS currents up to 10kArms (sensor dependent)
  • Measures up to 5000ADC with the AC/DC Current Probe Model J93
  • Frequency measurement (40 to 70Hz systems)
  • Records and displays trend data as fast as once per second for one month up to 41 variables
  • Captures up to 210 transient occurrences on all V and A inputs
  • Measures harmonics (referenced to the fundamental or RMS value) for voltage, current or power up to the 50th harmonic
  • Recording, time stamping and characterization of disturbance (swells, sages and interruptions, exceedence of power and harmonic thresholds)
  • 2GB SD Card for Trend Recording memory; Alarm, Snapshot, Transient and Inrush stored in internal flash memory
  • Measures energy VAh, VARh & Wh
  • 65µs/sample transient recording
  • FREE DataView® software is included for configuring real-time display and report generation
 

AEMC 8336 Applications:

 
  • Verification of power distribution circuits
  • In-plant troubleshooting of power distribution panels and individual machinery
  • Monitor pad mount transformers and phase unbalances
  • Determine harmonic problems originating from source or load
  • Determine transformer K-Factor
  • Energy metering (kVAh, VARh, kWh)