The number of power supply problems is increasing as power systems are becoming more and more complicated  all due to the rising use of power electronics devices plus a growing installed base of large systems and distributed power supplies. The quickest way to approach these problems is to understand the situation quickly and accurately. The 3198 Power Quality Analyzer is ready to effectively solve your power supply problems.
The Hioki PW3198 can measure all waveforms of power, harmonic, and error events simultaneously. When a problem occurs with the equipment or system on your site, the PW3198 will help you detect the cause of the problem early and solve it quickly. You can depend on the PW3198 to monitor all aspects of your power supplies.
Hioki PW3198 Features
 Verify power problems in accordance with the IEC61000430 Class A standard
 High Accuracy and continuous gapless recording
 CAT IV 600V  safe enough for incoming power lines
 Broadband voltage range lets you measure even highorder harmonic components of up to 80 kHz
 Wide dynamic range from low voltages up to 1300V (3P4W linetoline voltage)
 Maximum 6000V transient overvoltage up to 700kHz
 International power quality measurement standard IEC 61000430 Edition 2 Class A
 LAN, USB and SD card interfaces
 Optional GPS BOX for synchronizing multiple devices
Hioki PW3198 Specs
Measurement line type 
Singlephase 2wire
Singlephase 3wire
Threephase 3wire
Threephase 4wire plus one extra input channel (must be synchronized to reference channel during AC/DC measurement) 
Voltage ranges 
Voltage measurement: 600.00 V rms
Transient measurement 6.0000 kV peak 
Current ranges 
500.00 mA to 5.0000 kA AC (depends on each current sensors) 
Basic accuracy 
Voltage: ±0.1% of nominal voltage
Current: ±0.2% rdg. ±0.1% f.s. + current sensor accuracy
Active power: ±0.2% rdg. ±0.1% f.s. + current sensor accuracy 
Measurement items 
 Transient overvoltage : 2MHz sampling.
 Frequency cycle : Calculated as one cycle, 40 to 70Hz
 RMS voltage/ RMS current refreshed each halfcycle
 Voltage swell, Voltage dips, Voltage interruption
 Inrush current
 Voltage waveform comparison
 Instantaneous flicker value: As per IEC61000415
 Frequency: Calculated as 10 or 12 cycles, 40 to 70Hz
 10sec frequency: Calculated as the wholecycle time during the specified 10s period, 40 to 70Hz
 Voltage waveform peak, Current waveform peak
 Voltage, Current, Active power, Apparent power, Reactive power, Active energy, Reactive energy, Power factor, Displacement power factor, Voltage unbalance factor, Current unbalance factor (negativephase, zerophase)
 Highorder harmonic component (voltage/ current): 2kHz to 80kHz
 Harmonic/ Harmonic phase angle (voltage/ current), Harmonic power: 0th to 50th orders
 Harmonic voltagecurrent phase angle: 1th to 50th orders
 Total harmonic distortion factor (voltage/ current)
 Inter harmonic (voltage/ current): 0.5Hz to 49.5Hz
 K Factor (multiplication factor)
 IEC Flicker, Δ V10 Flicker

Record 
55 weeks (with repeated recording set to [1 Week], 55 iterations)
35 days (with repeated recording set to [OFF]) 
Maximum recordable events 
55,000 events (with repeated recording on)
1000 events (with repeated recording off) 
Interface 
SD/SDHC card, RS232C, LAN (HTTP server function), USB2.0 
Display 
6.5inch TFT color LCD (640×480 dots) 
RealTime Clock function 
Autocalendar, leapyear correcting 24hour clock 
Realtime clock accuracy 
±0.3 per day (with instrument on, 23°C±5°C (73°F±9°F) 
Power outage processing 
In the event of a power outage during recording, instrument resumes recording once the power is back on (integral power starts from 0). 