AEMC PowerPad® 8335 with memory capacity of 2GB of trend data storage: up to 50 screen shots, 300 captured transients/inrush and 10,000 alarm events.
The AEMC 8335 Three-Phase Power Quality Analyzer is a three-phase power quality analyzer that is easy-to-use, compact and shock-resistant. It is intended for technicians and engineers to measure and carry out diagnostic work and power quality work on one, two or three phase low voltage networks.
The AEMC 8335 PowerPad 2GB of memory is conveniently partitioned to let you store four different types of data, synchronized or independent of each other. You 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. You can also record trend data for days, weeks or even months.
Six direct access function buttons quickly let you see:
- Waveforms Display Volts, Amps, THD and Crest Factor by phase or for all phases. You can display all the voltage inputs on one screen, phase-to-phase or phase-to-neutral. Realtime phasor diagrams can be displayed for volts and amps, also by phase or for all phases including phase unbalance.
- Harmonics Display Harmonics out to the 50th for Volts, Amps and VA. Individual Harmonics are displayed as a percentage and value for Volts, Amps and VA. Harmonic direction and sequencing can also be displayed.
- Transients Set, capture and display transients. You select the threshold and the number of transients to capture. The PowerPad® then captures four waveforms for each transient; the triggering waveform as well as one pre-triggered and two post-triggered waveforms. As many as 300 transients each consisting of 4 waveforms per channel for up to 8 channels can be captured.
- Trend Recording Record and display trend data at user selectable sample rates from 1/sec to 1/15 minutes and user programmable recording periods into 2GB of memory.
- Voltage Ratios: 1V to 500kV / Separate or grouped configuration of channels
- Mixed Sensors: 10mA to 60kA depending on sensor. Measurements can be performed simultaneously using several different current sensors
- Transient Adjustment Level: Adjustment of V or A / separate or grouped configuration of channels
- Languages: 25 different languages supported
- Measurement of TRMS voltages up to 1000Vrms AC/DC for two, three, four or five-wire systems
- Measurement of TRMS currents up to 6500Arms (sensor dependent)
- Frequency measurement (40 to 69Hz systems)
- Direct measurement of neutral current for WYE configurations
- Record and display trend data as fast as once per second for one month for up to 25 variables.
- Transient detection on all V and I inputs
- Inrush current
- Calculation of Crest Factors for current and voltage
- Calculation of the K Factor for transformers
- Calculation of short-term flicker for voltage
- Calculation of the phase unbalance for voltage and current (3 phase only)
- Measurement of harmonic angles and rates (referenced to the fundamental or RMS value) for voltage, current or power, up to 50th harmonic
- Display of harmonic sequencing and direction and calculation of overall harmonics
- Real time display of Phasor diagrams including values and phase angles
- Monitoring of the average value of any parameter, calculated over a period running from 1 sec to 2 hrs
- Measurement of active, reactive and apparent power per phase and their respective sum total
- Calculation of power factor, displacement power factor and tangent factor
- Recording, time stamping and characterization of disturbance (swells, sags and interruptions, exceedence of power and harmonic thresholds)
- 2GB internal memory
- DataView software included
Large Color Functional Displays
- Verification of power distribution circuits
- Measurement and recording of power system quality (kW, VA, VAR)
- Energy metering (kVAh, VARh, kWh)
- In plant troubleshooting of power distribution panels and individual machinery
- Monitor pad mount transformers
- Determine harmonic problems originating from source or load
- Monitor phase unbalances
- Determine transformer K-Factor
- DataView® Software
- User Manual
- Three color-coded current probes with 10' leads
- Four color-coded 10 ft voltage leads
- Four color-coded alligator clips
- RS-232 DB9F optically coupled serial cable
- NiMH battery
- US 120V power cord
- Carrying bag
- Soft carrying pouch
|Sampling Frequency ||256 samples/cycle |
|Data Storage ||2GB SD Card |
|Voltage (TRMS) ||Phase-to-Phase: 1000V;
Phase-to-Neutral: 1000V |
|Current (TRMS) ||MN Clamp: 0 to 6A/120A or 0 to 240A
SR Clamp: 0 to 1200A
MR Clamp: 0 to 1000AAC, 0 to 1400ADC
MiniFlex: 10 to 1000A
AmpFlex: 10 to 6500A(1) |
|Frequency (Hz) ||40 to 69Hz |
|Other Measurements ||kW, kVAR, kVA, PF, DPF, kWh, kVARh, kVAh, K-Factor, Flicker |
|Harmonics ||1st to 50th, Direction, Sequence |
|Power Source ||9.6V NiMH rechargeable battery pack (included)
External AC supply: 110/230VAC +/-10% (50/60Hz) |
|Battery Life ||>=8 hours with display on;
<=35 hours with display off (record mode) |
|Communication Port ||Optically isolated USB |
|Display ||1/4 VGA (320 x 240) color LCD display with adjustable brightness & contrast |
|Dimensions ||9.8 x 7.8 x 2.6" (250 x 200 x 67mm |
|Weight ||4.3 lbs (1.95kg) |
|Safety Rating ||EN 61010-1, 600V CAT IV(2), Pollution Degree 2 |
Data Analysis and Reporting Software for Power Quality Meters
Configure all functions of the PowerPad®
- Display and analyze data on your PC
- Configure all instrument functions and parameters
- Customize frames, templates and reports
- Display real-time data
- Download previously recorded data
- Create and store a complete library of configurations
- Factory predefined templates for each type of instrument
- Display waveforms, trend graphs, harmonic spectrums and text summaries
- Display surge & sag events in high-resolution waveforms and as tabular listings
Minimum System Requirements
- Windows XP / Windows Vista & Windows 7/8 (32/64 bit)
- 256MB of RAM for Windows XP
- 1GB of RAM for Windows Vista & Windows 7/8 (32 bit)
- 2GB of RAM for Windows Vista & Windows 7/8 (64 bit)
When installing DataView on a Windows Vista & 7 system the user must have Administrative access rights during the installation.
User's access rights can be changed after the installation is complete. The user does not need administrative access rights when using DataView.
DataView must be reinstalled for each user in a multi-user system.