High Accuracy Power Analysis in a Portable Device
Hioki has enhanced the legacy 3390 Power Analyzer with the new PW3390 Series Power Analyzer, a 4-channel device with a built-in motor analysis option,
Hioki has enhanced the legacy 3390 Power Analyzer with the new PW3390 Series Power Analyzer, a 4-channel device with a built-in motor analysis option, to deliver a high accuracy power analysis regardless of the measurement situation. The PW3390 series offers a power accuracy of ±0.04% rdg. and a DC to 200kHz measurement bandwidth, which covers the range necessary to correctly measure the input and output power of inverter devices as well as the efficiency level of high-efficiency equipment. In addition, a built-in current sensor phase shift function based on a new virtual oversampling technology enables the phase characteristic compensation of current sensors at 0.01° resolution, resulting in the accurate measurement of even high frequency power with low power factors. 17 Hioki current sensors rated 20 A to 6000 A are available to pair with the PW3390 to meet applications ranging from automotive power to infrastructure equipment testing, resulting in a flexible lineup of power analysis devices to accommodate any measurement situation.
Hioki E.E. Corporation is a Nagano-based company, researches, develops, manufactures, and markets electric measuring devices including resistance meters, automatic testing equipment, and recording equipment. The company's products include integrated circuits (ICs) testers, signal generators, sensors, and power measuring instruments. The company was first established in June 1935, and registered as Hioki E.E. on January 5th, 1952.