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Fluke Simplifies Discovery Of Electrical Energy Waste

Fluke has introduced the Fluke 1730 Three-Phase Energy Logger, which enables multi-disciplinary maintenance professionals to gather energy data on a variety of equipment. The accompanying Fluke Energy Analyze software then aids them in analysis and reporting in order to make action on the findings.

Fluke (Everett, Wash.) has introduced the Fluke 1730 Three-Phase Energy Logger, which enables multi-disciplinary maintenance professionals to gather energy data on a variety of equipment. The accompanying Fluke Energy Analyze software then aids them in analysis and reporting in order to make action on the findings, even supplying the advanced detail required by electrical engineers. According to the company, this makes energy audits more practical for all facilities, and gives them the data necessary to make changes to reduce energy costs.

The 1730 energy logger allows users to collect the key measurements of voltage, current, power, and power factor. All of these are logged automatically and can be reviewed during logging. It will also guide users through common startup errors, with a digital check and auto-correct of all connections, plus an on-screen wizard for interval setup. The logger is also produced to meet high safety ratings (600 V CAT IV/1000 V CAT III), and can be powered directly from the measured circuit.

The Fluke Energy Analyze software allows users to analyze energy or load profiles, zoom in or zoom out on details, add comments or pictures, overlay different logging sessions, create reports and more.

Get more information at www.fluke.com.

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