Fluke’s three-phase power loggers, the 1736 and 1738, give users the data needed to make critical power quality and energy decisions in real-time. They are specifically engineered to conduct energy studies and basic power quality logging, automatically capturing and logging over 500 power quality parameters for more visibility into the data needed to optimise system reliability and savings. These are the first three-phase power loggers built with the Fluke Connect mobile app and software, enabling users to measure, capture and log all relevant characteristics of electric power and enable access to management and analysis of large data sets. These units have more power quality measurement capability than their predecessor, the 1730, a pure energy logger; this functionality is a subset of the 1736/1738. For users performing both basic power quality studies and energy studies, these devices enable users to measure, capture and log all relevant characteristics of electric power and gives access to management and analysis of large data sets.
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