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Clamp-on Power Logger, 3-Phase 4-Wire Circuits with Harmonic Analysis
The Hioki PW3360-21 monitors power demand and other power parameters to aid in energy audits and validate energy saving measures. It shows the demand value transitions useful for managing power consumption. Record power consumption on an SD Card at specific intervals. Then load the data into the PC. Use the PW336021 to analyze voltage and current harmonics on a 50/60 Hz power line from the fundamental waveform to the 40th order.
Reliable measurements start with proper wiring
- Connect the leads to the PW3360-21
- Make proper connections simply by observing the colors of the displayed leads.
- Connect the voltage clips
- Proceed to the next step when PASS appears
- Connect the clamp sensors
- Select the current range
- Check wire connection status and judgment indicators
Accommodates All Worksites
The PW3360-21 is compact and fits easily in tight spaces. Also easy to read in dim environments with its LCD color display.
Battery power provides about eight hours of continuous operation. In addition, a Voltage Line Power Adapter is available to power the PW3360-21 from the measurement lines. ( Battery Set PW9002 and Voltage Line Power Adapter PW9003 options are sold separately)
The operating temperature range extends from –10°C (14°F) to 50°C (122°F). Even under battery operation, measurements can be performed from 0 °C (32°F) to 40°C (104°F) (0°C (32°F) to 50°C (122 °F) when using LAN communication).
Power logger functionality for displaying measurement results as a graph so you can review them at a glance
The PW3360-21 displays recorded measured values as a graph for convenient use in power management. In addition to instantaneous measured values, you can review maximum, minimum, and average values by moving the cursor on the demand and trend graph displays.
Loaded with More Useful Functions
Note: At least one optional current sensor is necessary to measure current or power parameters.
Simultaneously measures three single-phase 2-wire circuits in the same system.
The pulse input function can be used to record power data and production volume counts simultaneously. The power data and pulse volume (production volume) information are useful for unit cost production management.
Use the Pulse Output function to acquire temperature and pulse (electrical energy) data simultaneously with a data logger. Evaluate the relationship between air conditioner temperature control settings and power consumption.