Phase Power Analysers
A power analyser is used to measure the flow of power (w) in an electrical system. This refers to the rate of electrical transferral between a power source and a sink, hence the alternative expression of power as energy per second (J/s).
Measuring power flow is a critical yet rudimentary process that can be carried out with consummate ease using a standard power analyzer. More advanced systems acquire electrical signals and carry out integrated calculations for additional, complex analysis.
Keysight N6705C DC Power Analyzer Mainframe, Holds 1-4 Modules, 600 W, N6700 Series
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The Keysight N6705C DC Power Analyzer represents an entirely new instrument category for R&D engineers. It provides unrivaled productivity gains when sourcing and measuring DC voltage and current into a DUT. Using the Keysight N6705C DC Power Analyser, R&D engineers can gain insights into the DUT's power consumption in minutes without writing a single line of code.
Tektronix PA3000 Single-Phase Power Analyser
Channels: 1 - 4, Measurement Bandwidth: 1 MHz
The Tektronix PA3000 is an ideal 1- to 3-phase power analyzer for testing high efficiency power supplies, LED drivers, home appliances, inverters, and drives.