Fluke 434 Three-Phase Power Quality Analyzer

Fluke 434 Three-Phase Power Quality Analyzer
Fluke 430 Series
Three-Phase Power Quality Analyzers
Technical Data
Pinpoint power problems faster,
safer and in greater detail
The Fluke 434 and 435 three-phase power quality
analyzers help you locate, predict, prevent and
troubleshoot problems in three- and single-phase
power distribution systems. Troubleshooting is
faster with on-screen display of trends and captured events, even while background recording
continues. The new IEC standards for flicker,
harmonics and power quality are built right in to
take the guess work out of power quality.
• Troubleshoot real-time: Analyze the trends
using the cursors and zoom tools-even while
background recording continues
• Highest safety rating in the industry: 600 V CAT IV/1000 V CAT III rated for use at
the service entrance
• Automatic Transient Mode: Capture 200 kHz
waveform data on all phases simultaneously
up to 6 kV
• Fully Class-A compliant: Conduct tests
according to the stringent international IEC
61000-4-30 Class-A standard
• Measure all three phases and neutral: With included four current probes
• AutoTrend: Every measurement you see is always automatically recorded, without any setup
• System-Monitor: Up to ten power quality
parameters on one screen according to EN50160 power quality standard
• Inrush mode: For troubleshooting nuisance
circuit breaker tripping
• View graphs and generate reports: With included analysis software
• Logger function: Configure for any test condition with memory for over 400 parameters at
user defined intervals
• Mains signaling: Measure interference from
ripple control signals at specific frequencies
• Battery Life: Seven hours operating time per
charge on NiMH battery pack
• Warranty: Rugged, handheld troubleshooter
with Fluke three-year warranty
Applications
Frontline troubleshooting – quickly diagnose
problems on-screen to get your operation back
online
Predictive maintenance – detect and prevent
power quality issues before they cause downtime
Quality of service compliance – validate
incoming power quality at the service entrance
Long-term analysis – uncover hard-to-find or
intermittent issues
Load studies – verify electrical system capacity
before adding loads
Energy assessments – quantify energy consumption before and after improvements to justify energy saving devices
Measure all power parameters, find events and anomalies in seconds
CAT IV 600 V and CAT III 1000 V
safety rating
Designed to help protect you and your equipment, the Fluke 430 Series analyzers and accessories are all certified to meet the stringent
standards for use in CAT IV 600 V and CAT III
1000 V environments. They are the first tools of their kind to carry the CAT IV rating for use in power connections and outlets throughout a
low-voltage power distribution system.
Troubleshoot real-time
AutoTrend feature provides fast insight into
changes over time. Every displayed reading is
automatically recorded without having to set
thresholds or intervals. Analyze the trends using
the cursors and zoom tools—even while background recording continues.
AutoTrend automatically
records all displayed parameters in the background.
Toggle between data and
trend view, and use cursors
and zoom to analyze measurements without interrupting the recording.
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What is Class-A conformity?
Fully Class-A compliant
The Fluke 435 is fully compliant with the new
IEC 61000-4-30 Class-A standard. With this
powerful capability, all measurements will be
consistent and reliable in accordance with the
latest international standard.
Power quality measurement is a relatively new, and quickly
evolving field. There are hundreds of manufacturers around the
world with unique measurement methodologies. Whereas basic
single- and three-phase electrical measurements like rms voltage and current were defined long ago, many power quality
parameters were not previously defined, forcing manufacturers to develop their own algorithms. With so much variation
between instruments, electricians tend to waste too much time
trying to understand an instrument’s capabilities and measurement algorithms instead of understanding the quality of the
power itself!
The new IEC 61000-4-30 Class-A standard takes the guesswork out of selecting a power quality instrument. The standard
IEC 61000-4-30 defines the measurement methods for each
parameter to obtain reliable, repeatable and comparable results.
In addition, the accuracy, bandwidth and minimum set of
parameters are all clearly defined.
IEC 61000-4-30 Class-A Compliance
435
Measurement algorithms
Voltage accuracy
Time synchronization
434
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•
0.1 % of Vnom
0.5 % of Vnom
optional with GPS430 accessory
Measures everything
Measure true-rms and peak voltage and current, frequency, dips and swells, transients,
interruptions, power and power consumption,
peak demand, harmonics up to the 50th, interharmonics, flicker, mains signaling, inrush and
unbalance.
Logger: record the detail you need
User-configurable, long-term recording of MIN,
MAX and AVG readings for up to 100 parameters
on all 4 phases. Enough memory is available to
record 400 parameters for up to a month with 10
minute resolution, or capture smaller variations
with resolution down to 0.5 seconds.
Simple menu structure with logical function grouping gives fast access to key
measurements.
Inrush function automatically
triggers off of current, and
captures start up measurements on motors and other
devices to help determine
trip levels.
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Automatic transient display
Every time an event or voltage distortion is
detected, the instrument triggers and automatically stores voltage and current waveforms on all
three phases and neutral. The analyzer will also
trigger when a certain current level is exceeded.
Up to 40 dips, swells, interruptions and transients can be captured this way. You can see
voltage transients as high as 6 kV and as fast as
5 microseconds.
System-Monitor: Summary screen of
overall power quality health
A single push of the MONITOR button delivers
a dashboard display of rms voltage, harmonics, flicker, interruptions, rapid voltage changes,
swells, unbalance, frequency and mains signaling. The dashboard is updated live, showing
compliance of each parameter to EN50160 limits
or your own limits. Color-coded bars clearly
show which parameters are inside (pass) or
outside limits (fail). During a monitor session,
you can easily drill down to more detail of any
parameter to view and capture its trend for a
report.
Extensive data analysis possibilities
The Fluke 430 Series provides three ways
to analyze measurements. Cursors and zoom
tools can be used ‘live’ while taking measurements, or ‘off line’ on stored measurement data.
Additionally, the stored measurements can be
transferred to a PC with the included software
to perform custom analysis and create reports.
Measurement data can also be exported to common spreadsheet programs. Store up to 10 measurement datasets and up to 50 screen captures
for use in reports.
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The System-Monitor overview screen gives instant
insight into whether the
voltage, harmonics, flicker,
frequency and the number of
dips and swells fall outside
the set limits.
A detailed list is given of all
events falling outside the set
limits. By scrolling through
the events list and selecting
an event, the event can be
analyzed in detail.
Perform custom analysis and
create reports with included
software. Measurement data
can also be exported to common spreadsheet programs.
Easy-to-use
Pre-programmed setups and user-friendly
screens make power quality testing as simple as
you would expect from Fluke. The high-resolution color screen updates every 200 mS and
displays waveforms and wiring diagrams color
coded to industry standards. Handy on-screen
wiring diagrams for all commonly used threephase and single-phase configurations guide you
through connections.
Scope view shows voltage
and current waveforms for
three phase installations.
You can toggle to a phasor
diagram at any time.
Generate reports and view graphs
with Fluke Power Log Software
Designed to quickly view recorded data, the
included Power Log software displays all
recorded parameters on interactive trends.
Generate a professional report with the
‘Report Writer’ function, or copy and paste
images into report document manually.
View recorded data
in simple graphs
and tables.
Easily customize the report
by selecting
time period and
measurements to
include.
Phasor diagram shows voltage and current unbalance,
and helps verify connections.
The full color display uses
region specific industrystandard color-coding (user
selectable) to correlate
measurements with actual
wiring.
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Create professional
reports quickly and
easily.
Technical specifications
The specifications of the instrument are verified using the “implementation verification”
table 3 as specified in IEC 61000-4-30 2002 Chapter 6.2. Accuracy is specified in % of
reading unless otherwise specified. Specifications are valid for models Fluke 435 and
Fluke 434 unless otherwise specified.
Input characteristics
Voltage inputs
Number of inputs
4 (3 phases + neutral) dc-coupled
Maximum input voltage
1000 Vrms
Nominal voltage range
50 V to 500 V according IEC 61000-4-30. Selectable from 1 V to 1000 V.
Maximum peak measurement voltage
6 kV
Input impedance
4 MΩ//5 pF
Bandwidth
> 10 kHz, up to 100 kHz for transient display
Scaling
1:1, 10:1, 100:1, 1000:1 and variable
Current inputs
Number of inputs
4 (3 phases + neutral) dc-coupled
Type
Clamp on current transformer with mV output
Range
1 Arms to 400 Arms with included clamps (i400s/Fluke 434) 30 A to 3000 Arms with included clamps (i430-flex/Fluke 435) 1 Arms to 3000 Arms with optional clamps
Input impedance
50 kΩ
Bandwidth
> 10 kHz
Scaling
0.1, 1, 10, 100, 1000 mV/A, variable, i5s and i430-flex
Nominal frequency
40 Hz to 70 Hz
Sampling system
Resolution
16 bit analog to digital converter on 8 channels
Maximum sampling speed
200 kS/s on each channel simultaneously
RMS sampling
5000 samples on 10/122 cycles according IEC 61000-4-30
PLL synchronization
4096 samples on 10/122 cycles according IEC 61000-4-7
Display modes
Waveform display
Available in Scope and Transient mode
Captures 8 waveforms simultaneously
Display update rate 5x per second
Up to 10/122 times horizontal zoom
Cursors: single vertical line showing min, max, avg reading at cursor position
Phasor
Shows real time phasor diagram Available in Scope and Unbalance mode Display update rate 5x per second
Meter readings
Available in Volts/Amps/Hertz, Harmonics, Power and Energy, Flicker, Unbalance and Logger4 mode
AutoTrend graph
Available in Volts/Amps/Hertz, Dips and Swells, Harmonics, Power and Energy, Flicker, Unbalance, Inrush, Mains Signaling4 Logger4 and Monitor mode Cursors: single vertical line showing with min, max, avg reading at cursor position
Bargraph
Available in Harmonics and Monitor mode
Event list
Available in Dips and Swells, Mains Signaling4, Logger4 and Monitor mode
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Measurement modes
Scope
Vrms, Arms, Vcursor, Acursor, Vfund, Afund, Hz, V phase angles, A phase angles
Volts/Amps/Hertz
Vrms, Vpk, V Crest Factor, Arms, Apk, A Crest Factor, Hz
Dips and swells
Vrms ½, Arms ½ Captures up to 1000 events with date, time, duration, magnitude and phase identification with programmable thresholds
Harmonics dc, 1 to 50
Harmonic Volts, THD Volt, Harmonic Amps, THD Amps, K Amps, Harmonic Watts, THD Watts, K Watts, Interharmonic
Volts4, Interharmonic Amps4 (relative to fundamental or to total rms)
Power and energy
Watts, VA, VAR, Power factor, Cos j/DPF, Arms, Vrms, kWh, kVAh, kVARh, peak demand interval using trend, KYZ revenue meter verification via optional input.
Flicker
Pst(1min), Pst, Plt, PF5, Vrms ½, Arms ½, Dc, Dmax, TD
Unbalance
Vneg, Vzero, Aneg, Azero, Vfund, Afund, Hz, V phase angles, A phase angles
Transients
Vrms, Arms, Vcursor, Acursor
Inrush currents
Inrush Current, Inrush duration, Arms ½, Vrms ½
Mains signaling4
Relative signaling voltage and absolute signaling voltage averaged over three seconds for two selectable frequencies
Logger4
Measures and records up to 100 parameters on all 4 phases simultaneously with selecable averaging time
Captures up to 10000 events with date, time, duration, magnitude and phase identification with programmable
thresholds
System monitor
Vrms, Arms, Harmonic Volts, THD Volts, Plt, Vrms ½, Arms ½, Vneg, Hz, dips and swells, unbalance
All parameters are measured simultaneously in accordance with EN50160
Using Flagging to indicate unreliable readings according IEC61000-4-30
Accuracy, resolution and range
Measurement range
Resolution
Accuracy
0.01 Vrms 0.01 Vrms 0.1 Vrms
± 0.1 % of nominal voltage ± 0.1 % ± 0.5 % of nominal voltage
5 % of nominal voltage
Volt/Amps/Hertz
Fluke 435 1 Vrms to 600 Vrms 600 Vrms to 1000 Vrms Fluke 434 1 Vrms to 1000 Vrms
Vrms (ac+dc)
Vpk
1 Vpk to 1400 Vpk
1V
Voltage Crest Factor (CF)
1.0 to > 2.8
0.01
±5%
Arms (ac+dc)
Fluke 435
Fluke 434
Fluke 434 with i400s
Fluke 435 with i430Flex
0 kArms to 20.00 kArms1
0 kArms to 20.00 kArms1
0 Arms to 40/400 Arms
30 Arms to 3000 Arms
0,001 Arms to 10 Arms1
0,001 Arms to 10 Arms1
0.1 and 1 Arms
1 Arms
±
±
±
±
Apk using 1 mV/A scaling
0 Apk to 5500 Apk
1A
±5%
A Crest Factor (CF)
1 to 10
0.01
±5%
42.500 Hz to 57.500 Hz
51.000 Hz to 69.000 Hz
42.50 Hz to 57.50 Hz
51.00 Hz to 69.00 Hz
0.001 Hz
0.001 Hz
0.01 Hz
0.01 Hz
±
±
±
±
0.1 Vrms
0.1 Vrms
± 0.2 % of nominal voltage ± 1 % of
nominal voltage
0,001 Arms to 10 Arms
0,001 Arms to 10 Arms
0.1 Arms and 1 Arms
1 Arms
±
±
±
±
Hz5
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50
60
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60
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Hz
Hz
Hz
nominal
nominal
nominal
nominal
0.5 % ± 5 counts3
1 % ± 5 counts3
1 % ± 5 counts3
0.5 % ± 20 counts3
0.01
0.01
0.01
0.01
Hz
Hz
Hz
Hz
Dips and swells
Vrms½ (ac+dc)
Fluke 435 0.0 % to 200 % of nominal voltage
Fluke 434 0.0 % to 200 % of nominal voltage
Arms½ (ac+dc)
Fluke 435
Fluke 434
Fluke 434 with i400s
Fluke 435 with i430Flex
0 Arms to 20,000 Arms1
0 Arms to 20,000 Arms1
0 Arms to 400 Arms
30 Arms to 3000 Arms
Threshold levels
Programmable thresholds in percent of nominal voltage
Event detection based upon ½ cycle rms voltages
Captures dips, swells, interruptions and rapid voltage changes
Duration
hhh,mm,ss,mmm
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Half cycle
1
2
2
1
%
%
%
%
±
±
±
±
10
10
10
20
One cycle
counts3
counts3
counts3
counts3
Accuracy, resolution and range
cont.
Measurement range
Resolution
Accuracy
Harmonics
Harmonic order (n)
DC, 1 to 50 grouping: harmonic groups according to IEC 61000-4-7
Inter-Harmonic order
Off, 1 to 49 grouping: harmonic and interharmonic subgroups according to IEC 61000-4-7
Relative (%f): 0.0 % to 100.0 %
Fluke 435 Absolute: 0.0 Vrms to 1000 Vrms
Fluke 434 Absolute: 0.0 Vrms to 1000 Vrms
Vrms
Relative (%f): 0.0 % to 100.0 % Absolute: 0.0 mV to 4000 mV x clamp scaling
Arms
Relative: 0.0 % to 100.0 %
Absolute: depends on clamp and voltage scaling
Watts
(Harmonics only)
Relative:
Fluke 435 Absolute V: Fluke 434 Absolute V:
Absolute A: Absolute W:
DC
THD(n=40) (relative %f or %r)
±
±
<
±
±
0.1 % 1 mVrms x clamp scaling
± 0.1 % ± n x 0.1 % (± 0.4 % for %r) ± 5 % ± 5 counts
0.1 %
±nx2%
± 5 % ± n x 2 % ± 10 counts
0.1 % 0.1 V
0.1 V 1 mVrms x clamp scaling 0.1 V depends on scaling
±
±
±
±
±
0.1 % V and A (± 2 % Watt) 0.2 % of nominal voltage 5 % ± 10 counts 5 % ± 10 counts 5 % ± 10 counts
0.0 % to 100.0 %
0.1 %
± 2.5 % V and A (± 5 % Watt)
0 Hz to 3500 Hz
1 Hz
± 1 Hz
Fluke 435 -360 º to +0 º
Fluke 434 -360 º to +0 º
1º
1º
± n × 1 º ( 8) ± n × 1.5 º (8)
Fluke 435 1.0 MW to 20.00 MW1
Fluke 434 1.0 MW to 20.00 MW1
0.1 kW to 1 kW1
0.1 kW to 1 kW1
± 1 % ± 10 counts3
± 1.5 % ± 10 counts3
Hz
Phase angle
0.0 % to 100.0 % 0.0 V to 1000 V 0.0 V to 1000 V 0.0 mV to 4000 mV x clamp scaling depends on clamp and voltage scaling
0.1 % ± n x 0.1 % (± 0.4 % for %r) 0.05 % of nominal voltage if 1 % of nominal voltage 5 % if ≥ 1 % of nominal voltage 5 % ± 2 counts
0.1 %
0.1 Vrms
0.1 Vrms
Power and energy
Watt (VA, VAR)
kWh6 (kVA6, kVAR6)
00.00 kWhr to 200.0 GWhr1
00.00 kWhr to 200.0 GWhr1
0.01 Xhr to 100 Whr1
0.01 Whr to 100 Whr1
± 1 % ± 10 counts3
± 1.5 % ± 10 counts3
Power Factor
0 to 1
0.01
± 0.033
Cos j/DPF
0 to 1
0.01
± 0.033
Pst (1min), Pst, Plt, PF5 instantenous
Flicker
0.00 to 20.00
0.01
Within ± 5 % of tabulated values
according IEC61000-4-15
Dc%, Dmax% and Time d(t)
exceeds limits as described per
IEC 61000-3-3
0.0 % to ± 100.0 % for Dc% and
Dmax% and 0.000 s to 9.999s for
Time
0.1 % for Dc% and Dmax% and 10 ms
for Time
± 1 % for Dc% and Dmax% and 20 ms
for Time
0.1 %
0.1 %
± 0.15 %
± 0.5 %
0.1 %
±1%
0.1 º
0.1 º
± 2 counts
± 5 counts3
1 V
1V
± 15 % of cursor reading
± 2.5 % of Vnominal
Flicker
Unbalance
Volts
Fluke 435 (neg. and zero seq.) 0.0 % to 5.0 %
Fluke 434 (neg. and zero seq.) 0.0 % to 5.0 %
Current
(neg. and zero seq.)
0.0 % to 20 %
volts -360.0 ° to 0.0 °
current -360.0 ° to 0.0 °
Phase angle
Transient capture
Volts
cursor reading ± 6000 Vpk
rms reading 10 Vrms to 1000 Vrms
Minimum detect duration
5 µs
Sampling rate
200 kS/s
Inrush mode
Arms (ac+dc)
0.000 kArms to 20.00 kArms1
0.001 Arms to 10 Arms1
± 1 % of meas ± 5 counts
Inrush Duration
mm:ss:mmm between 7.5 s to 30 minutes selectable
10 ms
± 20 ms (Fnominal = 50 Hz)
Mains Signaling4
Threshold levels
Thresholds, limits and signaling duration is programable for two independent signaling frequencies
Signaling frequency
60 Hz to 3000 Hz
0.1 Hz
Relative V%
0 % to 100 % of Vnominal
0.1 %
± 0.4 %
Absolute V3s (3 second average)
0.0 V to 1000 V
0.1 V
± 5 % of nominal voltage
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Trend recording
AutoTrend automatically records min, max and average values over time for all readings being displayed for the 3
phases and neutral simultaneously
Method
Volts/Amps/Hertz, Harmonics, Power and Energy, Flicker, Unbalance and Mains Signaling4 mode
Sampling
5 readings/sec continuous sampling per channel
Recording time
From 30 min with 1 second display resolution up to 450 days with 6 hour display resolution.
Zoom
Up to 6x horizontal zoom
Memory
1800 min, max and avg points for each reading
Duration
30 min.
2.5 hrs
7.5 hrs
15 hrs
30 hrs
150 hrs
450 hrs
900 hrs
75 d
225 d
450 d
Resolution
1s
5s
15 s
30 s
60 s
5 min.
15 min.
30 min.
1 hr
3 hrs
6 hrs
Dips and Swells mode
Sampling
100/1202 readings/sec continuous sampling per channel
Recording time
From 90 sec with 25 msec display resolution up to 450 days with 3 hr display resolution
Zoom
Up to 12x horizontal zoom
3600 min, max and avg points for each reading
Memory
Duration
Resolution
90 s
180 s
6 min.
12 min.
30 min.
1 hr
2.5 hrs
7.5 hrs
15 hrs
30 hrs
25 ms
50 ms
100 ms
200 ms
500 ms
1s
2.5 s
7.5 s
15 s
30 s
Inrush currents and flicker PF5 mode
Sampling
100/1202 readings/sec continuous sampling per channel
Recording time
From 7.5 sec with 25 msec display resolution up to 30 min with 500 msec display resolution for Inrush measurements and up to 2 hr with 2.5 sec display resolution for PF5 recordings
Zoom
Up to 12x horizontal zoom
3600 min, max and avg points for each reading
Memory
Duration
Resolution
7.5 s
15 s
30 s
90 s
180 s
6 min.
12 min.
30 min.
25 ms
25 ms
25 ms
25 ms
50 ms
100 ms
200 ms
500 ms
Logger mode
Sampling
Combination of 5 readings/sec and 100/1202 readings/sec continuous sampling per channel depending on the
parameter measured
Recording time
Depends on selected readings and averaging time
Zoom
Two zoom positions, display all or 1x
User configurable shared memory, up to 15 MB on Fluke 435, up to 7 MB on Fluke 4344
Memory
No. of readings on 3 phases + N
Averaging time
Max7 duration using 15 MB
1
10
100
0.5 s
10 min.
2 hrs
0.5 s
10 min.
2 hrs
0.5 s
10 min.
2 hrs
66 hrs
9 years
100
years
6 hrs
333
days
10
years
18 min.
31 days
1 year
Monitor mode
Sampling
Combination of 5 readings/sec and 100/1202 readings/sec continuous sampling per channel depending on the
parameter measured
Recording time
Up to 1 week with 10 min resoluton
Memory
1008 min, max and avg points for each reading, 10 minute resolution
Limits
According EN50160 or customer definable
Measurement method
Vrms, Arms
10/122 cycle contiguous non overlapping intervals using 500/4162 samples per cycle in accordance with IEC 61000-4-30
Vpeak, Apeak
Absolute highest sample value within 10/122 cycle interval with 40 µs sample resolution
V Crest Factor
Measures ratio between the Vpeak and Vrms
A Crest Factor
Measures ratio between the Apeak and Arms
Hz
Measured every 10 sec in accordance with IEC61000-4-30
Vrms½, Arms½
Value is measured over 1 cycle, commencing at a fundamental zero crossing, and refreshed each half-cycle. This technique is independent for each channel in accordance with IEC 61000-4-30.
Harmonics
Calculated from 10/12-cycle gapless harmonic group measurements on Voltage and Amps according to IEC 61000-4-7
Watt
Selectable Total or Fundamental real power display Calculates average value of instantaneous power over 10/12 cycle period for each phase Total Active Power PT = P1 + P2 + P3
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Measurement method
cont.
VA
Selectable total or fundamental apparent power display Calculates apparent power using Vrms x Arms value over 10/12 cycle period Total apparent power is root mean square of real and reactive power
VAR
Selectable total of fundamental reactive power display Calculates reactive power as root of VA squared minus watt squared over 10/12 cycle period
Capacitive and inductive load is indicated with capacitor and inductor icons
Power Factor
Calculated watt/VA
Cos j/DPF
Cos of angle between fundamental voltage and current
Unbalance
The supply voltage unbalance is evaluated using the method of symmetrical components according to IEC61000-4-30
Flicker
According to IEC 61000-4-15 flickermeter—functional and design specification
Includes 230 V 50 Hz lamp and 120 V 60 Hz lamp models
Transient capture
Captures waveform triggered on signal envelope
Additionally triggers on dips, swells, interruptions and Amps level as specified by IEC61000-4-30
Inrush current
The inrush current begins when the Arms half cycle rises above the inrush threshold, and ends when the Arms half
cycle rms is equal to or below the inrush threshold minus a user-selected hysteresis value. The measurement is the
square root of the mean of the squared Arms half cycle values measured during the inrush duration. Each half-cycle
interval is contiguous and non-overlapping as recommended by IEC 61000-4-30. Markers indicate inrush duration.
Cursors allow measurement of peak Arms half cycle.
Mains signaling
Measurements are based on: either the corresponding 10/12-cycle rms value interharmonic bin or the rms of the
four nearest 10/12-cycle rms value interharmonic bins per IEC 61000-4-30 Limit setup for Monitor mode follows EN50160 “Meistercurve”
Time synchronization
Optional GPS430 timesync module provides time uncertainty ≤ 20 ms or ≤ 16.7 ms2 for time tagging of events and
time aggregated measurements. When synchoronisation becomes unavailable, time tolerance is ≤ 1-s/24h
Wiring configurations
1Ø + NEUTRAL
Single phase with neutral
1Ø SPLIT PHASE
Split phase
1Ø IT NO NEUTRAL
Single phase system with two phase voltages without neutral
3Ø WYE
Three phase four wire system WYE
3Ø DELTA
Three phase three wire system Delta
3Ø IT
Three phase system without neutral WYE
3Ø HIGH LEG
Four wire three phase Delta system with center tapped high leg
3Ø OPEN LEG
Open delta three wire system with 2 transformer windings
2-ELEMENT
Three phase three wire system without current sensor on phase L2/B (2 watt meter method)
2½-ELEMENT
Three phase four wire system without voltage sensor on phase L2/B
General specifications
Case
Design
Rugged, shock proof with integrated protective holster
Drip and dust proof
IP51 according to IEC60529 when used in tilt stand position
Shock and vibration
Shock 30 g, vibration: 3 g sinusoid, random 0.03 g2/Hz according to MIL-PRF-28800F Class 2
Display
Type
Bright full-color LCD with CCFL backlight, 80 cd/m2
Size
115.2 mm x 86.4 mm (4.5 in x 3.4 in)
Resolution
320 x 240 pixels
Contrast and brightness
User-adjustable, temperature compensated
Memory
Screens
50 screen memories
Data
10 data memories for storing data including recordings
Logger
User configurable shared memory, up to 15 MB on Fluke 435, Up to 7 MB on Fluke 4344
Limit templates
2 preprogrammed, 2 administrator (programmable via FlukeView®), 2 user locations
Real-time clock
Time and date stamp for AutoTrend, Transient display and SystemMonitor
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General specifications cont.
Mechanical
Size
256 mm x 169 mm x 64 mm (10 in x 6.5 in x 2.5 in)
Weight
2 kg (4.5 lb)
Power
Line power
Switchable 115 V, 230 V adapter with country specific plug
Power adapter output voltage
15 V dc to 23 V dc; use only power adapter BC430
Battery power
Rechargeable NiMH BP190 (installed)
Battery operating time
> 7 hours
Battery charging time
4 hours, 8 hours for/006 version (instrument off)
Power saving
Adjustable time for dimmed backlight with on screen power indicator
Standards
Measurement methods used
IEC 61000-4-30 Class-A
Measurement performance
Fluke 435 IEC 61000-4-30 Class-A, Fluke 434 IEC 61000-4-30 Class-B
Power quality
EN 50160
Flicker
IEC 61000-4-15
Harmonics
IEC 61000-4-7
Cross talk
Between V inputs
-60 dB @ nominal frequency
Voltage to current input
-95 dB @ nominal frequency
Safety
Compliance
IEC/EN 61010-1-2001
CAN/CSA C22.2 No 61010-1-04
UL std No 61010-1
Safety Requirements for Electrical Equipment for Measurement, Control and Laboratory Use, Part 1: General requirements
Rated: 600 V CAT IV/1000 V CAT III Pollution Degree 2
Max voltage on banana input
1000 V CAT III/600 V CAT IV
Max voltage on current BNC input
42 Vpeak
Environmental
Operating temperature
0 °C to +50 °C (32 °F to 122 °F) battery only, 0 °C to +40 °C (32 °F to 104 °F) with adapter, within spec +15 °C to +35 °C (59 °F to 95 °F)
Storage temperature
-20 °C to +60 °C (-4 °F to +140 °F)
Humidity
10 °C to 30 °C: 95 % RH non-condensing; 30 °C to 40 °C: 75 % RH non-condensing; 40 °C to 50 °C: 45 % RH non-condensing battery only
Maximum operating altitude
3000 m. Derate to 1000 V CAT II/600 V CAT III/300 V CAT IV above 2000 m
Maximum storage altitude
12 km
Warranty
Three-years on mainframe, one-year on included accessories
Printers and Interface
Type
Serial, optically isolated. Compatible with PM9080 (RS-232) or OC4USB (USB)
Baud rate
1200, 2400, 9600 to 115 kB
Print out facility (B&W only)
Via optional adapter PM9080 or PAC 91
Print protocol
Epson FX/LQ, Deskjet, LaserJet , DPU-414 or PostScript
Electro Magnetic Compatibility (EMC)
EN61326-1
Fluke 434/435, including standard accessories, conforms with the EEC
directive 89/336 for EMC immunity, as defined by EN61326, with the
addition of the table below
Frequency
Disturbance < 0.5 %
Disturbance < 10 %
80 MHz to 400 MHz
All ranges
Emission and immunity
400 MHz to 600 MHz
All other ranges
600 MHz to 1 GHz
All ranges
125 V range
The Analyzer is susceptible for RF fields with a field strength of 10 V/m, between 400 MHz and 600 MHz (Performance criteria B).
1Depending
on clamp scaling, volt scaling 1:1
Hz/60 Hz nominal frequency according to IEC 61000-4-30
3Add clamp accuracy and phase shift
4The logger and mains signaling function are optional for the Fluke 434 and
standard on the Fluke 435
250
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5Measured
on reference voltage input A/L1
time 9999 hours
7Estimated duration
8Add ±(n-1) x 2.5 ° for amplitude when using i430-flex-4pk
6Maximum
Power quality analyzer selection table
435
434*
Measures voltage, current, dips, swells, interruptions, harmonics, inter-harmonics, flicker, power, energy, transients, frequency, unbalance, inrush, EN50160 overview
•
•
Logger function with multi-parameter logging
•
optional*
Mains signaling
•
optional*
16 MB
8 MB
Current probes
3000 A flexible (4)
40 A/400 A
clamp (4)
Carrying case
water-tight hard
case with rollers
rugged hard case
Software
Fluke Power Log
and FlukeView®
FlukeView®
Memory size
*Optional functionality can be added with upgrade kit.
435 Includes: Hard carrying case
with rollers, four flexible current probes (i430-flex), five test
leads and clips, battery charger,
FlukeView software, Power Log
software, optical USB cable, color
localization set, Getting Started
manual, Users manual on CD-ROM.
Ordering information
Fluke-435
Fluke-434
Three-Phase Power Quality Analyzer
Three-Phase Power Quality Analyzer
Optional accessories
i400s
I5sPQ3
i430-flex-4pk
C435
GPS430
Fluke 434/LOG
40 A/400 A switchable current clamp (included w/434)
3 pack of 5 A precision current clamps
4 pack of 3000 A flexible current probes (included w/435)
Water-tight hard case with rollers (included w/435)
GPS time synchronization module for Fluke 430 series
Upgrade kit for 434, includes Power Log software and enables logger and mains signaling function (accuracy and memory not upgradeable)
434 Includes: Hard carrying case,
four current probes (i400s), five test
leads and clips, battery charger,
FlukeView software, optical USB
cable, color localization set, Getting
Started manual, Users manual on
CD-ROM.
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up and running.™
Fluke Corporation
PO Box 9090, Everett, WA USA 98206
Fluke Europe B.V.
PO Box 1186, 5602 BD Eindhoven, The Netherlands
For more information call:
In the U.S.A. (800) 443-5853 or Fax (425) 446-5116
In Europe/M-East/Africa +31 (0) 40 2675 200 or Fax +31 (0) 40 2675 222
In Canada (800)-36-FLUKE or Fax (905) 890-6866
From other countries +1 (425) 446-5500 or Fax +1 (425) 446-5116
Web access: http://www.fluke.com
©2006 Fluke Corporation. All rights reserved. Printed in U.S.A. 7/2006 2643006 D-EN-N Rev B
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