Fluke 1760 Three-Phase Power Quality Recorder Topas

Fluke 1760 Three-Phase Power Quality Recorder Topas
Fluke 1760 Three-Phase
Power Quality Recorder Topas
Technical Data
Class-A compliance for the most demanding
power quality tests
Designed for troubleshooting in utility and industrial power distribution
systems in medium- and low-voltage networks, the three-phase Fluke
1760 Power Quality Recorder provides the flexibility to customize
thresholds, algorithms, and measurement selections. It has 8 channels (4
currents /4 voltages or 8 voltages) and captures the most comprehensive
details on user-selected parameters and allows for later analysis and
reporting. There are four models to choose from:
Fluke 1760
1760 Basic
1760TR Basic
1760
1760TR
Power quality statistics according to EN50160
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Voltage event list (dips, swells and
interruptions)
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Voltage
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Current
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Power P, Q, S
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Power factor
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kWh
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Flicker
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Unbalance
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Frequency
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Voltage and current harmonics to the 50 th/
Interharmonics
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THD
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Mains signaling
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Triggered recordings
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Online mode (Oscilloscope, transients and
events)
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Continuous recording of:
Fast transient analysis up to 10 MHz
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4 600V voltage probes
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4 dual-range flexible current probes (1000 A /
200 A ac)
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GPS time sync receiver
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Memory
2 GB Flash memory
Applications
Fully Class-A Compliant
Detailed disturbance analysis –
Perform high-speed transient
analysis and uncover root cause of
equipment malfunction for later
mitigation and predictive
maintenance. The fast transient
option, with its 6000 V
measurement range, allows capture
of lightning strikes.
features a fully insulated housing,
which helps protect the user,
equipment, and surroundings from
electrical shock. With a 2 GB
compact flash memory instead of a
hard disk, there are no rotating
parts inside the instrument,
increasing its reliability and
durability for everyday use.
Class-A quality-of-service
compliance – Validate incoming
power quality at the service
entrance. Thanks to Class A
compliance, the Fluke 1760 allows
undisputable verification.
Broad measurement range
Event correlation at multiple
locations – Thanks to GPS time
synchronization, users can quickly
detect where a fault occurred first,
either inside or outside the facility.
Galvanic separation and DC
coupling: Allows complete
measurements for example on UPS
systems including the battery
voltage and power output.
Power quality and power load
studies – Assess baseline power
quality to validate compatibility
with critical systems before
installation and verify electrical
system capacity before adding
loads.
User-configurable operation
The versatile measurement
algorithms and trigger settings
allow the expert user to optimize
the 1760 for each application to
capture exactly the data required.
Data can be transferred to a
computer directly or via an Ethernet
network, and retrieved during
logging without interrupting the
measurements.
Rugged and reliable
The instrument, accessories, and
power supply help you safely
conduct tests with 600 V CAT III
rating and EN 61010-1
conformance. The Fluke 1760
The Fluke 1760 is fully compliant with
the new IEC 61000-4-30 Class-A
standard, which defines the
measurement methods required for each
power parameter in order to obtain
reliable, repeatable, and comparable
results. With the GPS time
synchronization accessory, data
recorded with multiple instruments can
be correlated with Class-A precision.
What is Class-A conformity?
Developed in cooperation with
power utilities providers, the Fluke
1760 provides statistical analysis of
power quality according to EN
50160. It automatically captures
voltage and current waveform data
on all phases simultaneously. A
variety of power quality and power
parameters are measured, including
RMS values, flicker, voltage dips,
voltage swells, voltage unbalance,
current and voltage harmonics to
the 50th, interharmonics, THD,
mains signaling, reactive power,
transients, and power factor.
Plug and play
The Fluke 1760 power quality
recorder features easy plug and play
setup for immediate use. The
current and voltage probes are
plugged in separately into the
instrument, which automatically
detects, configures, and provides
power to the probes. All accessories
are individually calibrated and can
be shared with multiple Fluke 1760
recorders.
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.
PQ Analyze software
The Fluke 1760 includes comprehensive software for detailed power quality analysis on PCs
with Windows® based operating systems. In the online function, the software enables remote
instrument setup, job processing, real-time verification of actual measurement values, and
data download in the online function. Data can be viewed in trend diagrams for root cause
analysis or in statistical summaries in a variety of formats. You can also generate professional
reports with the Report Writer function.
Individual trigger settings to capture events, RMS values,
waveforms, and fast transients. The 1760 comes with default
settings, so that the user does not need to set triggers in standard
applications. Individual settings can be stored for next time.
Overview of data for each measurement
function. The user can select which data is
to be downloaded to the PC.
For root cause analysis, different measurements such as flicker,
voltage and THD can be shown in the same time plot, to help you
quickly identify the cause of a disturbance.
The Event List summarizes how
often an event occurred during
the selected time period.
Quick power quality assessment –
Summary overview of seven power quality
parameters on one dashboard according to
EN 50160.
By double-clicking on an event, the
software displays any trends related to
this event.
The 1760 provides flagging of data according to IEC
61000-4-30 Class-A. The flagging feature alerts the
user that either a dip, swell or interruption occurred
during a specific time interval. Values out of nominal
ranges are marked by either a colored background or
with a flag symbol.
Using an Ethernet connection, the
power can be monitored in realtime to view phasor diagrams,
trends, waveforms, meter screens
and more.
The report-generator
function allows the user to
create custom professional
reports quickly and easily.
Overview of measurement functions
Statistical Evaluation
Power quality statistics according to EN 50160 and DISDIP tables like ITIC, CEBEMA, ANSI
Event List
Dips, swells and interruptions are detected and stored in the event list. Also any trigger which fires
generates an event added to this list.
The Event list shows the exact time when the event occurred as well as the duration and magnitude.
Sorting by several attributes of these events is possible to select one for further root cause analysis.
RMS values, transients and fast transients can be stored if a trigger fires.
Continuous Recording
Fluke 1760 records RMS values together with corresponding minimum and maximum values for:
• Voltage
• Current
• Power P, Q, S
• Power Factor
• kWh
• Flicker
• Unbalance
• Frequency
• Harmonics/Interharmonics
continuously with the following time aggregations:
Day
10min
Free Interval, e.g.: 15 min, 2h
Triggered Recordings
RMS: Aggregation time is adjustable between 10 ms (1/2 cycle), 20ms (1 cycle), 200ms (10/12 cycles) or
3 sec (150/180 cycles).
Calculating RMS values, Harmonics and Interharmonics is performed synchronous to the power
frequency.
Basic aggregation for harmonics and interharmonics is 200ms
Oscilloscope: Sample rate is 10,24 kHz for all 8 channels
Fast Transients: Sample rate is selectable from 100 kHz to 10 MHz for channel 1-4
FFT of Fast Transients
Mains Signalling
Phases and N-conductor, Voltage and current
Online Mode
Variable refresh rate. This feature allows verification of instrument set up and delivers a quick overview
of oscilloscope, transients and events.
Specifications
General specifications
Intrinsic uncertainty
refers to reference conditions and is guaranteed for two years
Quality system
developed, manufactured as per ISO 9001: 2000
Environment conditions
Operating temp. range
Working temp. range
Storage temp. range
Reference temperature
Climatic class
Max. operating altitude
0 °C ... +50 °C; 32 °F ... +122°F
-20 °C … +50 °C; -4°F ... +122°F
-20 °C ... +60 °C; -4°F ... 140°F
23 °C ± 2 K; 74°F ± 2 K
B2 (IEC 654-1), -20 °C … +50 °C; -4°F ... +122°
2000 m: max. 600 V CAT IV * ),
power supply: 300 V CAT III
5000 m: max 600 V CAT III * ),
power supply: 300 V CAT II
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Reference conditions
Environment temp.: 23 °C ± 2 K ; 74°F ± 2 K
Power supply: 230 V ± 10 %,
Power frequency: 50 Hz / 60 Hz
Signal: declared input voltage Udin
Averaging: 10 minute intervals
Housing
insulated, robust plastics housing
EMC
Emission
Immunity
Class-A as per IEC/EN 61326-1
IEC/EN 61326-1
Power supply
Range
Safety
Power consumption
Battery pack
Display
Power LED
Channel LEDs
AC: 83 V … 264 V, 45...65 Hz
DC: 100 V ... 375 V
IEC/EN 61010-1 2nd edition
300 V CAT III
max. 54VA
NIMH, 7.2 V, 2.7 Ah
In case of a power supply failure an internal battery maintains the supply for up to 40 minutes.
Afterwards, or in case of discharged accumulators the Fluke 1760 is turned off and continues the
measurements with the latest settings as soon as the supply voltage returns. The battery can be
replaced by the user.
Fluke 1760 features LED indicators for the status of the 8 channels, phase sequence, power supply
(mains or accumulator), memory usage, time synchronization, and data transfer.
• Permanent light: normal power supply from mains.
• OFF: supply via internal accumulator in case of a power failure.
3-color LEDs per channel for:
• overload condition
• under load condition
signal level in nominal rang
Data memory
2 GB Flash memory depending on model
Memory model
Linea
Interfaces
Ethernet (100MB/s), compatible to Windows® 98/ME/NT/2000/XP
RS 232, external modem via RS 232
Baud rate for RS 232
9600 Baud … 115 kBaud
Dimensions (H x W x D)
325 mm x 300 m x 65 mm; 2.8 x 11.8 x 2.6 in.
Weight (without accessories)
appr. 4.9 kg; 10.8 lbs.
Warranty
2 year
Calibration interval
1 year recommended for Class-A, otherwise 2 years
Specifications
Signal conditioning
Range for 50 Hz systems
50 Hz ± 15 % (42.5 Hz … 57.5 Hz)
Range for 60 Hz systems
60 Hz ± 15 % (51 Hz … 69 Hz)
Resolution
16 ppm
Sampling frequency for 50 Hz power
frequency
10.24 kHz, The sampling rate is synchronized to mains frequency.
Uncertainty for frequency
measurements
< 20 ppm
Uncertainty of internal clock
< 1s / day
Measurement intervals
Min-, Max-values
Transients
Aggregation of the interval values as per IEC 61000-4-30 Class-A
Half cycle, e.g.: 10 ms RMS values at 50Hz
Sample rate 100 kHz …10 MHz per channel
Harmonics
as per IEC 61000-4-7:2002: 200 ms
Flicker
as per EN 61000-4-15:2003:
10 min (Pst), 2 h (Plt)
Measurement inputs
Number of inputs
8 galvanically isolated inputs for voltage and current measurements.
Sensor safety
up to 600 V CAT IV depending on sensor
Basic safety
300 V CAT III
Nominal voltage (rms)
100 mV
Range (peak value)
280 mV
Overload capacity (rms)
1000 V, continuously
Voltage rise rate
max. 15 kV / µs
Input resistance
1 MΩ
Input capacitance
5 pF
Input filter
Each channel is equipped with a passive low-pass filter, an anti-aliasing filter and a
16-bit A/D converter. All channels are sampled synchronously with a common
quartz-controlled clock pulse.
The filters protect against voltage transients and limit the signal rise rate, reduce high
frequency components and especially the noise voltage above half the sampling rate
of the A/D converter by 80 dB, thus achieving very small measuring errors in an
exceptionally large amplitude range. This is also valid under extreme operating
conditions like transient voltages at the output of converters.
Uncertainties
Uncertainty at reference conditions
With Sensor 1000 V
With Sensor 600 V
Uncertainty including the voltage sensors is in compliance with IEC 61000-4-30 Class-A. All
voltage sensors are suitable for DC ...5 kHz
0,1% at Udin = 480 V and 600 V P-N
0,1% at Udin = 230 V P-N
Intrinsic uncertainty for harmonics
Class I as per EN 61000-4-7:2002
Reference conditions
23 °C ± 2 K < 60 % rH; 74 °F ± 2 K < 60 % rH
Warmed up instrument > 3h
Power supply: 100 V ... 250 V ac
Temperature drift:
100 ppm / K
Aging:
< 0.05 % / year
Common mode rejection
> 100 dB at 50 Hz
Temperature drift
Change of amplification through temperature: < 0.005 %/K.
Aging
Change of amplification due to ageing:
< 0.04 %/year
Noise
Noise voltage, input short-circuited: < 40 µV.
DC
± (0.2% rdg + 0.1% sensor)
Optional probe accessories
Voltage probes
Model no.
Type
Range rms
Vnom
Vmax.
Contin.
Fast Transient
Range Vp<1ms
Intrinsic
error
Operating
voltage
Tps voltprobe 10 V
Voltage
probe 10 V
0.1 V to 17 V
10 V
100 V
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0.15%
150 V CAT IV
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Tps voltprobe 100 V
Voltage
probes 100 V
1 V to 170 V
100 V
1000 V
6000
0.15%
600 V CAT���
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Tps voltprobe 400 V
Voltage
probes 400 V
4 V to 680 V
400 V
1000 V
6000
0.15%
600 V CAT���
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Tps voltprobe 750 V
Voltage
probe 400
V/750 V peak
4 V to 680 V
400 V
1000 V
5 to 750 detects
voltage harmonics
> 50st with fast
transient
0.2%
600 V CAT���
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Tps voltprobe 600 V
Voltage
probe
600 V
10 V to 1000 V
600 V
1000 V
6000
> 0.1%
600 V CAT���
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Tps voltprobe 1 KV
Voltage
probe
1000 V
10 V to 1700 V
1000 V
2000 V
6000
> 0.1%
600 V CAT���
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Current probes and Shunts for AC and DC currents
Model No.
Type
Measuring
Range
selectable
per software
Peak
current for
sinusoidal
currents
Intrinsic
error
Frequency
Range
Operating
voltage
Phase
error
Jaw
opening
Tps Flex 18
Flexible
Current
Probe
1 A to 100 A
5 A to 500 A
240 A
1350 A
1%
45 Hz to
3.0 kHz
300 V
CAT IV
0.5 °
45 cm length
2 M cable
Tps Flex 24
Flexible
Current
Probe
2 A to 200 A
10 A to 1000 A
480 A
2700 A
1%
45 Hz to
3.0 kHz
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600 V
CAT���
IV
0.5 °
61 cm length
2 M cable
Tps Flex 36
Flexible
Current
Probe
30 A to 3000 A
60 A to 6000 A
10 kA
19 kA
1%
45 Hz to
3.0 kHz
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300 V
CAT���
IV
0.5 °
91 cm length
4 M cable
Tps Clamp
10 A / 1 A
Clip-on
Current
Transformer
0.01 A to 1 A
0.1 A to 10 A
3.7 A
37 A
0.5 %
40 Hz to
10 ���
kHz
300 V
CAT���
IV
0.5 °
< 15 mm
diameter or
15 X 17 mm
bush bars
Tps Clamp
50 A / 5 A
Clip-on
Current
Transformer
0.05 A to 5 A
0.5 A to 50 A
18 A
180 A
0.5 %
40 Hz to
10 ���
kHz
300 V
CAT���
IV
0.5 °
< 15 mm
diameter or
15 X 17 mm
bush bars
Tps Clamp
200 A / 20 A
Clip-on
Current
Transformer
0.2 A to 20 A
2 A to 200 A
74 A
300 A
0.5 %
40 Hz to
10 ���
kHz
300 V
CAT���
IV
0.5 °
< 15 mm
diameter or
15 X 17 mm
bush bars
Tps Shunt
20MA
Shunt 20
mA ac/dc
0 to 55 mA
77.8 mA
I max =1.5A
0.2 %
DC to 3.0 kHz
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300 V
CAT���
I�I
0.1 °
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Tps Shunt
5A
Shunt 5A
ac/dc
0 to 10 A
21.9 A
I max =10 A
0.2 %
DC to 3.0 kHz
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300 V
CAT II
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0.1 °
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Errors in % of measuring range at 23 °C ± 2 K; 74 °F ± 2 K, for 48 to 65 Hz
Phase angle error at nominal current
I max maximum current without time limit (for ac and dc shunts)
Ordering Information
Fluke 1760 Basic Power Quality Recorder Topas
Fluke 1760TR Basic Power Quality Recorder Topas
Fluke 1760 Power Quality Recorder Topas
Fluke 1760TR Power Quality Recorder Topas
Includes:
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2 GB internal Flash-memory
PC software on CD-ROM
1 Ethernet cable for network connection
1 crosslink Ethernet cable for direct PC connection
1 mains cable
Hardware and software manual
1 carrying bag
Recommended probe accessories
•TPS VOLTPROBE 10 V10 V Voltage Probe
(Range: 0.1 V to 17 V)
•TPS VOLTPROBE 100 V100 V Voltage Probe
(Range: 1 V to 170 V)
•TPS VOLTPROBE 400 V400 V Voltage Probes
(Range: 4 V to 680 V)
•TPS VOLTPROBE 750 V 400 V / 750 V Peak Voltage Probe
(Range: 4 V to 680 V)
•TPS VOLTPROBE 600 V600 V Voltage Probes
(Range: 10 V to 1000 V)
•TPS VOLTPROBE 1 KV1000 V Voltage Probe
(Range: 10 V to 1700 V)
•TPS FLEX 18Flexible Current Probe
(Range: 1 A to 100 A / 5 A to 500 A)
•TPS FLEX 24Flexible Current Probe
(Range: 2 A to 200 A / 10 A to 1000 A)
•TPS FLEX 36Flexible Current Probe
(Range: 30 A to 3000 A / 60 A to 6000 A)
•TPS CLAMP 10 A / 1 AClip-on Current Transformer
(Range: 0.01 A to 1 A / 0.1 A to 10 A)
•TPS CLAMP 50 A / 5AClip-on Current Transformer
(Range: 0.05 A to 5 A / 0.5 A to 50 A)
•TPS CLAMP 200 A / 20 AClip-on Current Transformer
(Range: 0.2 A to 20 A / 2 A to 200 A)
•TPS SHUNT 20 MA20 mA ac/dc Shunt (Range: 0 to 55 mA)
•TPS SHUNT 5 A5 A ac/dc Shunt (Range: 0 to 10 A)
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