Fluke 1750 - Triple Point Calibrations

Fluke 1750 - Triple Point Calibrations
Fluke 1750
Three-Phase Power Recorder
Technical Data
Technical Data
Never miss capturing a
disturbance—with the exclusive
threshold-free measurement
system, it’s automatic.
Capture every measurement, every
event, on every cycle, all the time
with the Fluke 1750 Power Recorder.
Outstanding accuracy and resolution
provide complete visibility into your
installation or distribution system.
•Power quality that meets the standard:
All measurements comply with IEC61000-4-30
standards for correct evaluation of all measured
values including voltage, current, power, harmonics, flicker etc.
•Wireless interface: Included Android tablet
allows for quick setup and verification with
waveform displays, meter screens, and phasor
•Quick and reliable configuration: Android
tablet wireless “front panel interface” provides
the ability to verify setup without a laptop along
with a window into what the instrument is
recording, even in awkward test locations.
•Threshold-free setup: Apply thresholds after
data is collected with Fluke Power Analyze
Software so there is no need to worry about
missed information due to incorrect set-up.
•Captures everything: Cross-channel and current triggering capture every measurement, on
every channel, every time.
•Intuitive PC software: Easily analyze data and
generate reports. Automated EN50160 reporting
and compliance.
•Plug and play: Set up in minutes with selfidentifying current probes and single-lead
voltage connections.
•No need to reconnect wires: Swap channels
internally with the wireless front panel or PC
when connections are not correct.
•Measure every parameter: voltage and current
on three phases, neutral, and ground.
•5 MHz, 8000 Vpk waveform capture: Get a
detailed picture of even the shortest events.
•Quickly retrieve data: With included SD
memory card or via the 100BaseT ethernet
Long-term analysis
Uncover hard-to-find or intermittent issues;
monitor critical equipment, capturing power
quality events to correlate with equipment
Power quality surveys
Quantify power quality throughout a facility,
documenting results with professional reports
Quality of service compliance
Validate incoming power quality at the service
Equipment Installation/Commissioning
Benchmark power system prior to install to
insure quality of service
Easy to use
The recorder automatically
detects, scales, and powers
current probes without needing
batteries or external power supplies. Requiring only single-lead
voltage connections enables safe
and quick setups. Once power is
applied the instrument automatically begins recording and
LEDs give you assurance that
the recorder is powered up and
signals are within range—no
more uncertainty that data is
being recorded. The Fluke 1750
has an exclusive capture algorithm which makes certain all
events are captured without the
tedious setups and blind spots
associated with threshold driven
The Android tablet wirelessly
interfaces with the recorder,
allowing quick setup and verification with waveform displays,
meter screens, and phasor
diagrams. The built-in wireless
technology allows you to control
multiple instruments from a distance easily, without the need
for a laptop computer (laptops
can also be used when desired).
Configurations are simple with wiring
diagrams to guide you.
View measurements real-time with
wireless tablet interface.
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Fluke 1750 Three-Phase Power Recorder
No need to reconnect wires—swap
channels internally using the tablet
Comprehensive power system data
Every cycle on every channel is simultaneously
sampled providing complete analysis of power
quality, harmonics, power and energy. Crosschannel current and voltage triggering captures
event data on all input channels simultaneously,
no matter which channel triggered the event.
When periodic analysis of the waveform may be
needed, the Snapshot mode captures waveforms
at user-defined intervals. Even dc signals can be
Events can be displayed against a variety of tolerance curves.
Full FFT on each channel to the 50th harmonic.
Display multiple parameters simultaneously on one graph.
Full-featured power meter display for each channel and totals.
Thresholds for the EN50160 report are easily customized.
EN50160 report delivers an easy to read pass or fail chart
along with drill down data.
Powerful data management
Data is automatically stored on the internal flash
memory that can store records for over a month
without compression or overwriting. Data is
retrieved via one of two quick and easy options:
download the data onto the included SD memory
card without using your laptop, or transfer
directly to your computer via Ethernet, using
TCP/IP protocol.
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Voice, data, and picture annotations can be
made via the tablet to flag important points in the
data stream. Imagine being able to flag in your
recorded data when a transfer switch was operated, or load changes were made.
View data the way you want
The new Fluke Power Analyze software revolutionizes your ability to analyze data. No need to
worry about thresholds—with Fluke Power Analyze, thresholds can be modified after the data is
recorded! And the easy-to-use user interface will
display voltage as a phase-to-phase or phase-toneutral reading.
Apply thresholds to data after collection using a variety of
standard or customized templates.
All the latest power quality
standards are built-in
IEC 61000-4-30 compliant measurement systems provide
the confidence that all parameters are measured and calculated consistently with international standards. Automated
EN50160 compliance reporting for rapid Pass/Fail testing.
600 V CAT IV and
1000 V CAT III safety rating
Simplified report writer feature included in
Fluke Power Analyze.
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Fluke 1750 Three-Phase Power Recorder
Designed to help protect you and your equipment,
the Fluke 1750 Three-Phase Power Recorder and accessories
are all certified to meet the stringent safety standards for use
in 600 V CAT IV and 1000 V CAT III environments. They are the
first tools of their kind to carry the CAT IV rating and, therefore,
can be used for most power connections and for all outlets in a
low-voltage power distribution system.
Optional accessories
Fluke power quality current
transformers and flexible
current probes are specially
designed to work seamlessly
with Fluke power monitors
(1750 and 1650). All clampon and flexi-CT’s are matched
to take full advantage of your
instrument’s ability to set scale
factors for accurate readings.
1750/CASE Transit Case
•Rugged water tight transit case
with rollers
Model no.
CT type
Current range
0.01 A to 5 A
0.1 A to 40 A
2 A to 400 A
1 % RDG ± 0.5 % FS
1 % RDG ± 0.1 % FS
2 % RDG ± 0.04 A
5 kHz
5 kHz
20 kHz
Jaw opening
1.5 cm (0.6 in) dia.
1.5 cm (0.6 in) dia.
3.2 cm (1.25 in) dia.
•Soft carrying case for Fluke
1750 and 1760
•Additional SD Memory Card
for Fluke 1750
Fluke-1750 TABLET
•Android Remote Controller
•Fluke Power Analyze–
Additional seat license
•One additional license
for installation on one
additional PC
•Fluke Power AnalyzeAdditional seat license
•Site license for installation on
unlimited PCs
Model no.
3210-PR TF-II
3310-PR -TF-II
3312-PR TF-II
• Standard ethernet cable
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Fluke 1750 Three-Phase Power Recorder
CT type
Current range
20 A to 1000 A
100 A to 5000 A
100 A to 5000 A
1 % rdg ± 0.15 % FS
1 % rdg ± 0.15 % FS
1 % rdg ± 0.15 % FS
7 kHz
7 kHz
7 kHz
Probe length
60 cm (24 in)
60 cm (24 in)
120 cm (48 in)
Specifications for the System:
Recorder and Power Analyze Software
Power quality measurement standards
Real-time clock accuracy
Internal memory capacity for data
Maximum recording period
Measurement time control
Maximum number of events
Power requirements
Operating time during interruptions
IEC 61999-1-4 Class 1, IEC 61000-4-30 (Class A or Class S depending on measurement function),
IEEE519, IEEE1159, IEEE1459 and EN50160
Leap years, 24-hour clock
Not more than ± 1 s/day
At least 2 GB
At least 31 days
Limited only by the size of the internal memory
100 to 240 V rms ± 10 %, 47-63 Hz, 40 W
5 minutes per interruption, 60 minutes total operating time without recharging
Mass (weight)
215 mm x 310 mm x 35 mm (8.5 in x 12.2 in x 3.5 in)
6.3 kg (14 lb)
(internal UPS operation)
Measurement types
Input channels
Voltage channels
Current input characteristics
Measuring method
One Phase Plus Neutral, One Phase IT No Neutral, One Phase Split Phase, Three Phase Wye,
Three Phase Delta, Three Phase IT, Three Phase High Leg, Three Phase Open Leg, 2 Element Delta,
21/2 Element Wye
Voltage: 4 channels, ac/dc
Current: 5 channels
Input resistance: 2 MΩ
Input capacitance: < 20 pF
2 V rms = full scale, 1 MΩ Input Impedance for ferro CTs, low impedance for Flexi-CTs
Simultaneous digital sampling of voltage and current. Digital PLL synchronized sampling, internal
frequency reference used during voltage drops.
Synchronization and sampling
PLL-synchronization source
PLL lock range
Sampling frequency
A/D resolution
The PLL synchronizes to the A-N voltage for wye power types, and to the A-B voltage for delta power
types. All listed power types can be characterized as either wye or delta.
42.5 to 69 Hz
Voltage and current: 256 samples/cycle
Inter-harmonics per IEC 61000-4-7: 2560 points/10 cycles (50 Hz),
3072 points/12 cycles (60 Hz)
Transient Voltage: 5 MHz
Voltage and current: 24 bits
Transient voltage: 14 bits
Voltage and current measurements
Voltage measurement range
Voltage crest factor
Current measurement range
Current crest factor
AC voltage: 1000 V rms ± 10 % over range
DC voltage: ± 1000 V + 10 % over range
3 or less
Depends on current probe used
4 or less
Voltage and current measurement accuracy
RMS voltage
Measurement type
Measurement uncertainty
True-rms calculated continuously: every cycle, every 1/2 cycle, and
every 10 or 12 cycles at 50 or 60 Hz respectively, as required by IEC 61000-4-30.
AC: ± 0.2 % reading ± 0.1 % full scale, above 50 V rms
DC: ± 0.5 % reading ± 0.2 % full scale, above 50 V dc
RMS current
Measurement type
Measurement uncertainty
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True rms calculated continuously: every cycle, every 1/2 cycle, and
every 10 or 12 cycles at 50 or 60 Hz respectively, as required by standards
Ferromagnetic Clamps: ± (0.1 % full scale + 0.2 % reading + current sensor accuracy),
valid for 5 % to 100 % of current sensor range
Flexible Current Probes: ± (0.1 % full scale + 0.5 % reading + current sensor accuracy),
valid for 5 % to 100 % of current sensor range
Fluke 1750 Three-Phase Power Recorder
Transient voltage (impulse)
Measurement type
Full scale
Sample resolution
Measurement uncertainty
Waveshape sampling
8000 V pk
200 nS
± 5 % reading ± 20 V (test parameters: 1000 V dc, 1000 V rms, 100 kHz)
Dip (sag) and swell measurements
Voltage swell (rms swell)
Measurement type
Displayed data
Measurement uncertainty
True rms (one cycle calculation by overlapping each half cycle—voltage between lines is measured
for 3P3W lines and phase voltage is measured for 3P4W lines)
Amplitude and duration of swell
Same as rms voltage
Voltage dip (rms sag)
Measurement type
Displayed data
Measurement uncertainty
True rms (one cycle calculation by overlapping each half cycle—voltage between lines is measured
for 3P3W lines and phase voltage is measured for 3P4W lines)
Amplitude and duration of dip or interruption
Same as rms voltage
Voltage dropout (interruption)
Measurement type
Same as voltage dip
Power Measurements
Calculated per IEEE1459 for best performance when distortion is present
Measurement type
True rms calculated continuously: every cycle, and every 10 or 12 cycles at 50 or 60 Hz respectively,
as required by standards
Measurement accuracy
± (voltage uncertainty + current uncertainty + current probe uncertainty)
Measurement range
Measurement source
Measurement accuracy
42.5 Hz to 69 Hz
Same as PLL synchronization source
± 10 mHz (10 % to 110 % of range, with sine wave)
Power factor
Measurement range
Measurement accuracy
0.000 to 1.000
± 1 digit from the calculation of each measured value (± 3 digits for total)
Displacement power factor
Measurement method
Measurement range
Measurement accuracy
Calculated from the phase difference between voltage fundamental and current fundamental
- 1.000 (leading) to + 1.000 (lagging)
± 0.5 % reading ± 2 % full scale ± 1 digit
Voltage unbalance and phase sequence
Measurement method
Positive sequence voltage divided by negative sequence voltage, per IEC 61000-4-30
Harmonic voltage and current
Analysis window
Analysis order
Measurement accuracy
Measurement method
1st to 50th order
Voltage / Current: 1st to 20th orders: ± 0.5 % reading ± 0.2 % full scale, 21st to 50th orders:
± 1 % reading ± 0.3 % full scale (current sensor accuracy must be included for current and power)
IEC 61000-4-7
Inter-harmonic voltage and current (intermediate harmonics)
Analysis window
Analysis orders
Measurement method
1.5 to 49.5th order
IEC 61000-4-7
Voltage flicker
Measurement method
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as per EN 61000-4-15:2003: 10 min (Pst), 2 h (Plt)
Fluke 1750 Three-Phase Power Recorder
External interface specifications
LAN interface
Speed and type
Communications protocol
10/100 Base-T, auto MDIX
TCP/IP over ethernet
Wireless controller interface
Communications protocol
wireless (2.4 GHz radio)
up to 700 kbit/second
Bluetooth SPP
Environmental and safety specifications
Operating environment
Storage temperature and humidity
Operating temperature and humidity
Indoors or in covered area outdoors, up to 2000 m altitude (for compliance to IEC61010 standard)
-20 °C to 50 °C, 80 % RH max, non-condensing
0 °C to 40 °C, 80 % RH max, non-condensing
Maximum rated working voltage
Voltage terminals
Voltage durability
Enclosure protection
1100 V rms
5550 V rms ac for 1 minute, between voltage input terminals, voltage input terminals and current
probes, and voltage input terminals and case (50/60 Hz, 1 mA sense current)
IP30 (per EN 60529)
Standards conformance
EN 61326-1:1997+A1:1998 Class A
EN 61000-3-2:1995+A1:1998+A2:1998
EN 61000-3-3:1995
EN 61010-1 2nd Edition; 2000
Voltage input unit: Contamination Level 2, Overvoltage Category 1000 V CAT III, 600 V CAT IV (anticipated overvoltage: 8000 V)
Ordering information
Fluke-1750-TF Three-Phase Power Recorder
•1750 acquisition unit
•Android tablet wireless “front panel interface” and charger power plug adapters
•4 x 3210-PR-TF-II 1,000A Fluke 1750
Thin Flex-II 61cm (24in)
•5 test leads and clips
•SD memory card
•Fluke Power View and Fluke Power
Analyze software
•Power cord with international plug set
•Ethernet cable
•Color localization set
•Printed Getting Started manual
•Product CD with software and users
manual PDF
•Soft carrying case
To learn more, contact Power
Quality customer support,
in Seattle, WA, USA at
1-888-257-9897 or e-mail
Fluke-1750 Three-Phase Power Recorder
Includes: items above, excluding 4 x 3120 flexible current probes,
but including 4 x 400A current clamps (type 3140R).
Fluke-1750/B Three-Phase Basic Power Recorder
Includes: items above but excluding 4 x 3120 flexible current probes and
4 x 400A current clamps.
Fluke offers a full suite of power quality test tools
to locate, predict, prevent and troubleshoot power
•Handheld troubleshooters for instant analysis
•Ready-to-use power loggers
•Comprehensive power quality recorders
•Power calibrators and standards backed by
Fluke metrology expertise
The Fluke power quality set of products offers the
highest level of performance and maintains the
Fluke promise of rugged and reliable test tools.
Fluke. Keeping your world
up and running.®
Fluke Corporation
PO Box 9090, Everett, WA 98206 U.S.A.
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PO Box 1186, 5602 BD
Eindhoven, The Netherlands
For more information call:
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From other countries +1 (425) 446-5500 or
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Web access: http://www.fluke.com
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Specifications subject to change without notice.
Printed in U.S.A. 2/2015 2428201g-en
Modification of this document is not permitted
without written permission from Fluke Corporation.
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