POWER ANALYZER PW6001
Improve
Power Conversion Efficiency
World-class accuracy in measurement and analysis of DC to high-frequency signals
with a single device. The next-generation POWER ANALYZER.
Newly Added
Functions
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Achieving true power analysis
DC, 0.1Hz to 2 MHz frequency bandwidth
A wide frequency range is required for power measurement due to the acceleration of switching devices,
especially SiC. High accuracy, broadband, and high stability. The PW6001’s world-class technology-based
fundamental performance makes in-depth power analysis a reality.
±0.02%* basic accuracy for power
Strengthened resistance to noise and temperature
fluctuations in the absolute pursuit of measurement stability
The custom-shaped solid shield made completely of finely finished metal and optical isolation devices used
to maintain sufficient creepage distance from the input terminals dramatically improve noise resistance,
provide optimal stability, and achieve a CMRR performance of 80 dB/100 kHz. Add the superior temperature
characteristics of ±0.01%/°C and you now have access to a power analyzer that delivers top-of-the-line
measurement stability.
Deviation from standard accuracy [%]
*Device accuracy only
Optical isolation device
Solid shield
3x improvement in temperature characteristics
compared to legacy model
0.6
0.4
0.2
0
-0.2
-0.4
-0.6
0
10
20
30
Environmental temperature [℃]
PW6001
±0.01%/℃ or less
3193 (legacy model) ±0.03%/℃ or less
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Achieving true power analysis
18-bit resolution, 5 MS/s sampling
Measurements based on sampling theorem are required to perform an accurate power analysis of
PWM waveforms. The Hioki PW6001 features direct sampling of input signals at 5 MS/s, resulting in a
measurement band of 2 MHz. This enables analysis without aliasing error.
TrueHD 18-bit converter*
measures widely fluctuating
loads with extreme accuracy
A built-in 18 -bit A /D converter provides a
broad dynamic range. Even loads with large
fluctuations can be shown accurately down
to tiny power levels without switching the
range. Further, a digital LPF is used to remove
unnecessary high-frequency noise, for accurate
power analysis.
Conversion efficiency measurement during mode measurement
without switching ranges
Motor rotation
speed
f.s.
Measurement
current
Achieve lightning fast
calculations for 5 independent
signal paths at the same time
with the Power Analysis Engine II
Calculations for up to five independent signal paths
(period detection/broadband power analysis/
harmonic analysis/waveform analysis/FFT analysis)
are independently and digitally processed, eliminating
any effects one may have on another. Achieve a
10 ms data update speed while maintaining full
accuracy through high-speed processing.
Zero-cross filter
0
Accurate period detection
Wideband power analysis
-f.s.
Measurement of high current and minute
current in a single range
Input
waveform
Improvement of S/N ratio with digital LPF
*True HD : True High Definition
Analog
AAF
A/D
conversion
Fully simultaneous digital
processing within PW6001. Δ-Y
conversion and Y-Δ conversion
are both calculated with a
superior degree of precision.
Digital AAF
Harmonic analysis
Waveform analysis
Digital AAF
FFT analysis
* AAF (Anti-aliasing filter): This filter prevents aliasing errors during sampling.
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Functions and Characteristics
Max Speed 10 ms, Maximum 12 ch*
High Accuracy Power Calculation
Data updates in 10 ms to 20 0 ms. Make high speed
calculations while maintaining high accuracy. Achieve
measurement stability with original digital filter technology,
and measure power after automatically tracking frequency
fluctuations from 0.1 Hz.
* Two 6-channel model devices, during synchronized function usage
Simple, high-precision efficiency and
loss calculations
When measuring DC/AC converter efficiency, accuracy
is required not only for AC but also DC. The basic DC
measurement accuracy of the PW6001 is ±0.02%, enabling
you to make accurate and stable efficiency measurements.
Newly Added Functions Ver.3.00
If you already have the PW6001, these
functions will be added with the firmware
version update (free of charge).
Extensive Current Sensor Lineup
Achieve a Combined Basic Accuracy of ±0.04%
Choose the best sensor for your application: the pullthrough t ype for highly accurate and high current
measurements up to 1000 A, the clamp type for quick
and easy wire connection, or the direct input type for
high accuracy and broadband. Connect a sensor for
oscilloscopes for even more options.
PW6001 comes equipped with a sensor power line built-in.
Automated recognition functions make setup a cinch.
*±0.075% = accuracy in combination with PW9100
Large-capacity waveform storage for
oscilloscope/ PQA-level waveform analysis
Waveform Storage of 1 MWord × (voltage-current 6 ch +
Motor Analysis 4 ch). The torque sensor and encoder signals
are displayed along with the voltage and current waveforms.
Sampling and recording
length examples
At 10 kS/s
At 100 kS/s
Setting up efficiency calculation formulas for power
conditioners and similar equipment is simple on the
dedicated screen. Simultaneously display loss and
efficiency calculations for a maximum of four systems.
100 seconds
10 seconds
In addition to level triggers, Ver. 3.00 now includes event trigger
functions triggered by RMS value and frequency fluctuations.
Cursor measurement and waveform zoom functions also
render oscilloscopes unnecessary for waveform analysis.
*Device accuracy
Independent harmonic analysis for a
maximum of 6 systems (wideband/IEC)
0.1 Hz to 300 kHz fundamental frequency, 1.5 MHz analyzable
bandwidth. Comes equipped with IEC61000-4-7-compliant
harmonic analysis and up to 100th order wideband harmonic
analysis.
Synchronize inverter input/output and each fundamental wave
FFT analysis of target waveforms
Analyze frequencies up to 2 MHz across 2 channels.
Specify any waveform analysis range you like and view
the 10 highest peak values and frequencies. Observe
frequency components that do not show up in harmonics
and save the measured results.
Choose the desired
analysis range
Top 10 peak
values displayed
Applications
• Motor fundamental wave analysis
• Wireless power transmission waveforms
• Measuring distortion ratio of power conditioner output waveforms
Functions and Characteristics
Flat Frequency Characteristics
Current Sensor Phase Shift Function
Frequency characteristics are flat up to 1 MHz even when the
power factor is zero. Use together with the Current Sensor
Phase Shift Function to make highly accurate low power factor
measurements of high-frequency waves. Also ideal for loss
assessment of high-frequency transformers and reactors.
Our original virtual oversampling technology, evolved. Make
phase compensation equivalent to 2 GS/s oscilloscopes a reality
while maintaining 5 MS/s 18-bit high resolution. Perform current
sensor phase compensation with a 0.01° resolution, and measure
power more accurately (Ver. 2.00 and later). With the Current
Sensor Phase Shift Function, you can now achieve even more
accurate high frequency, low power factor power measurements.
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8
4
600 V/50 A Range (Power Factor 0)
150 V/ 5 A Range (Power Factor 0)
30 V/1 A Range
(Power Factor 0)
30
0
-2
-4
-6
-8
Compensating phase
characteristics to flat
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2
Phase [°]
Power Error [% f.s.]
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Active Power Frequency Characteristics Example
-10
10
600 V/50 A Range (Power Factor 1)
150 V/ 5 A Range (Power Factor 1)
30 V/ 1 A Range (Power Factor 1)
100
1k
10 k
Frequency [Hz]
100 k
1M
* Options to further improve high-frequency wave phase characteristics available.
Contact us for more information.
D/A Monitor
Enter current sensor phase
characteristic representative value
as phase compensation value
(please refer to instruction manual
version 03 or later)
10
0
-10
-20
-30
10
100
1k
10k 100k
Frequency [Hz]
1M
Virtual Oversampling: Technology where deskewing processing is performed virtually
within the device at a much higher sampling frequency than the actual sampling frequency.
Complex calculation formulas settable
on the device
View up to 8 channels of progressive fluctuations in
measured values. Voltage, current, power, frequency and
other parameters are updated at the fastest rate of 10 ms,
allowing you to observe even the tiniest variations.
Set equations to compute measurement values any way you
want. Enter up to 16 calculation formulas, including functions
like sin and log. Calculation results can be used as parameters
for other calculation formulas, enabling complex analysis.
Applications
• Power conditioner FRT Analysis
• Motor Transient State Power Analysis
Applications
• Calculate multisystem efficiency and loss with solar power
modules and similar equipment
• Calculate Ld.Lq for motor vector control
• Calculate transformer current B and H utilizing Epstein’s Method
FRT (Fault Ride Through) :
Ability to continue operation despite system disturbance in the power
conditioner or similar systems
X-Y Plot
Supports various power analysis systems
Easily check correlations in measured values for up to two
systems simultaneously. Plot physical quantities other than
measured values as well by using it together with the user
defined calculation function.
Improved connectivity to PCs over LAN. Remotely operate
the PW6001 using a browser from any PC, tablet, or
smartphone via the HTTP server function. Acquire files
through the network with the FTP server function. LabVIEW
driver and MATLAB Toolkit are also available.
Applications
• Motor characteristics analysis
• Transformer characteristics analysis
• Power conditioner MPPT Analysis
MPPT: Maximum Power Point Tracker
* LabVIEW is a registered trademark of NATIONAL INSTRUMENTS
*MATLAB is a registered trademark of Mathworks, Inc.
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Functions and Characteristics
Specially designed for current sensors to achieve highly precise measurement
Advantages of current sensor method
With direct wire connection method
The wiring of the measurement target is routed for
connecting to the current input terminal. However, this
results in an increase in the effects of wiring resistance and
capacitive coupling, and meter loss occurs due to shunt
resistance, all of which lead to larger accuracy uncertainty.
A current sensor is connected to the wiring on the
measurement target. This reduces the effects of wiring and
meter loss, allowing measurements with wiring conditions
that are close to the actual operating environment for a
highly efficient system.
Measurement example using the direct wire connection method
Measurement example using the current sensor method
Measurement
current
Measurement current
Current
sensor
Short wiring
Power
supply
Power
converter
Motor
Wiring resistance loss
due to long routing
Leakage current loss
due to capacitive
coupling
Loss due to
heat from shunt
resistance
Power
supply
Power
converter
Motor
Signal converted
to voltage
Small insertion loss
Little effect
from routing
Power meter using shunt method
PW6001
Compared to the direct wire connection method, measurement with conditions
closer to the actual operation environment of a power converter is achieved.
Seamless operability
Simple settings and intuitive operating interface. From Ver. 3.00, a low power factor measurement (LOW PF) mode is included.
Quick Configuration screen*
Enter handwritten memos on the screen, or use the onscreen keypad
Dual knobs for vertical/horizontal
manipulation of waveforms
9-inch touch screen with soft keypad
Wiring confirmation function, to avoid
wiring mistakes
One-touch data saving with
dedicated key
* A low power factor measurement (LOW PF) mode for easily setting reactor
and transformer loss measurement has been added.
Functions and Characteristics
Build a 12-channel power meter using
“numerical synchronization”
F o r m ul t i - p o int m e a s u re m e nt s , u s e t h e nu m e ric a l
synchronization function to transfer power parameters
from the slave device to aggregate at the master in realtime, essentially enabling you to build a 12-channel power
analysis system
Simply transfer waveforms with
“waveform synchronization”
Achieve real-time* transfer of 5 MS/s 18-bit sampling data.
Measurement waveforms on the slave instrument are displayed
without modification on the master unit, paving the way for new
applications for power analyzers, such as measurement of the
voltage phase difference between two separate devices.
Master
Master
Display max. 6
channels of waveforms
for master and slave
Display power
parameters for master
and slave
Optical
connection
cable
Max.500 m
Optical
connection
cable
Max.500 m
Slave
Slave
Transfer power
parameters other
than waveform and
harmonic data
• Real-time display of slave instrument measurement values
on master instrument screen
• Real-time efficiency calculations between master/slave
• Save data for 2 units on recording media in master instrument
• Use the slave’s measured values on the master’s userdefined calculations
Transfer waveform
data for max. 3
channels
• Real-time display of slave instrument waveforms on
master instrument screen
• Harmonic analysis and fundamental wave analysis for
master instrument and slave instrument
• Simultaneously measure waveforms on master device
while using the slave to trigger
* For both master instruments and slave instrument, waveform synchronization
operates only when there are 3 or more channels. Max. ±5 sampling error.
Wide range of Motor Analysis functions
Analog Output and 1 MS/s Waveform Output
Enter signals from torque meters and speed meters
to measure motor power. In addition to motor
parameters such as motor power and electrical
angle, output signals from insolation meters and wind
speed meters can also be measured.
Output analog measurement data at update rates of up
to 10ms. Combine with a data logger to record longterm fluctuations, and use the built-in waveform output
function to output voltage and current at 1 MS/s*.
(Motor Analysis and D/A output model)
Operating mode
Single
Dual
Independent input
ch A
Torque
Torque
Voltage/ Pulse
ch B
Encoder
A phase signal
Torque
Voltage/ Pulse
ch C
Encoder
B phase signal
RPM
Pulse
ch D
Encoder
Z phase signal
RPM
Pulse
Measurement
targets
Motor x 1
Measurement
parameters
Electric angle
Rotation direction
Motor power
RPM
Torque
Slip
(Motor Analysis and D/A output model)
Analog output
Analog output x 20 channels
Waveform output
Waveform output x max. 12 channels*
& analog output x 8 channels
Waveform output
voltage
current
Pyranometer/
Motor x 2,
anemometer
Motors,
and other output
transmissions, etc.
signals
Motor power x 2
RPM x 2
Torque × 2
Slip x 2
Voltage × 2
& Pulse × 2
or
Pulse × 4
Analog output
voltage
10ms data update
current
power
Averaging processing
reproduces output
Input waveform
responses similar
to the Hioki legacy
Averaged analog output
Model 3193
*During waveform output, accurate reproduction is possible at an
output of 1 MS/s and with a sine wave up to 50 kHz.
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Applications
EV/HEV inverter and motor analysis
Key features
Pulse
encoder
Inverter
Battery
Motor
Torque
sensor
Measure power transient states, including motor operations
such as starting and accelerating, at 10ms update rates.
Automatically measure and keep up with power with
fluctuating frequencies, from a minimum of 0.1 Hz. Ver. 3.00
increases the stability of efficiency calculations further by
delivering a function to calculate the electric power for one
motor cycle.
5MS/s high-speed
sampling
±0.02%
DC accuracy
Wideband mode
harmonic analysis
Flexible efficiency
calculation
Noise resistance
TrueHD
18-bit resolution
User-defined
calculations
Current sensor
phase shift function
Z phase
synchronization
Load
Displays torque signal and pulse encoder waveforms
Calculate transient state power with
10 ms high accuracy and high speed
Accuracy
guaranteed @
10ms data update
Advanced electrical angle measurement
function
Comes equipped with electrical angle measurement necessary
for vector control analysis via dq coordination systems
as well as high efficiency synchronous motor parameter
measurements. Measure voltage and current fundamental wave
components based on encoder pulses in real time. In addition,
analyze 4 quadrants of torque and rotation through detecting
the forward/reverse from A-phasic and B-phasic pulses.
Stabilize and measure
from 0.1 Hz
Calculation of
the d, and q-axis
inductances
Detect cycles and
calculate power
Data updated at 10ms intervals
Ld =
νq - Ke·ω - R·iq
ω·id
Lq =
R·id - νd
ω·iq
Calculate the Ld and Lq values with user-defined operation
Even during frequency fluctuations from low to high, the fundamental waveform
is automatically pursued. Comes equipped with Δ-Y and Y-Δ conversion while
calculating with a high degree of accuracy.
* For more information about electrical angle measurements, please refer to
“Technical Notes: HIOKI Power Analyzer PW6001’s PMSM Parameter Identification
Methodology” available on the HIOKI website.
Simultaneous measurement of
2 motor powers
Evaluate WLTC Mode Performance
- A New Fuel Economy Standard
The PW60 01 is engineered with the industry’s first
built-in dual mode motor analysis function that delivers
the simultaneous analysis of 2 motors. Simultaneous
measurement of the motor power for HEV driving and
power generation is now possible.
Taking fuel economy measurements that comply with WLTP
international standards requires the precise measurement of
current integration and power integration for the recharging/
discharging of each battery in the system. High accuracy
clamp current sensors, the excellent DC accuracy of the
PW6001, and the ability to integrate current and power at
10 ms intervals work together in unison to effectively meet
this application.
Car
charger
Driving battery
Auxiliary battery
Example of 2 motor measurement
External control
(Remote switch)
* WLTC (Worldwide harmonized Light duty driving Test Cycle)
WLTP (Worldwide harmonized Light duty driving Test Procedure)
Applications
Chopper circuit reactor loss measurement
DC
Key features
Step-up DC
Reactor
Power supply
Load
TrueHD
18-bit resolution
CMRR
80dB/100 kHz
5MS/s high-speed
sampling
Current sensor
phase shift function
Wideband mode
harmonic analysis
Noise resistance
User-defined
calculations
High-frequency and low power
factor device evaluation
In additio n to the P W 6 0 01’s flat, broad frequency
characteristics, sensor phase error compensation allows
highly accurate high-frequency and low power factor device
analysis.
2
-2
-4
-6
-8
* For more information about reactor loss measurements, please refer to
“Technical Notes: High-Frequency Reactor Loss Measurement” available on
the HIOKI website.
Harmonic analysis synchronized with
switching frequencies
With the PW6001 you can perform harmonic analysis of
fundamental waves up to 300 kHz with a band frequency of
1.5 MHz. For reactors used by chopper circuits, measure
phase angles and RMS values for the current and voltage
of each harmonic order through harmonic analysis
synchronized with the switching frequency.
AC/DC Current Box PW9100’s phase characteristic
compensation example (representative value)
0
degree [ °]
Reactors are used for high harmonic current suppression
as well as the voltage step up/down of chopper circuits. The
PW6001’s outstanding high frequency characteristics, highspeed sampling, and noise-suppressing performance are
extremely effective in evaluating high-frequency, low power
factor devices (reactors, transformers, etc.).
With the addition of a low power factor measurement (LOW
PF) mode to the Quick Configuration menu in Ver. 3.00,
measurements can now be performed even more quickly.
Current Sensor Phase Shift Function
-10
10
Phase
Phase (when using the phase
compensation function)
100
1k
10 k
100 k
Frequency [Hz]
1M
10 M
Circuit impedance analysis
Calculate circuit impedance, resistance, and inductance
by using harmonic analysis results and user defined
calculations. X-Y plot functions are especially effective for
impedance analysis.
Ls
Rs
Reactor impedance: X-Y
frequency response plot
• Impedance Z [Ω]
= fundamental frequency voltage / fundamental frequency current
• Serial resistance RS [Ω]
= Z × cos (voltage phase angle - current phase angle)
• Serial inductance Ls [H]
= Z × sin (voltage phase angle - current phase angle) / (2 × π × frequency)
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Applications
PV Power Conditioner (PCS) Efficiency Measurement
DC measurement
Converter
Solar
panel
Inverter
AC
measurement
Power conditioner (PCS)
Key features
Power
system
Load
±0.02%
DC accuracy
Frequency
accuracy
±0.01 Hz
Various
measurement
parameters
Event triggers
Independent input
for Motor Analysis
IEC mode
harmonic analysis
Integration
of purchased
electricity
Supports PCS-specific measurements
Simultaneously display the necessary parameters for PCS
such as efficiency, loss, fundamental wave reactive power
Qfnd, DC ripple ratio, three-phrase unbalanced factor, etc.
Easily check the required measured items for improved
test efficiency. In addition, by setting the DC power sync
source to the output AC power channel, you can perform
DC output and stable efficiency measurements perfectly
synchronized with the output AC.
P4: DC power (panel output)
P123: 3
-phase power
(power conditioner output)
η1: Conversion efficiency
Urf4: Ripple rate
f1: Frequency
Uthd1: Voltage total harmonic distortion
Harmonic analysis and higher order
harmonic analysis (noise analysis)
Equipped with IEC standard mode supporting IEC610004-7. Arbitrarily set THD calculated upper limit orders also
based on the standard’s requirements. In addition, measure
2 kHz – 150 kHz high-order harmonics (noise that is not
synchronized with the power frequency) through FF T
analysis.
General CTs are not defined for accuracy beyond 60Hz.
On the other hand, Hioki current sensors are guaranteed for
accuracy even for harmonic measurements.
Measure output harmonics and noise through input waveform FFT analysis
Uunb123: Unbalance rate
Qfnd123: Fundamental wave
reactive power
Use event triggers to analyze
waveforms
An event trigger function is now available with Ver.3.00. Set
triggers for up to four measurement items, such as RMS value
and frequency, and record waveforms during an event for up
to 100 seconds. If you need to record waveforms for more
than 100 seconds, use the D/A output function (Motor Analysis
& D/A output option) to observe and record waveforms
with a recorder, simplifying the evaluation system. (It is not
necessary to connect a differential probe or current probe to
the recorder.)
1. RMS value fluctuates
T
2. E
vent trigger starts
waveform analysis
Voltage frequency measurement
fundamental accuracy of ± 0.01 Hz*
Perform frequency measurements required for each PCS
test with world-class accuracy and stability. Achieve highly
accurate frequency measurement values for a maximum of 6
ch (12 ch when there are two devices) while measuring each
parameter at the same time.
Voltage frequency measured value variations (50 ms intervals)
50.005
50.004
50.003
Frequency [Hz]
10
50.002
50.001
50.000
49.999
49.998
49.997
PW6001
Conventional models (analog type)
49.996
49.995
3. Record up to 100 seconds in
the PW6001 internal memory
4. T
o record a waveform for longer
than 100 seconds, use a recorder
to record the D/A output waveform
0
1
2
Time [s]
3
4
5
* ±0.01 Hz fundamental accuracy is defined for cases where the data
update is over 50 ms. Please contact us for even more precise frequency
measurement.
Applications
Power conversion for wind power generation
Key features
Power conditioner (PCS)
Zero-cross filter
Event triggers
Numerical
synchronization
Max. 12 channels
Wind turbine
Power system
Flexible efficiency
calculation
2-system
vector display
Data aggregation
Master
Optical connection
cable L6000
Simultaneous analysis of system and
power generation
With the dual vector display, you can see the 3-phase
balancing conditions for both the system and power
generation at a glance.
IEC mode
harmonic analysis
Slave
PCS efficiency measurements
Perfectly synchronize and measure a two-system PCS by
using the numerical synchronization function.
Master
measured
values
Slave
measured
values
All power parameters can be aggregated on the master
instrument, and the efficiency for each or the overall
efficiency can be calculated and displayed.
Test and evaluate substations, plants and railroads
Key features
Waveform
synchronization
Event triggers
Waveform
synchronization
Measure phase difference between
2 separate points
Use the waveform synchronization function to measure
the phase relationship between 2 points separated by a
maximum distance of 500 m. Due to insulation with an
optical connection cable, measurement can be performed
safely even if the ground potential between the 2 points is
not the same.
Optical connection cable, Max. 500 m
D/A output waveforms captured 500m away
Transfer voltage/current waveforms taken by the slave
instrument located as far as 500m away and output the
signals from the master device. When combined with a
Hioki MEMORY HiCORDER, timing tests and simultaneous
analysis of multiple channels for 3-phase power are possible.
Max. analog 32 channels + logic 32 channels
MEMORY HiCORDER MR8827
Safe measurement even if the ground
potential is not the same
* The waveform that is output has a delay of 7 μs to 12 μs, depending on the distance.
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Interfaces
Download the communication command manual from the HIOKI website at www.hioki.com
Names of parts
USB flash drive
RS-232C, External I/O
GP-IB
LAN
Synchronous control
D/A output
Motor Analysis Input
Current probe input
GP-IB
RS-232C
Data viewable through dedicated application
Command control
Synchronous
control
Data viewable through dedicated application
Command control
Bluetooth® logger connection
Switching for 20 channels of analog output or maximum
D/A output
(PW6001-11 to 16 only) 12 channels of waveform + 8 channels of analog output
Send the D/A output of values measured with the
PW6001 (maximum of 8 items) wirelessly to the Hioki
Wireless Logging Station LR8410 using the dedicated
cable and Bluetooth® serial conversion adapter.
(Approx. 30m* line of sight)The observable output
resolution is dependent on the LR8410’s resolution.
* The presence of obstructions (walls, metal, etc.) may
shorten the communication range or destabilize the
signal.
* Bluetooth® is a trademark of Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and
licensed for use by HIOKI E.E. CORPORATION.
External I/O
START/ STOP/ DATA RESET control
Terminals shared with RS-232C, ±5 V/200 mA power supply
possible
LAN
Gbit LAN supported
Command control
View data in free dedicated application
Optical connection cable connector, Duplex-LC (2-core)
Current probe
Power can also be supplied from the PW6001 to Probe1
input component or Probe2 by using the sliding cover.
Input signals from torque meters or rotation meters to
Motor Analysis
measure motor power. Measure motor signals including
input component electric angle and motor power from instruments such as
actinometers and anemometers.
USB flash drive
Save waveform data/measured data (csv)
Save screen copy (bmp)
Save interval data (csv) in real time
at the fastest interval of 10 ms
64 MB
internal memory
Save interval data and
send it to a USB flash drive later
Software
Download the software and drivers below from the HIOKI website at www.hioki.com
PC Communication Software PW Communicator
PW Communicator is a dedicated application software for communicating between a PW6001 power meter and a PC. Free download is available
from the Hioki website. The application contains convenient functions for setting the PW6001, monitoring the measurement values, acquiring data
via communication, computing efficiency, and much more.
Value
monitoring
Display the PW6001’s measurement values on the PC screen. Freely select up to
64 values, such as voltage, current, power, and harmonics.
Waveform
monitoring
Monitor the voltage, current, and waveforms measured by the meter right on the
PC screen.
Meter setting
Configure the connected PW6001 from the PC screen.
Measure with
multiple units
Compute the input/output efficiency of a power converter and similar operations
when using multiple units of PW6001. In addition to the PW6001, you can also batch
control other Hioki power meters, such as the PW3335, PW3336, and PW3337.
Save in CSV
format
Record 180 or more measurement data to a CSV file at fixed intervals.The shortest
interval between recordings is 200 ms.
Operating
environment
PC/AT-compatible
OS
Windows 10/Windows 8/Windows 7 (32 bit/64 bit)
*Windows is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation.
Memory
2GB or more recommended
Interface
LAN, RS-232C, GP-IB
LabVIEW driver
Obtain data and configure measurement systems with the LabVIEW driver.
*LabVIEW is a registered trademark of NATIONAL INSTRUMENTS.
MATLAB Toolkit
Control the PW6001 with MATLAB through an Ethernet connection and read the PW6001’s waveform binary data.
*MATLAB is a registered trademark of Mathworks, Inc.
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Specifications
Accuracy
Power measurement
Measurement lines
Pattern 1
1-phase/2-wire (1P2W), 1-phase/3-wire (1P3W),
3-phase/3-wire (3P3W2M, 3V3A, 3P3W3M), 3-phase/4-wire (3P4W)
CH1
CH2
CH3
CH4
CH5
CH6
1P2W
1P2W
1P2W
1P2W
1P2W
1P2W
1P2W
1P2W
1P2W
Pattern 2
1P3W / 3P3W2M
1P2W
Pattern 3
1P3W / 3P3W2M
1P2W
Pattern 4
1P3W / 3P3W2M
1P3W / 3P3W2M
Pattern 5
3P3W3M / 3V3A / 3P4W
Pattern 6
3P3W3M / 3V3A / 3P4W
Pattern 7
1P3W / 3P3W2M
1P2W
1P3W / 3P3W2M
1P2W
1P2W
1P2W
3P3W3M / 3V3A / 3P4W
For 2-channel combinations, select 1P3W or 3P3W2M.
For 3-channel combinations, select 3P3W3M, 3V3A, or 3P4W.
Number of
channels
Pattern 1
1
2
3
4
5
6
3
3
3
3
3
3
Pattern 2
–
3
3
3
3
3
Pattern 3
–
–
–
–
–
3
Pattern 4
–
–
–
3
–
3
Pattern 5
–
–
3
3
3
3
Pattern 6
–
–
–
–
3
3
–
–
–
–
–
3
Pattern 7
DC
0.1 Hz ≤ f < 30 Hz
30 Hz ≤ f < 45 Hz
45 Hz ≤ f ≤ 66 Hz
66 Hz < f ≤ 1 kHz
1 kHz < f ≤ 50 kHz
50 kHz < f ≤ 100 kHz
100 kHz < f ≤ 500 kHz
500 kHz < f ≤ 1 MHz
Frequency band
Voltage (U)
±0.02% rdg. ±0.03% f.s.
±0.1% rdg. ±0.2% f.s.
±0.03% rdg. ±0.05% f.s.
±0.02% rdg. ±0.02% f.s.
±0.03% rdg. ±0.04% f.s.
±0.1% rdg. ±0.05% f.s.
±0.01×f% rdg. ±0.2% f.s.
±0.008×f% rdg. ±0.5% f.s.
±(0.021×f-7)% rdg. ±1% f.s.
2 MHz (-3 dB, typical)
Current (I)
±0.02% rdg. ±0.03% f.s.
±0.1% rdg. ±0.2% f.s.
±0.03% rdg. ±0.05% f.s.
±0.02% rdg. ±0.02% f.s.
±0.03% rdg. ±0.04% f.s.
±0.1% rdg. ±0.05% f.s.
±0.01×f% rdg. ±0.2% f.s.
±0.008×f% rdg. ±0.5% f.s.
±(0.021×f-7)% rdg. ±1% f.s.
2 MHz (-3 dB, typical)
DC
0.1 Hz ≤ f < 30 Hz
30 Hz ≤ f < 45 Hz
45 Hz ≤ f ≤ 66 Hz
66 Hz < f ≤ 1 kHz
1 kHz < f ≤ 10 kHz
10 kHz < f ≤ 50 kHz
50 kHz < f ≤ 100 kHz
100 kHz < f ≤ 500 kHz
500 kHz < f ≤ 1 MHz
Active power (P)
±0.02% rdg. ±0.05% f.s.
±0.1% rdg. ±0.2% f.s.
±0.03% rdg. ±0.05% f.s.
±0.02% rdg. ±0.03% f.s.
±0.04% rdg. ±0.05% f.s.
±0.15% rdg. ±0.1% f.s.
±0.15% rdg. ±0.1% f.s.
±0.012×f% rdg. ±0.2% f.s.
±0.009×f% rdg. ±0.5% f.s.
±(0.047×f-19)% rdg. ±2% f.s.
Phase difference
−
±0.1°
±0.05°
±0.05°
±0.05°
±0.4°
±(0.040×f)°
±(0.050×f)°
±(0.055×f)°
±(0.055×f)°
1P2W
1P3W / 3P3W2M
3P3W3M / 3V3A / 3P4W
- Unit for f in accuracy calculations as mentioned in the table above: kHz
- Voltage and current DC values are defined for Udc and Idc, while frequencies
other than DC are defined for Urms and Irms.
- When U or I is selected as the synchronization source, accuracy is defined for
source input of at least 5% f.s.
- The phase difference is defined for a power factor of zero during f.s. input.
- Add the current sensor accuracy to the above accuracy figures for current,
active power, and phase difference.
- For the 6 V range, add ±0.05% f.s. for voltage and active power.
- Add ±20 μV to the DC accuracy for current and active power when using Probe
1 (however, 2 V f.s.).
- Add ±0.05% rdg. ±0.2% f.s. for current and active power when using Probe 2,
and add ±0.2° to the phase at or above 10 kHz.
- The accuracy figures for voltage, current, active power, and phase difference
for 0.1 Hz to 10 Hz are reference values.
- The accuracy figures for voltage, active power, and phase difference in excess
of 220 V from 10 Hz to 16 Hz are reference values.
- The accuracy figures for voltage, active power, and phase difference in excess
of 750 V for values of f such that 30 kHz < f ≤ 100 kHz are reference values.
-T
he accuracy figures for voltage, active power, and phase difference in excess of
(22000/f [kHz]) V for values of f such that 100 kHz < f ≤ 1 MHz are reference values.
- Add ±0.02% rdg. for voltage and active power at or above 1000 V (however,
figures are reference values).
Even for input voltages that are less than 1000 V, the effect will persist
until the input resistance temperature falls.
- For voltages in excess of 600 V, add the following to the phase
difference accuracy:
- 500 Hz < f ≤ 5 kHz: ±0.3°
- 5 kHz < f ≤ 20 kHz: ±0.5°
- 20 Hz < f ≤ 200 kHz: ±1°
Connection patterns that can be selected based on the number of channels:
[3] Can be selected, [–] Cannot be selected
Number of input
channels
Max. 6 channels; each input unit provides 1 channel for simultaneous voltage
and current input
Input terminal profile
Voltage
Probe 1
Probe 2
Probe 2 power supply
+12 V ±0.5 V, -12 V ±0.5 V, max. 600 mA, up to a max. of 700 mA for up to 3
channels
Input method
Voltage measurement unit
Current measurement unit
Voltage range
6 V / 15 V / 30 V / 60 V / 150 V / 300 V / 600 V / 1500 V
Current range
(Probe 1)
400 mA / 800 mA / 2 A / 4 A / 8 A / 20 A
4 A / 8 A / 20 A / 40 A / 80 A / 200 A
1 A / 2 A / 5 A / 10 A / 20 A / 50 A
10 A / 20 A / 50 A / 100 A / 200 A / 500 A
20 A / 40 A / 100 A / 200 A / 400 A / 1 kA
Plug-in terminals (safety terminals)
Dedicated connector (ME15W)
BNC (metal) + power supply terminal
Photoisolated input, resistance voltage divider
Isolated input from current sensor (voltage output)
(with 20 A sensor)
(with 200 A sensor)
(with 50 A sensor)
(with 500 A sensor)
(with 1000 A sensor)
1 kA / 2 kA / 5 kA / 10 kA / 20 kA / 50 kA (with 0.1 mV/A sensor)
Measurement
parameters
Apparent power
Reactive power
100 A / 200 A / 500 A / 1 kA / 2 kA / 5 kA (with 1 mV/A sensor)
(Probe 2)
10 A / 20 A / 50 A / 100 A / 200 A / 500 A (with 10 mV/A sensor; with 3274 or 3275)
1 A / 2 A / 5 A / 10 A / 20 A / 50 A
(with 100 mV/A sensor; with 3273 or 3276)
100 mA / 200 mA / 500 mA / 1 A / 2 A / 5 A (with 1 V/A sensor; with CT6700 or CT6701)
Power factor
(0.1 V / 0.2 V / 0.5 V / 1.0 V / 2.0 V / 5.0 V range)
Power range
2.40000 W to 4.50000 MW (depending on voltage and current combinations)
Crest factor
3 (relative to voltage/current range rating);
however, 1.33 for 1500 V range, 1.5 for 5 V Probe 2 range
300 (relative to minimum valid voltage and current input);
however, 133 for 1500 V range, 150 for 5 V Probe 2 range
Input resistance
(50 Hz / 60 Hz)
Voltage inputs
Probe 1 inputs
4 MΩ ±40 kΩ
1 MΩ ±50 kΩ
Voltage inputs
1000 V, ±2000 Vpeak (10 ms or less)
Input voltage frequency of 250 kHz to 1 MHz, (1250 - f) V
Input voltage frequency of 1 MHz to 5 MHz, 50 V
Unit for f above: kHz
5 V, ±12 Vpeak (10 ms or less)
8 V, ±15 Vpeak (10 ms or less)
Maximum input voltage
Probe 1 inputs
Probe 2 inputs
Probe 2 inputs
Sine wave input with a power factor of 1 or DC input, terminal-to-ground voltage
of 0 V, after zero-adjustment
Within the effective measurement range
Waveform peak
Measurement method
Voltage/current simultaneous digital sampling with zero-cross synchronized
calculation
Sampling
5 MHz / 18 bits
Frequency band
DC, 0.1 Hz to 2 MHz
Synchronization
frequency range
0.1 Hz to 2 MHz
Synchronization source
U1 to U6, I1 to I6, DC (fixed at data update rate),
Ext1 to Ext2, Zph, CH C, CH D
The zero-cross point of the waveform after passing through the zero-cross filter
is used as the standard for U or I selection.
Data update rate
10 ms / 50 ms / 200 ms
When using simple averaging, the data update rate varies based on the number
of averaging iterations.
LPF
500 Hz / 1 kHz / 5 kHz / 10 kHz / 50 kHz / 100 kHz / 500 kHz / OFF
Approx. 500 kHz analog LPF + digital IIR filter (Butterworth characteristics equivalent)
Except when off, add ±0.1% rdg. to the accuracy.
Defined for frequencies that are less than or equal to 1/10 of the set frequency.
Polarity detection
voltage
Current zero-cross timing comparison
Measurement
parameters
Voltage (U), current (I), active power (P), apparent power (S), reactive power
(Q), power factor (λ), phase angle (φ), frequency (f), efficiency (η), loss (Loss),
voltage ripple factor (Urf), current ripple factor (Irf), current integration (Ih),
power integration (WP), voltage peak (Upk), current peak (Ipk)
Effective measurement
Voltage, current, power: 1% to 110% of range
range
Zero-suppression
range
Select from OFF / 0.1% f.s. / 0.5% f.s.
When set to OFF, a value may be displayed even when receiving zero input.
Zero-adjustment
Zero-adjustment of input offsets that are less than ±10% f.s. for voltage and
±10% f.s. ±4 mV for current
Voltage accuracy + current accuracy ±10 dgt.
Apparent power accuracy +
( 2.69 × 10 -4×f + 1.0022-λ 2 - 1-λ 2 ) × 100% f.s.
φ of other than ±90°:
cos (φ + phase difference accuracy)
± 1× 100%rdg. ± 50dgt.
cos(φ)
φ of ±90°:
±cos (φ + phase difference accuracy) × 100% f.s. ±50 dgt.
Voltage/current RMS accuracy ±1% f.s.
(f.s.: apply 300% of range)
f: kHz; φ: Display value for voltage/current phase difference;
λ: Display value for power factor
1 MΩ ±50 kΩ
Voltage input terminal (50 Hz/60 Hz)
Maximum rated voltage
CATIII 600V; anticipated transient overvoltage: 6000V
to earth
CATII 1000V; anticipated transient overvoltage: 6000V
Accuracy
Effects of temperature
and humidity
Add the following to the voltage, current, and active power accuracy within the
range of 0°C to 20°C or 26°C to 40°C:
±0.01% rdg./°C (add 0.01% f.s./°C for DC measured values)
For current and active power when using Probe 2, ±0.02% rdg./°C (add 0.05%
f.s./°C for DC measured values)
Under conditions of 60% RH or greater:
Add ±0.0006 × humidity [%RH] × f [kHz]% rdg. to the voltage and active power accuracy.
Add ±0.0006 × humidity [%RH] × f [kHz]° for the phase difference.
Effects of commonmode voltage
50 Hz/60 Hz : 100 dB or greater (when applied between the voltage
inputterminals and the enclosure)
100 kHz : 80 dB or greater (reference value)
Defined for CMRR when the maximum input voltage is applied for all
measurement ranges.
Effects of external
magnetic fields
±1% f.s. or less (in a magnetic field of 400 A/m, DC or 50 Hz/ 60 Hz)
Effects of power factor
cos (φ + phase difference accuracy)
× 100%rdg.
cos(φ)
φ of other than ±90°:
± 1-
φ of ±90°:
±cos (φ + phase difference accuracy) × 100% f.s.
Frequency measurement
Number of
measurement channels
Max. 6 channels (f1 to f6), based on the number of input channels
Measurement source
Select from U/I for each connection.
Measurement method
Reciprocal method + zero-cross sampling value correction
Calculated from the zero-cross point of waveforms after application of the zerocross filter.
Measurement range
0.1 Hz to 2 MHz
(Display shows 0.00000 Hz or ----- Hz if measurement is not possible.)
Accuracy
±0.01Hz (Only when measuring 45-66 Hz with a minimum
measurement interval of 50 ms and sine input of at least 50%
relative to the voltage range when measuring the voltage
frequency.)
±0.05% rdg ± 1 dgt.(other than the conditions mentioned above, when the sine
wave is at least 30% relative to the measurement source’s
measurement range)
Display format
0.10000 Hz to 9.99999 Hz, 9.9000 Hz to 99.9999 Hz,
99.000 Hz to 999.999 Hz, 0.99000 kHz to 9.99999 kHz,
9.9000 kHz to 99.9999 kHz, 99.000 kHz to 999.999 kHz,
0.99000 MHz to 2.00000 MHz
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Integration measurement
Waveform recording
Measurement modes
Number of
measurement channels
Measurement
parameters
Select RMS or DC for each connection (DC mode can only be selected when
using an AC/DC sensor with a 1P2W connection).
Current integration (Ih+, Ih-, Ih), active power integration (WP+, WP-, WP)
Ih+ and Ih- are measured only in DC mode. Only Ih is measured in RMS mode.
Digital calculation based on current and active power values
DC mode
Measurement method
Display resolution
Measurement range
Integration time
Integration time
accuracy
Integration accuracy
Backup function
Every sampling interval, current values and instantaneous power
values are integrated separately for each polarity.
RMS mode The current RMS value and active power value are integrated for each
measurement interval. Only active power is integrated separately for
each polarity.
999999 (6 digits + decimal point), starting from the resolution at which 1% of
each range is f.s.
0 to ±9999.99 TAh/TWh
10 sec. to 9999 hr. 59 min. 59 sec.
±0.02% rdg. (0℃ to 40℃)
±(current or active power accuracy) ±integration time accuracy
None
Harmonics measurement
Number of
measurement channels
Synchronization source
Measurement modes
Measurement
parameters
FFT processing word
length
Antialiasing
Window function
Grouping
THD calculation
method
Synchronization
frequency range
Data update rate
Analysis orders
Window wave number
Number of FFT points
Accuracy
Maximum analysis
order and
Window wave number
Recording length
Storage mode
Trigger mode
Pre-trigger
Based on the synchronization source setting for each connection.
Select from IEC standard mode or wideband mode (setting applies to all
channels).
Harmonic voltage RMS value, harmonic voltage content ratio, harmonic
voltage phase angle, harmonic current RMS value, harmonic current content
ratio, harmonic current phase angle, harmonic active power, harmonic power
content ratio, harmonic voltage/current phase difference, total voltage harmonic
distortion, total current harmonic distortion, voltage unbalance ratio, current
unbalance ratio
Trigger detection
method
32 bits
Digital filter (automatically configured based on synchronization frequency)
Rectangular
OFF / Type 1 (harmonic sub-group) / Type 2 (harmonic group)
THD_F / THD_R (Setting applies to all connections.) Select calculation order
from 2nd order to 100th order
(however, limited to the maximum analysis order for each mode).
Zero- cross synchronization calculation method (same window for each
synchronization source)
Fixed sampling interpolation calculation method with average thinning in window
IEC 61000-4-7:2002 compliant with gap overlap
45 Hz to 66 Hz
Fixed at 200 ms.
0th to 50th
When less than 56 Hz, 10 waves; when 56 Hz or greater, 12 waves
4096 points
Zero- cross synchronization calculation method (same window for each
synchronization source) with gaps
Fixed sampling interpolation calculation method
0.1 Hz to 300 kHz
Fixed at 50 ms.
Frequency
0.1 Hz ≤ f < 80 Hz
80 Hz ≤ f < 160 Hz
160 Hz ≤ f < 320 Hz
320 Hz ≤ f < 640 Hz
640 Hz ≤ f < 6 kHz
6 kHz ≤ f < 12 kHz
12 kHz ≤ f < 25 kHz
25 kHz ≤ f < 50 kHz
50 kHz ≤ f < 101 kHz
101 kHz ≤ f < 201 kHz
201 kHz ≤ f ≤ 300 kHz
Voltage and current waveform, waveform after voltage and current zero-cross
filter, manual, motor waveform*, motor pulse*
Rising edge, falling edge
±300% of the range for the waveform, in 0.1% steps
Level trigger / Event trigger
(1) Level trigger
Detects the trigger based on fluctuations in the level of the storage waveform.
Trigger source: Voltage and current waveform, waveform after voltage and
current zero-cross filter, manual, motor waveform, motor
pulse (motor waveform and motor pulse: Motor analysis and
D/A-equipped models only)
Trigger slope: Rising edge, falling edge
Trigger level: ±300% of the range for the waveform, in 0.1% steps
(2) Event trigger
Detects the trigger based on fluctuations in the value of the measurement
parameter selected for D/A output.
Specifically, trigger detection conditions are set using OR and AND
operations performed on the four events defined below. Note that the AND
operator has precedence over the OR operator.
Event: T h e s e c o n d i t i o n d ef i n i t i o n s c o n s i s t of a D/A o ut p ut
measurement parameter (D/A13 to D/A20), an inequality sign
(< or >), and a value (0.00000 to 999999T).
EVm : D/An X.XXXXX y
(m: 1 to 4, n: 13 to 20, : Inequality sign, X.XXXXX: 6-digit
constant, y: SI prefix)
FFT analysis
Measurement channel
Calculation type
Number of FFT points
FFT processing word length
Analysis position
*Motor waveform and motor pulse: Motor Analysis and D/A-equipped models only
Voltage-Current Waveform - 1 channel (selected from input channels)
Motor Waveform - Analog DC
Analysis performed only when FFT screen is displayed
RMS spectrum
1,000, 5,000, 10,000 or 50,000 points
32 bits
Any desired position among the waveform record data
Automatic Digital Filter (during simple thinning mode)
Antialiasing
None (During Peak-Peak compression mode, use the Max value and perform FFT)
Window function
Rectangular/Hanning/Flat-top
Linked with compression ratio of waveform records.
2 MHz, 1 MHz, 400 kHz, 200 kHz, 100 kHz, 40 kHz, 20 kHz, 10 kHz or 4 kHz / 20
Max. analysis
kHz, 10 kHz, or 4kHz during analog DC input
frequency
(Mentioned above frequency - frequency resolution) becomes the maximum
analysis frequency
Compute 10 frequencies and voltage-current peak value levels (local maximum value)
FFT peak value display each starting from the top, ordered by level / For FFT calculation results, recognize as
the peak value when the data on both sides is lower than the original data
Motor Analysis (PW6001-11 to -16 only)
4 channels: CH A
Analog DC input / Frequency input / Pulse input
CH B
Analog DC input / Frequency input / Pulse input
CH C
Pulse input
CH D
Pulse input
Operating mode
Single, dual, or independent input
Input terminal profile
Isolated BNC connectors
Input resistance (DC)
1 MΩ ±50 kΩ
Input method
Function-isolated input and single-end input
Measurement parameters Voltage, torque, rpm, frequency, slip, motor power
Maximum input voltage ±20 V (analog DC and pulse operation)
Additional conditions for
Input: Terminal-to-ground voltage of 0 V, after zero-adjustment
guaranteed accuracy
Number of input
channels
(1) Analog DC input (CH A/CH B)
Window wave number
1
2
4
2
4
2
4
8
16
32
64
Maximum analysis order
100th
100th
60th
60th
50th
50th
50th
30th
15th
7th
5th
The instrument provides phase zero-adjustment functionality using keys or
Phase zero-adjustment communications commands (only available when the synchronization source is
set to Ext).
Accuracy
Compression ratio
Max. 6 channels, based on the number of built-in channels
(2) Wideband mode
Synchronization
frequency range
Data update rate
Sampling speed
Trigger slope
Trigger level
Frequency
Harmonic voltage and current
Harmonic power
Phase difference
DC (0th order)
±0.1% rdg. ±0.1% f.s.
±0.1% rdg. ±0.2% f.s.
-45 Hz ≤ f ≤ 66 Hz
±0.2% rdg. ±0.04% f.s.
±0.4% rdg. ±0.05% f.s.
±0.08°
66 Hz < f ≤ 440 Hz
±0.5% rdg. ±0.05% f.s.
±1.0% rdg. ±0.05% f.s.
±0.08°
440 Hz < f ≤ 1 kHz
±0.8% rdg. ±0.05% f.s.
±1.5% rdg. ±0.05% f.s.
±0.4°
1 kHz < f ≤ 2.5 kHz
±2.4% rdg. ±0.05% f.s.
±4% rdg. ±0.05% f.s.
±0.4°
2.5 kHz < f ≤ 3.3 kHz
±6% rdg. ±0.05% f.s.
±10% rdg. ±0.05% f.s.
±0.8°
Unit for f in accuracy calculations as mentioned in the table above: kHz
Power is defined for a power factor of 1.
Accuracy specifications are defined for fundamental wave input that is greater
than or equal to 50% of the range.
Add the current sensor accuracy to the above accuracy figures for current, active
power, and phase difference.
Add ±0.02% rdg. for voltage and active power at or above 1000 V (however,
figures are reference values).
Even for input voltages that are less than 1000 V, the effect will persist until the
input resistance temperature falls.
Measurement method
Waveform resolution
Trigger source
(1) IEC standard mode
Measurement method
Recording capacity
Voltage and current waveformsMax. 6 channels
(based on the number of installed channels)
Motor waveforms *
Max. 2 analog DC channels + max. 4 pulse channels
1 Mword × ((voltage + current) × max. 6 channels + motor waveforms)
Fixed to 1 Mword when the number of channels is low.
Motor waveforms: Motor analysis and D/A-equipped models only
No memory allocation function
16 bits (Voltage and current waveforms use the upper 16 bits of the 18-bit A/D.)
Voltage and current waveforms Always 5 MS/s
Motor waveforms *
Always 50 kS/s (analog DC)
Motor pulse *
Always 5 MS/s
1/1, 1/2, 1/5, 1/10, 1/20, 1/50, 1/100, 1/200, 1/500
(5 MS/s, 2.5 MS/s, 1 MS/s, 500 kS/s, 250 kS/s, 100 kS/s, 50 kS/s, 25 kS/s, 10 kS/s)
However, motor waveforms* are only compressed at 50 kS/s or less.
1 kWord / 5 kWord / 10 kWord / 50 kWord / 100 kWord / 500 kWord / 1 Mword
Peak-to-peak compression or simple thinning
SINGLE or NORMAL (with forcible trigger setting)
When FFT analysis is enabled in NORMAL mode, the instrument enters trigger
standby and waits for FFT calculations to complete.
0% to 100% of the recording length, in 10% steps
Add the following to the accuracy figures for voltage (U), current (I), active power
(P), and phase difference. (Unit for f in following table: kHz)
Frequency
Harmonic voltage and current
Harmonic power
Phase difference
DC
±0.1% f.s.
±0.2% f.s.
0.1 Hz ≤ f < 30 Hz
±0.05% f.s.
±0.05% f.s.
±0.1°
30 Hz ≤ f < 45 Hz
±0.1% f.s.
±0.2% f.s.
±0.1°
45 Hz ≤ f ≤ 66 Hz
±0.05% f.s.
±0.1% f.s.
±0.1°
66 Hz < f ≤ 1 kHz
±0.05% f.s.
±0.1% f.s.
±0.1°
1 kHz < f ≤ 10 kHz
±0.05% f.s.
±0.1% f.s.
±0.6°
10 kHz < f ≤ 50 kHz
±0.2% f.s.
±0.4% f.s.
±(0.020×f)° ±0.5°
50 kHz < f ≤ 100 kHz
±0.4% f.s.
±0.5% f.s.
±(0.020×f)° ±1°
100 kHz < f ≤ 500 kHz
±1% f.s.
±2% f.s.
±(0.030×f)° ±1.5°
500 kHz < f ≤ 900 kHz
±4% f.s.
±5% f.s.
±(0.030×f)° ±2°
Unit for f in accuracy calculations as mentioned in the table above: kHz
The figures for voltage, current, power, and phase difference for frequencies in
excess of 300 kHz are reference values.
When the fundamental wave is outside the range of 16 Hz to 850 Hz, the figures
for voltage, current, power, and phase difference for frequencies other than the
fundamental wave are reference values.
When the fundamental wave is within the range of 16 Hz to 850 Hz, the figures
for voltage, current, power, and phase difference in excess of 6 kHz are
reference values.
Accuracy values for phase difference are defined for input for which the voltage
and current for the same order are at least 10% f.s.
Measurement range
Effective input range
Sampling
Response speed
Measurement method
Measurement accuracy
Temperature coefficient
Effects of commonmode voltage
LPF
Display range
Zero-adjustment
±1 V / ±5 V / ±10 V
1% to 110% f.s.
50 kHz, 16 bits
0.2 ms (when LPF is OFF)
Simultaneous digital sampling, zero-cross synchronization calculation method
(averaging between zero-crosses)
±0.05% rdg. ±0.05% f.s.
±0.03% f.s./°C
±0.01% f.s. or less with 50 V applied between the input terminals and the enclosure
(DC / 50 Hz / 60 Hz)
OFF (20 kHz) / ON (1 kHz)
From the range’s zero-suppression range setting to ±150%
Voltage ±10% f.s., zero-correction of input offsets that are less
(2) Frequency input (CH A/CH B)
Detection level
Measurement
frequency band
Minimum detection width
Measurement accuracy
Display range
Low: 0.5 V or less; high: 2.0 V or more
0.1 Hz to 1 MHz (at 50% duty ratio)
0.5 µs or more
±0.05% rdg. ±3 dgt.
1.000 kHz to 500.000 kHz
(3) Pulse input (CH A / CH B / CH C / CH D)
Detection level
Low: 0.5 V or less; high: 2.0 V or more
Measurement
0.1 Hz to 1 MHz (at 50% duty ratio)
frequency band
Minimum detection width 0.5 µs or more
OFF / Weak / Strong (When using the weak setting, positive and negative pulses
Pulse filter
of less than 0.5 µs are ignored. When using the strong setting, positive and
negative pulses of 5 µs are ignored.)
Measurement accuracy ±0.05% rdg. ±3 dgt.
Display range
0.1 Hz to 800.000 kHz
Unit
Hz / r/min.
Frequency division
1~60000
setting range
Rotation direction
Can be set in single mode (detected based on lead/lag of CH B and CH C).
detection
Mechanical angle
Can be set in single mode (CH B frequency division cleared at CH D rising edge).
origin detection
15
D/A output (PW6001-11 to -16 only)
Number of output channels 20 channels
Output terminal profile D-sub 25-pin connector × 1
- Switchable between waveform output and analog output
Output details
(select from basic measurement parameters).
- Waveform output is fixed to CH1 to CH12.
D/A conversion resolution 16 bits (polarity + 15 bits)
Analog output10 ms / 50 ms / 200 ms
Output refresh rate
(based on data update rate for the selected parameter)
Waveform output 1 MHz
Output voltage
Analog output
±5 V DC f.s. (max. approx. ±12 V DC)
Waveform outputSwitchable between ±2 V f.s. and ±1 V f.s., crest factor of 2.5
or greater.
Setting applies to all channels.
Output resistance
100 Ω ±5 Ω
Output accuracy
Analog outputOutput measurement parameter measurement accuracy
±0.2% f.s. (DC level)
Waveform outputMeasurement accuracy ±0.5% f.s. (at ±2 V f.s.)
or ±1.0% f.s. (at ±1 V f.s.)
(RMS value level, up to 50 kHz)
Temperature coefficient
±0.05% f.s./℃
Display characters
English, Japanese, Chinese (simplified)
Display
9” WVGA TFT color LCD (800 × 480 dots)
with an LED backlight and analog resistive touch panel
Display section
Display value resolution
Display refresh rate
999999 count (including integration values)
Measured valuesApprox. 200 ms (independent of internal data update rate)
When using simple averaging, the data update rate varies
based on the number of averaging iterations.
Waveforms
Based on display settings
External interface
(1) USB flash drive interface
Connector
Electrical specifications
Power supplied
Supported USB flash
drives
Recorded data
USB Type A connector × 1
USB 2.0 (high-speed)
Max. 500 mA
USB Mass Storage Class compatible
- Save/load settings files
- Save measured values/automatic recorded data (CSV format)
- Copy measured values/recorded data (from internal memory)
- Save waveform data, save screenshots (compressed BMP format)
(2) LAN interface
Connector
Electrical specifications
Transmission method
Protocol
Functions
RJ-45 connector × 1
IEEE 802.3 compliant
10Base-T / 100Base-TX / 1000Base-T (automatic detection)
TCP/IP (with DHCP function)
HTTP server (remote operations)
Dedicated port (data transferring, command control)
FTP server (file transferring)
(3) GP-IB interface
Communication
method
Addresses
Functions
IEEE 488.1 1987 compliant developed with reference to IEEE 488.2 1987
Interface functions: SH1, AH1, T6, L4, SR1, RL1, PP0, DC1, DT1, C0
00 to 30
Command control
(4) RS-232C interface
Connector
Communication
method
Flow control
D-sub 9-pin connector × 1, 9-pin power supply compatible, also used for external control
RS-232C, EIA RS-232D, CCITT V.24, and JIS X5101 compliant
Full duplex, start stop synchronization, data length of 8, no parity, 1 stop bit
(5) External control interface
Power supplied
(6) Two-instrument synchronization interface
Connector
Optical signal
SFP optical transceiver, Duplex-LC (2-wire LC)
850 nm VCSEL, 1 Gbps
Fiber used
50/125 µm multi-mode fiber equivalent, up to 500 m
Sends data from the connected slave instrument to the master instrument, which
performs calculations and displays the results.
Functions
Class 1
Auto-range function
Functions
Operating mode
Auto-range breadth
The voltage and current ranges for each connection are automatically changed
in response to the input.
OFF/ON (selectable for each connection)
Intervals
Peak hold
Selects the voltage and current values used to calculate apparent and reactive
power and power factor.
RMS/mean (Can be selected for each connection’s voltage and current.)
(2) Scaling
VT (PT) ratio
CT ratio
OFF/ 0.00001 to 9999.99
OFF/ 0.01 to 9999.99
(3) Averaging (AVG)
Functions
Operating mode
Operation
Number of simple
averaging iterations
All instantaneous measured values, including harmonics, are averaged.
OFF / Simple averaging / Exponential averaging
Simple averagingAveraging is per formed for the number of simple
averaging iterations for each data update cycle, and the
output data is updated.
The data update rate is lengthened by the number of
averaging iterations.
Exponential averagingData is exponentially averaged using a time constant
defined by the data update rate and the exponential
averaging response rate.
During averaging operation, averaged data is used for all analog output and save data.
Number of averaging
5
10
20
50
100
iterations
10 ms
50 ms
100 ms 200 ms 500 ms
1 sec.
Data
50 ms
250 ms 500 ms
1 sec.
2.5 sec.
5 sec.
update rate
200 ms
1 sec.
2 sec.
4 sec.
10 sec. 20 sec.
Setting
Data
update rate
Exponential averaging
response rate
FAST
0.1 sec.
0.5 sec.
2.0 sec.
MID
0.8 sec.
4 sec.
16 sec.
SLOW
5 sec.
25 sec.
100 sec.
(4) User-defined calculations
User-specified basic measurement parameters are calculated using the
specified calculation formulas.
Four basic measured items or constants with a maximum of 6-digits; operators
are four-arithmetic operators.
UDFn = ITEM1 ITEM2 ITEM3 ITEM4
ITEMn : basic measured item, or constant of up to 6 digits
: any one of +, -, *, or /
Calculated items
UDFn can also be selected for ITEMn, with calculations performed in the order of n.
The functions that can be selected and calculated in regards to each ITEMn are
as follows: neg, sin, cos, tan, sqrt, abs, log10 (common logarithm), log (logarithm),
exp, asin, acos, atan, sinh, cosh, tanh
When a UDFn with an n higher than the current UDF is encounted, previously
calculated values are used
Number of allowed calculations 16 formulas (UDF1 to UDF16)
Maximum value setting Set for each UDFn in the range 1.000 μ to 100.0 T / Functions as a UDFn range
Unit
Up to 6 characters in ASCII for each UDFn
Functions
(5) Efficiency and loss calculations
Calculated items
Active power value (P), fundamental wave active power (Pfnd), and motor power (Pm)
(Motor Analysis and D/A-equipped models only) for each channel and connection
Number of calculations
that can be performed
Four each for efficiency and loss
Formula
Calculated items are specified for Pin(n) and Pout(n) in the following format:
Pin = Pin1 + Pin2 + Pin3 + Pin4, Pout = Pout1 + Pout2 + Pout3 + Pout4
η = 100 × |Pout|, Loss = |Pin| - |Pout|
|Pin|
(6) Power formula selection
Functions
Formula
Selects the reactive power, power factor, and power phase angle formulas.
TYPE1 / TYPE2 / TYPE3
TYPE1
Compatible with TYPE1 as used by the Hioki 3193 and 3390.
TYPE2
Compatible with TYPE2 as used by the Hioki 3192 and 3193.
TYPE3The sign of the TYPE1 power factor and power phase angle are
used as the active power signs.
(7) Delta conversion
Functions
Δ-YWhen using a 3P3W3M or 3V3A connection, converts the line voltage
waveform to a phase voltage waveform using a virtual neutral point.
Y-ΔWhen using a 3P4W connection, converts the phase voltage waveform to
a line voltage waveform.
Voltage RMS values and all voltage parameters, including harmonics, are
calculated using the post-conversion voltage.
(8) Current sensor phase shift calculation
Functions
Compensation value
settings
Compensates the current sensor’s harmonic phase characteristics using calculations.
Compensation points are set using the frequency and phase difference.
Frequency
0.1 kHz to 999.9 kHz (in 0.1 kHz steps)
Phase difference
0.00° to ±90.00° (in 0.01° intervals)
However, the difference in time calculated from the frequency phase difference
can be up to 98 µs in 0.5ns intervals
Display functionality
(1) Connection confirmation screen
Functions
Mode at startup
Simple settings
Displays a connection diagram and voltage and current vectors based on the
selected measurement lines.
The ranges for a correct connection are displayed on the vector display so that
the connection can be checked.
User can select to display the connection confirmation screen at startup
(startup screen setting).
Commercial power supply / Commercial power supply high-resolution HD / DC /
DC high-resolution HD / PWM / High-frequency / Other
OFF, 10 sec. to 9999 hr. 59 min. 59 sec. (in 1 sec. steps)
OFF, start time/stop time (in 1 min. steps)
OFF / 10 ms / 50 ms / 200 ms / 500 ms / 1 sec. / 5 sec. / 10 sec. / 15 sec. / 30 sec.
1 min. / 5 min. / 10 min. / 15 min. / 30 min. / 60 min.
(4) Harmonic display screen
Stops updating the display with all measured values and holds the value
currently being displayed.
Used exclusively with the peak hold function.
Updates the measured value display each time a new maximum value is set.
Used exclusively with the hold function.
10 ms
50 ms
200 ms
These values indicate the time required for the final stabilized value to converge
on ±1% when the input changes from 0% f.s. to 90% f.s.
(2) Vector display screen
Hold functionality
Hold
Operating mode
Broad/ narrow (applies to all channels)
T he range is increased by one if the peak value is exceeded for the
Broad
connection or if there is an RMS value that is greater than or equal to 110% f.s.
The range is lowered by two if all RMS values for the connection are less
than or equal to 10% f.s.
Narrow
T he range is increased by one if the peak value is exceeded for the
connection or if there is an RMS value that is greater than or equal to 105% f.s.
The range is lowered by one if all RMS values for the connection are
less than or equal to 40% f.s.
Voltage range changes when Δ-Y conversion is enabled are determined
by multiplying the range by [ 31 ]
Time control function
Timer control
Actual time control
Functions
D-sub 9-pin connector × 1, 9-pin power supply compatible, also used for RS-232C
OFF/ON (voltage of +5 V, max. 200 mA)
Electrical specifications 0/5 V (2.5 V to 5 V) logic signals or contact signal with terminal shorted or open
Same operation as the [START/STOP] key or the [DATA RESET] key on the
Functions
control panel
Used through exclusive switching with RS-232C
Laser class
(1) Rectifier
Hardware flow control ON/OFF
Communications speed 9,600 bps / 19,200 bps / 38,400 bps / 57,600 bps / 115,200 bps / 230,400 bps
Command control
Functions
LR8410 Link supported (dedicated connector is required)
Used through exclusive switching with external control interface
Connector
Calculation functionality
Functions
Displays a connection-specific vector graph along with associated level values
and phase angles.
(3) Numerical display screen
Functions
Display patterns
Functions
Display patterns
Displays power measured values and motor measured values for up to six
instrument channels.
Basic by connectionDisplays measured values for the measurement lines and
motors combined in the connection.
There are four measurement line patterns: U, I, P, and Integ.
Selection displayCreates a numerical display for the measurement parameters
that the user has selected from all basic measurement
parameters in the location selected by the user.
There are 4-, 8-, 16-, and 32-display patterns.
Displays harmonic measured values on the instrument’s screen.
Display bar graph: Displays harmonic measurement parameters for userspecified channels as a bar graph.
Display list: Displays numerical values for user-specified parameters
and user-specified channels.
(5) Waveform display screen
Functions
Display patterns
Displays the voltage and current waveforms and motor waveform.
All-waveform display, waveform + numerical display
Cursor measurement supported
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Simplified Graph Function
(1) D/A Monitor Graph
Functions
Graph measured values chosen as D/A output items in chronological order
Illustrated waveforms are Peak-Peak compressed by setting time axis to data at
data update rate, and data is not recorded.
Operations
Start and stop drawing with the RUN/STOP button
Illustrate the displayed value during hold and peak hold
Illustrated data is cleared when Clear button is pressed during changes in
settings related to measured values of range and D/A output items
Number of illustrated items Maximum of 8 items
Illustrated items
Operates simultaneously with D/A output items from CH13 to CH20 settings
Time axis
10 ms/dot to 48 min/dot (Cannot be selected below the data update rate)
Vertical axis
Autoscaling (operates to fit data on screen within screen display range with time axis)
Manual (user sets displayed maximum value and minimum value)
(2) X-Y Plot
Functions
Select horizontal and vertical axis items from fundamental measurement items
and display X-Y graph
Dot illustrations are done at data update rate, and data is not recorded
Illustration data can be cleared / a total of two combinations of graphs can be
displayed: X1-Y1 or X2-Y2
Gauge display, displayed max value and min value settings are allowed
X1, Y1, X2, and Y2 operate in synchronization with D/A output item settings for
CH13, 14, 15, and 16 respectively
Basic formula
Wiring
Parameter
Voltage,
current
RMS value
(True RMS)
Voltage,
current
average value
rectification
RMS equivalent
Voltage,
current
AC component
Voltage,
current
Average value
Voltage,
current
Fundamental
wave component
Voltage,
current
peak values
Saves the specified measured values in effect for each interval.
Save destination
OFF / Internal memory / USB flash drive
Saved parameters
User-selected from all measured values, including harmonic measured values
Maximum amount of
saved data
Internal memory 64 MB (data for approx. 1800 measurements)
USB flash drive Approx. 100 MB per file (automatically segmented) × 20 files
Data format
CSV file format
Manual save function
(1) Measurement data
Functions
The [SAVE] key saves specified measured values at the time it is pressed.
Comment text can be entered for each saved data point, up to a maximum of 20
alphanumeric characters.
*The manual save function for measurement data cannot be used while
automatic save is in progress.
Save destination
USB flash drive
Saved parameters
User-selected from all measured values, including harmonic measured values
Data format
CSV file format
Functions
Save destination
USB flash drive - Assign destinations for saved data
Comment entry
OFF/ON - up to 40 letters/symbols
Data format
CSV file format (read-only attribute included), binary file format (BIN format)
Xrms(i)(i+1) =
1 ( Xrms(i) + Xrms(i+1) )
2
M-1
Xmn(i) =
Xmn(i)(i+1) =
1 M-1
2 2 M S = 0 X(i)s
1 (Xmn(i)+Xmn(i+1))
2
Functions
Save destination
USB flash drive
Comment entry
OFF / Text / Handwritten
When set to [Text], up to 40 alphanumeric characters
When set to [Handwritten], hand-drawn images are pasted to the screen.
Data format
Compressed BMP
Saves settings information to the save destination as a settings file via
functionality provided on the File screen.
In addition, previously saved settings files can be loaded and their settings
restored on the File screen.
However, language and communications settings are not saved.
Save destination
USB flash drive
(5) FFT data
Functions
(Within touch panel) Use Save FFT Spectrum button to save waveform data
during that session
Input comments for each set of saved data
*Cannot be operated when waveform data is invalid during storage and automatic saving
Save destination
USB flash drive - Assign destinations for saved data
Comment entry
OFF/ON - up to 40 letters/symbols
Data format
CSV file format (with read-only attribute set)
Two-instrument synchronization function
Functions
Operating mode
Synchronized items
Synchronization delay
Sends data from the connected slave instrument to the master instrument, which
performs calculations and displays the results.
In numerical synchronization mode, the master instrument operates as a power
meter with up to 12 channels.
In waveform synchronization mode, the master instrument operates while
synchronizing up to three channels from the slave instrument at the waveform level.
Apparent
power
Transfer items
1
1
M-1
2
X(i)s
S=0
X1(i) for harmonic voltage and current in the harmonic formula
Xpk+(i) = X(i)s
Xpk-(i) = X(i)s
P(i) =
M-1
S(i) =U(i)×I(i)
Max. value for M items
Min. value for M items
P(i)(i+1) = P(i)+P(i+1)
P123=P1+P2
P123 = P1+P2+P3
P456=P4+P5
P456 = P4+P5+P6
S(i)(i+1)=
S(i)(i+1)
3
2
=S(i)+S(i+1)
3
S123 = S1+S2+S3
3
S456 = S4+S5+S6
S123= 3 (S1+S2+S3)
(S(i)+S(i+1)) S456= 3 (S4+S5+S6)
Select rms / mn for U(i) and I(i) .
When connecting 3P3W3M and 3P4W, use phase voltage for voltage U(i) .
When connecting 3V3A, use line-to-line voltage for voltage U(i) .
2
2
si(i) S(i) -P(i)
Q(i)(i+1) = Q(i)+Q(i+1)
Q123=Q1+Q2
Q123=Q1+Q2+Q3
Q456=Q4+Q5
Q456=Q4+Q5+Q6
When selecting formula type 2
Reactive
power
Q(i) =
Q(i)(i+1) =
S(i) 2-P(i) 2
Q123= S123 2- P123 2 ,
S(i)(i+1) 2- P(i)(i+1) 2
Q456= S456 2- P456 2
- The polarity sign si for reactive power Q for formula type 1 and type 3 indicates leading and lagging polarity, [None] indicates lagging polarity (LAG),
and [-] indicates leading polarity (LEAD).
- For polarity sign si(i) , lead and lag for voltage waveform U(i)s and current waveform I(i)s are acquired for each measurement channel (i).
- When connecting 3P3W3M and 3P4W, use phase voltage for voltage waveform U(i)s . 3P3W3M: u1s = (U1s - U3s)/3 , u2s = (U2s - U1s)/3 , u3s = (U3s - U2s)/3
- There is no polarity sign when formula type 2 is selected.
When selecting formula type 1
(i)
Power factor
=si(i) PS(i)
(i)
(i)
(i)(i+1)
=si(i)(i+1) P(i)(i+1)
123
S(i)(i+1)
=si123 PS123
123
,
456
When selecting formula type 2
= PS(i)
(i)
(i)
(i)(i+1)
= PS(i)
(i)
= PS(i)(i+1)
(i)(i+1)
123
= PS123
123
,
456
= PS456
456
456
= PS456
456
When selecting formula type 3
(i)(i+1)
= PS(i)(i+1)
(i)(i+1)
123
= PS123
123
,
=si456 PS456
456
- The polarity sign si for power factor λ for formula type 1 indicates leading and lagging polarity, [None] indicates lagging polarity (LAG), and [-]
indicates leading polarity (LEAD).
-F
or polarity sign si(i) , lead and lag for voltage waveform U(i)s and current waveform I(i)s are acquired for each measurement channel (i) . si12 , si34 ,
and si123 are acquired from the signs for Q12 , Q34 , and Q123 .
- For formula type 3, the polarity sign for active power P is used.
When selecting formula type 1
(i)=si(i)cos-1
(i)
(i)(i+1) =si(i)(i+1)cos-1
123 =si123 cos
(i)(i+1)
-1
123
,
456 =si456 cos
-1
456
When selecting formula type 2
Power phase
angle
(i) =cos
-1
Voltage and
current ripple
factor
(i)
(i)(i+1) =cos
-1
123 = cos
(i)(i+1)
-1
456 = cos
123 ,
-1
456
When selecting formula type 3
(i) =cos
-1
(i)
(i)(i+1) =cos
-1
123 = cos
(i)(i+1)
-1
123
,
456 = cos
-1
456
-F
or formula type 1, the polarity sign si indicates leading and lagging polarity, [None] indicates lagging polarity (LAG), and [-] indicates leading polarity (LEAD).
- For polarity sign si(i) , lead and lag for voltage waveform U(i)s and current waveform I(i)s are acquired for each measurement channel (i) . si12 , si34 ,
and si123 are acquired from the signs for Q12 , Q34 , and Q123 .
-F
or formula type 3, the polarity sign for active power P is used.
- When calculating formula type 1 and type2, cos-1 |λ(i) | is used when P ≥ 0; |180-cos-1 |λ || is used when P < 0.
(Xpk+(i) - Xpk-(i))
×100
2× Xdc(i)
X : Voltage U or Current I ,
(i) : Measurement channel, M : Number of samples during synchronized timing period, s : Sample point number
Motor analysis formulae
Measurement
parameters
Setting
Formula
1
As
M S=0
M-1
Voltage
Pulse
frequency
Analog DC
M : Number of samples during synchronized timing period;
s : Sample point number
Pulse frequency
Pulse
1
As × scaling setting
M S=0
M-1
Analog DC
Torque
Frequency
M : Number of samples during synchronized timing period;
s : Sample point number
(Measurement frequency - fc setting) × rated torque value
fd setting
1
As × scaling setting
M S=0
M-1
Analog DC
M : Number of samples during synchronized timing period;
s : Sample point number
RPM
si
Pulse
Numerical synchronization mode Max. 20 µs
Waveform synchronization mode Up to 5 samples
Waveform synchronization mode Voltage/current sampling waveforms for up
to three channels (not including motor data).
However, the maximum number of channels
is limited to a total of six, including the master
instrument’s channels.
1
Xmn123 = 3 (Xmn1+ Xmn2+ Xmn3)
When selecting formula type 1 and type 3
Waveform synchronization mode Voltage/current sampling timing
Numerical synchronization mode Basic measurement parameters for up to six
channels (including motor data)
3P4W
Xmn456 = 3 (Xmn4+ Xmn5+ Xmn6)
Xdc(i) = M
Q(i) =
OFF / Numerical synchronization / Waveform synchronization
Numerical synchronization cannot be selected when the data update rate is 10 ms.
Waveform synchronization operates only when master device has more than 3
channels
Numerical synchronization mode Data update timing, start/stop/data reset
3P3W3M
1
Xrms123 = 3 (Xrms1+ Xrms2+Xrms3)
1
Xrms456 = 3 (Xrms4+ Xrms5+ Xrms6)
- When connecting 3P3W3M and 3P4W, use phase voltage for voltage waveform u(i)s . 3P3W3M: u1s = (U1s - U3s)/3 , u2s = (U2s - U1s)/3 , u3s = (U3s - U2s)/3
- When connecting 3V3A, use line-to-line voltage for voltage U(i) . (The same formula is used for 3P3W2M and 3V3A.)
- The polarity sign for active power P indicates the direction of current during power consumption (+P ) and power regeneration (-P ).
(4) Settings data
Functions
3V3A
Xac(i) = (Xrms(i) ) 2 - (Xdc(i) )
1
(3) Screenshots
The [COPY] key saves a screenshot to the save destination.
*This function can be used at an interval of 1 sec or more while automatic saving
is in progress.
3P3W2M
1
(X(i)s)2
M S=0
(2) Waveform data
(Within touch panel) Use Save Waveforms Button to save waveform data during
that session
Input comments for each set of saved data
*Cannot be operated when waveform data is invalid during storage and automatic saving
1P3W
Active power M S = 0(U(i)s × I(i)s )
Automatic save function
Functions
1P2W
Xrms(i)=
Motor power
Slip
60 × pulse frequency
Pulse count setting
The polarity sign si is acquired based on the A-phase pulse rising/falling
edge and the B-phase pulse logic level (high/low) when direction of
rotation detection is enabled in single mode.
Torque ×
2× ×RPM
60
× unit coefficient
The unit coefficient is 1 if the torque unit is N·m, 1/1000 if mN·m,
and 1000 if kN·m.
100×
2 × 60 × input frequency - RPM × pole number setting
2 × 60 × input frequency
The input frequency is selected from f1 to f6.
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General Specifications
Operating environment
Indoors at an elevation of up to 2000 m in a Pollution Level 2 environment
Storage temperature
and humidity
-10°C to 50°C, 80% RH or less (no condensation)
Operating temperature
and humidity
0°C to 40°C, 80% RH or less (no condensation)
Dielectric strength
50 Hz/60 Hz
5.4 kV rms AC for 1 min. (sensed current of 1 mA)
Between voltage input terminals and instrument enclosure, and between current
sensor input terminals and interfaces
1 kV rms AC for 1 min. (sensed current of 3 mA)
Between motor input terminals (Ch. A, Ch. B, Ch. C, and Ch. D) and the
instrument enclosure
Standards
Safety
EMC
Rated supply voltage
100 V AC to 240 V AC, 50 Hz/ 60 Hz
Maximum rated power
200 VA
EN61010
EN61326 Class A
Other functions
Clock function
Auto-calendar, automatic leap year detection, 24-hour clock
Actual time accuracy
When the instrument is on, ±100 ppm; when the instrument is off, within ±3 sec./day (25℃)
Sensor identification
Current sensors connected to Probe1 are automatically detected.
Zero-adjustment
function
After the AC/DC current sensor’s DEMAG signal is sent, zero-correction of the
voltage and current input offsets is performed.
Touch screen correction
Position calibration is performed for the touch screen.
Key lock
While the key lock is engaged, the key lock icon is displayed on the screen.
Rack mount support
External dimensions
Approx. 430 mm (16.93 in)W × 177 mm (6.97 in)H × 450 mm (17.72 in)D (excluding protruding parts)
Mass
Approx. 14 kg (49.4 oz) (PW6001-16)
Backup battery life
Approx. 10 years (reference value at 23°C)
(lithium battery that stores time and setting conditions)
Product warranty
period
1 year
Guaranteed accuracy
period
6 months (1-year accuracy = 6-month accuracy × 1.5)
Full rack size ideal for incorporation into test benches and product
inspection lines
Post-adjustment accuracy
6 months
guaranteed period
Accuracy guarantee
conditions
Accuracy guarantee temperature and humidity range: 23°C ±3°C, 80% RH or less
Warm-up time: 30 min. or more
Accessories
Instruction manual x 1, power cord x 1,
D-sub 25-pin connector × 1 (PW6001-1x only)
Current sensors
High-accuracy sensors: direct connection type (connect to Probe1 input terminal)
The newly developed DCCT method provides world-leading measurement bands and accuracy at a 50 A rating. Delivering a directcoupled type current testing tool that brings out the PW6001 POWER ANALYZER’s maximum potential. (A 5 A-rated version is also
available. Contact us for more information.)
Rated primary
current
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Cable length: 0.8 m (2.62 ft)
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Guaranteed accuracy range
1
100
1k
10 k
100 k
1M
10M
Frequency [Hz]
r
10
to
1
Shorter measurement wiring
minimizes noise effects due
to long wires
o
0
DC
10 MHz
/ 0.7 A
M
Maximum Input current [Arms]
5m
B
3.7 kg (130.5 oz)
01
1000 V (measurement category II), 600 V (measurement category III),
anticipated transient overvoltage: 6000 V
Wiring connection example 2 –
Introducing a new and innovative measuring method
Shorten the wiring for current measurement by installing the
PW9100 close to the measurement target. This will also keep the
effects of wiring resistance, capacity coupling and other objective
factors on the measured values to a minimum.
0
50 Hz/60 Hz: 120 dB or greater, 100 kHz: 120 dB or greater
(Effect on output voltage/common-mode voltage)
100
Full rack size for test/
evaluation bench
support
M
Temperature: 0°C to 40°C (32°F to 104°F),
Humidity: 80% R.H. or less (no condensation)
Mass
Derating
Characteristics
In
Dimensions
ry
Maximum voltage
to ground
±0.1% rdg. ±0.02% f.s.
±0.1% rdg. ±0.01% f.s.
±1% rdg. ±0.02% f.s.
±2% rdg. ±0.05% f.s.
±10% rdg. ±0.05% f.s.
-3 dB Typical
1.5 mΩ or less (50 Hz/60 Hz)
Operating
temperature range
e
Input resistance
tt
to 45 Hz:
to 1 kHz:
to 50 kHz:
to 100 kHz:
to 1 MHz:
3.5 MHz:
a
B
Basic accuracy
Effects of
common-mode
voltage (CMRR)
-04 l )
100 ode
9
PW4ch m
(
Terminal block (with safety cover), M6 screws
±0.02% rdg. ±0.005% f.s. (amplitude), ±0.1 ° (phase)
(At 45 ≤ f ≤ 65 Hz)
±0.02% rdg. ±0.007% f.s. (amplitude)
(At DC)
6
Measurement terminals
Frequency
response
(Amplitude)
01
DC to 3.5 MHz (-3 dB)
P
Frequency band
0
4 ch
Number of input
channels
6
3ch
External
Appearance
Wiring connection example 1 –
Existing direct-input connection method
For more reliable wideband high-accuracy
measurements.
Use as an alternative to existing directinput power meters.
Use two PW9100-03 devices (the 3 ch
models) for 6-channel measurements.
W
AC/DC CURRENT BOX
PW9100-04
P
AC/DC CURRENT BOX
PW9100-03
Output cable max. length 5
m (16.4 ft)*. Confirm distance
from measurement target
*Requires CT9902 EXTENSION CABLE
18
High-accuracy sensors: pull-through type (connect to Probe1 input terminal)
AC/DC CURRENT SENSOR
CT6862-05
AC/DC CURRENT SENSOR
CT6863-05
AC/DC CURRENT SENSOR
9709-05
AC/DC CURRENT SENSOR
CT6865-05
50 A AC/DC
DC to 1 MHz
200 A AC/DC
DC to 500 kHz
500 A AC/DC
DC to 100 kHz
1000 A AC/DC
DC to 20 kHz
Max.φ 24mm (0.94")
Max.φ 24 mm (0.94")
Max.φ 36 mm (1.42")
Max.φ 36 mm (1.42")
±0.05 % rdg.±0.01 % f.s. (amplitude)
±0.2° (phase, not defined for DC)
(At DC and 16 Hz to 400 Hz)
±0.05 % rdg.±0.01 % f.s. (amplitude)
±0.2° (phase, not defined for DC)
(At DC and 16 Hz to 400 Hz)
±0.05 % rdg.±0.01 % f.s. (amplitude)
±0.2° (phase, not defined for DC)
(At DC and 45 Hz to 66 Hz)
±0.05 % rdg.±0.01 % f.s. (amplitude)
±0.2° (phase, not defined for DC)
(At DC and 16 Hz to 66 Hz)
Model
Appearance
Rated primary current
Frequency band
Diameter of measurable
conductors
Basic accuracy
Dimensions
Mass
±0.1% rdg. ±0.02% f.s.
±0.2% rdg. ±0.02% f.s.
±1.0% rdg. ±0.02% f.s.
±2.0% rdg. ±0.05% f.s.
±30% rdg. ±0.05% f.s.
to 16 Hz:
400Hz to 1kHz:
to 10 kHz:
to 100 kHz:
to 500 kHz: -30°C to 85°C (-22°F to 185°F)
Within ±0.01% rdg.
(50 A, DC to 100 Hz)
10 mA equivalent or lower
(400 A/m, 60 Hz and DC)
±0.1% rdg. ±0.02% f.s.
±0.2% rdg. ±0.02% f.s.
±1.0% rdg. ±0.02% f.s.
±5.0% rdg. ±0.05% f.s.
±30% rdg. ±0.05% f.s.
to 45 Hz:
66 Hz to 500 Hz:
to 5 kHz:
to 10 kHz:
to 100 kHz: -30°C to 85°C (-22°F to 185°F)
Within ±0.01% rdg.
(100 A, DC to 100 Hz)
50 mA equivalent or lower
(400 A/m, 60 Hz and DC)
±0.2% rdg. ±0.02% f.s.
±0.2% rdg. ±0.02% f.s.
±0.5% rdg. ±0.05% f.s.
±5.0% rdg. ±0.10% f.s.
±30% rdg. ±0.10% f.s.
to 16 Hz:
66 Hz to 100 Hz:
to 500 Hz:
to 5 kHz:
to 20 kHz: 0°C to 50°C (32°F to 122°F)
Within ±0.05% rdg.
(DC 100 A)
50 mA equivalent or lower
(400 A/m, 60 Hz and DC)
±0.1% rdg. ±0.02% f.s.
±0.5% rdg. ±0.02% f.s.
±1.0% rdg. ±0.02% f.s.
±5.0% rdg. ±0.05% f.s.
±30% rdg. ±0.1% f.s.
-30°C to 85°C (-22°F to 185°F)
Within ±0.05% rdg.
(1000 A, 50/ 60 Hz)
200 mA equivalent or lower
(400 A/m, 60 Hz and DC)
CAT III 1000 V rms
CAT III 1000 V rms
CAT III 1000 V rms
CAT III 1000 V rms
70W (2.76”) × 100H (3.94”) × 53D (2.09”) mm
Cable length: 3 m (9.84 ft)
70W (2.76”) × 100H (3.94”) × 53D (2.09”) mm
Cable length: 3 m (9.84 ft)
160W (6.30”) × 112H (4.41”) × 50D (1.97”) mm
Cable length: 3 m (9.84 ft)
160W (6.30”) × 112H (4.41”) × 50D (1.97”) mm
Cable length: 3 m (9.84 ft)
340 g (12.0 oz.)
350 g (12.3 oz.)
Derating properties
Maximum input current [A]
Maximum input current [A]
100
80
60
40
20
0
DC
1
400
300
200
100
0
DC
10 100 1k 10k 100k 1M
Frequency [Hz]
850 g (30.0 oz.)
1
980 g (35.3 oz)
500
Maximum input current [A]
Operating Temperature
Effect of conductor
position
Effect of external
magnetic fields
Maximum rated
voltage to earth
to 16 Hz:
400Hz to 1kHz:
to 50 kHz:
to 100 kHz:
to 1 MHz: Maximum input current [A]
Frequency
characteristics
(Amplitude)
400
300
200
100
0
DC
10 100 1k 10k 100k 1M
Frequency [Hz]
1
10
100
1k
Frequency [Hz]
1200
1000
800
600
400
200
0
DC
10k 100k
1
10
100
1k
Frequency [Hz]
10k 100k
Custom cable lengths also available. Please inquire with your Hioki distributor.
High-accuracy sensors: clamp type (connect to Probe1 input terminal)
AC/DC CURRENT PROBE
CT6841-05
Model
AC/DC CURRENT PROBE
CT6843-05
AC/DC CURRENT PROBE
CT6844-05
AC/DC CURRENT PROBE
CT6845-05
AC/DC CURRENT PROBE
CT6846-05
1,000 A AC/DC
Appearance
20 A AC/DC
200 A AC/DC
500 A AC/DC
500 A AC/DC
DC to 1 MHz
DC to 500 kHz
DC to 200 kHz
DC to 100 kHz
DC to 20 kHz
Max.φ 20 mm (0.79")
(insulated conductor)
Max.φ 20 mm (0.79")
(insulated conductor)
Max.φ 20 mm (0.79”)
(insulated conductor)
Max.φ 50 mm (1.97”)
(insulated conductor)
Max.φ 50 mm (1.97”)
(insulated conductor)
Rated primary current
Frequency band
Diameter of measurable
conductors
Basic accuracy
±0.3% rdg. ±0.01% f.s. (amplitude) ±0.3% rdg. ±0.01% f.s. (amplitude) ±0.3% rdg. ±0.01% f.s. (amplitude) ±0.3% rdg. ±0.01% f.s. (amplitude) ±0.3% rdg. ±0.01% f.s. (amplitude)
±0.1° (phase)
±0.1° (phase)
±0.1° (phase)
±0.1° (phase)
±0.1° (phase)
(At DC < f ≤ 100 Hz)
(At DC < f ≤ 100 Hz)
(At DC < f ≤ 100 Hz)
(At DC < f ≤ 100 Hz)
(At DC < f ≤ 100 Hz)
±0.3% rdg. ±0.05% f.s. (amplitude) ±0.3% rdg. ±0.02% f.s.(amplitude) ±0.3% rdg. ±0.02% f.s. (amplitude) ±0.3% rdg. ±0.02% f.s. (amplitude) ±0.3% rdg. ±0.02% f.s. (amplitude)
(At DC)
(At DC)
(At DC)
(At DC)
(At DC)
Frequency
characteristics
(Amplitude)
to 500 Hz:
to 1 kHz:
to 10 kHz:
to 100 kHz:
to 1 MHz: to 500 Hz:
to 1 kHz:
to 10 kHz:
to 20 kHz:
to 100 kHz: ±0.3% rdg. ±0.02% f.s.
±0.5% rdg. ±0.02% f.s.
±1.5% rdg. ±0.02% f.s.
±5.0% rdg. ±0.02% f.s.
±30% rdg. ±0.05% f.s.
to 500 Hz:
to 1 kHz:
to 5 kHz:
to 10 kHz:
to 20 kHz: ±0.5% rdg. ±0.02% f.s.
±1.0% rdg. ±0.02% f.s.
±2.0% rdg. ±0.02% f.s.
±5.0% rdg. ±0.05% f.s.
±30% rdg. ±0.10% f.s.
-40°C to 85°C (-40°F to 185°F)
-40°C to 85°C (-40°F to 185°F) -40°C to 85°C (-40°F to 185°F) -40°C to 85°C (-40°F to 185°F) -40°C to 85°C (-40°F to 185°F)
Within ±0.1% rdg.
(At 20 A, DC to 100 Hz input)
50 mA equivalent or lower
(400 A/m, 60 Hz and DC)
Within ±0.1% rdg.
(At 100 A, DC to 100 Hz input)
50 mA equivalent or lower
(400 A/m, 60 Hz and DC)
Within ±0.1% rdg.
(At 100 A, DC to 100 Hz input)
100 mA equivalent or lower
(400 A/m, 60 Hz and DC)
Within ±0.2% rdg.
(At 100 A, DC to 100 Hz input)
150 mA equivalent or lower
(400 A/m, 60 Hz and DC)
Within ±0.2% rdg.
(At 1000A, 50/ 60 Hz input)
150 mA equivalent or lower
(400 A/m, 60 Hz and DC)
153W (6.02”) × 67H (2.64”) ×
25D (0.98”) mm
Cable length: 3 m (9.84 ft)
153W (6.02”) × 67H (2.64”) ×
25D (0.98”) mm
Cable length: 3 m (9.84 ft)
153 (6.02”) W × 67 (2.64”) H ×
25 (0.98”) D mm
Cable length: 3 m (9.84 ft)
238 (9.37”) W × 116 (4.57”) H
× 35 (1.38”) D mm
Cable length: 3 m (9.84 ft)
238 (9.37”) W × 116 (4.57”) H
× 35 (1.38”) D mm
Cable length: 3 m (9.84 ft)
350 g (12.3 oz)
370 g (13.1 oz)
400 g (14.1 oz)
860 g (30.3 oz)
990 g (34.9)
TA: Ambient temperature
Maximum Input current [Arms]
50
40
30
-40℃ ≤ TA ≤ 60°C
60℃ < TA ≤ 85°C
20
10
0
DC
1
10 100 1k 10k 100k 1M
Frequency [Hz]
300
200
-40℃ ≤ TA ≤ 40°C
40℃ < TA ≤ 60°C
60℃ < TA ≤ 85°C
100
0
DC
DC720A
TA: Ambient temperature
500
400
1
10 100 1k 10k 100k 1M
Frequency [Hz]
TA: Ambient temperature
500
100
20
10
DC
1
10 100 1k 10k 100k 1M
Frequency [Hz]
1k
500
100
-40°C (-40°F) ≤ TA ≤ 60°C (140°F)
-40°C (-40°F) ≤ TA ≤ 85°C (185°F)
20
10
DC
DC1.7kA
TA: Ambient temperature
1.2k
1k
1
10
100
1k
Frequency [Hz]
10k
100k
Maximum Input current [Arms]
Mass
Derating properties
±0.3% rdg. ±0.02% f.s.
±0.5% rdg. ±0.02% f.s.
±1.5% rdg. ±0.02% f.s.
±5.0% rdg. ±0.02% f.s.
±30% rdg. ±0.05% f.s.
Maximum Input current [Arms]
Dimensions
to 500 Hz:
to 1 kHz:
to 10 kHz:
to 50 kHz:
to 200 kHz: Maximum Input current [Arms]
Effect of external
magnetic fields
to 500 Hz: ±0.3% rdg. ±0.02% f.s.
to 1 kHz: ±0.5% rdg. ±0.02% f.s.
to 10 kHz: ±1.5% rdg. ±0.02% f.s.
to 50 kHz: ±5.0% rdg. ±0.02% f.s.
to 500 kHz: ±30% rdg. ±0.05% f.s.
Maximum Input current [Arms]
Operating Temperature
Effect of conductor
position
±0.3% rdg. ±0.02% f.s.
±0.5% rdg. ±0.02% f.s.
±1.5% rdg. ±0.02% f.s.
±5.0% rdg. ±0.05% f.s.
±30% rdg. ±0.05% f.s.
100
-40°C (-40°F) ≤ TA ≤ 40°C (104°F)
-40°C (-40°F) ≤ TA ≤ 60°C (140°F)
-40°C (-40°F) ≤ TA ≤ 85°C (185°F)
50
10
DC
1
10
100
1k
Frequency [Hz]
10k
100k
Custom cable lengths also available. Please inquire with your Hioki distributor.
19
Wide-band probes (connect to Probe2 input terminal)
CLAMP ON PROBE
3273-50
CLAMP ON PROBE
3274
CLAMP ON PROBE
3275
CLAMP ON PROBE
3276
30 A AC/DC
150 A AC/DC
500 A AC/DC
30 A AC/DC
Frequency band
DC to 50 MHz (-3 dB)
DC to 10 MHz (-3 dB)
DC to 2 MHz (-3 dB)
DC to 100 MHz (-3 dB)
Diameter of
measurable
conductors
Max.φ 5 mm (0.20”)
(insulated conductors)
Max.φ 20 mm (0.79”)
(insulated conductors)
Max.φ 20 mm (0.79”)
(insulated conductors)
Max.φ 5 mm (0.20”)
(insulated conductors)
0 to 30 A rms ±1.0% rdg. ±1 mV
30 A rms to 50 A peak ±2.0% rdg.
(At DC and 45 to 66 Hz)
0 to 150 A rms ±1.0% rdg. ±1 mV
150 A rms to 300 A peak ±2.0% rdg.
(At DC and 45 to 66 Hz)
0 to 500 A rms ±1.0% rdg. ±5 mV
500 A rms to 700 A peak ±2.0% rdg.
(At DC and 45 to 66 Hz)
0 to 30 A rms ±1.0% rdg. ±1 mV
30 A rms to 50 A peak ±2.0% rdg.
(At DC and 45 to 66 Hz)
0℃ to 40℃ (32°F to 104°F)
0℃ to 40℃ (32°F to 104°F)
0℃ to 40℃ (32°F to 104°F)
0℃ to 40℃ (32°F to 104°F)
20 mA equivalent or lower
(400 A/m, 60 Hz and DC)
150 mA equivalent or lower
(400 A/m, 60 Hz and DC)
400 mA equivalent or lower
(400 A/m, 60 Hz and DC)
400 mA equivalent or lower
(400 A/m, 60 Hz and DC)
175W (6.89”) × 18H(0.71”) × 40D (1.57”) mm
Cable length: 1.5 m
176W (6.93”) × 69H (2.72”) × 27D(1.06”) mm
Cable length: 2 m
176W (6.93”) × 69H (2.72”) × 27D(1.06”) mm
Cable length: 2 m
175W (6.89”) × 18H(0.71”) × 40D (1.57”) mm
Cable length: 1.5 m
230 g (8.1 oz)
500 g (17.6 oz)
520 g (18.3 oz)
240 g (8.5 oz)
Model
Basic accuracy
Operating
temperature
Effect of external
magnetic fields
Dimensions
Mass
Derating
properties
Maximum input current [A]
Maximum input current [A]
30
25
20
15
10
5
0
10
100
150
100
50
0
10
1k 10k 100k 1M 10M 100M
Frequency [Hz]
100
1k
10k 100k
Frequency [Hz]
1M
10M
CURRENT PROBE
CT6700
CURRENT PROBE
CT6701
5 Arms AC/DC
5 Arms AC/DC
Frequency band
DC to 50 MHz (-3 dB)
DC to 120 MHz (-3 dB)
Diameter of
measurable
conductors
Max.φ 5 mm (0.20”)
(insulated conductors)
Max.φ 5 mm (0.20”)
(insulated conductors)
typical ±1.0% rdg. ±1 mV
±3.0% rdg. ±1 mV
(At DC and 45 to 66 Hz)
typical ±1.0% rdg. ±1 mV
±3.0% rdg. ±1 mV
(At DC and 45 to 66 Hz)
0℃ to 40℃ (32°F to 104°F)
0℃ to 40℃ (32°F to 104°F)
20 mA equivalent or lower
(400 A/m, 60 Hz and DC)
5 mA equivalent or lower
(400 A/m, 60 Hz and DC)
155W (6.10”) × 18H(0.71”) × 26D (1.02”) mm
Cable length: 1.5 m
155W (6.10”) × 18H(0.71”) × 26D (1.02”) mm
Cable length: 1.5 m
250 g (8.8 oz)
250 g (8.8 oz)
Model
500
Maximum input current [A]
Rated primary
current
Maximum input current [A]
Appearance
100
0
10
100
1k
10k 100k
Frequency [Hz]
1M
10M
30
25
20
15
10
5
0
10
100
1k 10k 100k 1M 10M 100M
Frequency [Hz]
Sensor switching method
Appearance
Rated primary
current
Basic accuracy
Operating
temperature
Effects of
external
magnetic fields
Dimensions
6
6
5
5
Maximum input current [A]
Derating
properties
Maximum input current [A]
Mass
4
3
2
1
0
100
1k
10k 100k 1M 10M 100M 1G
Frequency [Hz]
High accuracy sensor terminal: Slide the cover to the left.
When connecting
CT6862-05, CT6863-05, 9709-05, CT6865-05,
CT6841-05, CT6843-05, CT6844-05, CT6845-05,
CT6846-05, PW9100-03, PW9100-04
4
3
2
1
0
100
1k
10k 100k 1M 10M 100M 1G
Frequency [Hz]
Wideband probe terminal: Slide the cover to the right.
When connecting
3273-50, 3274, 3275, 3276, CT6700 or CT6701
Model: POWER ANALYZER PW6001
Model No. (Order Code)
Number of built-in channels
Motor Analysis & D/A Output
PW6001-02
2ch
—
PW6001-01
1ch
PW6001-03
—
3ch
PW6001-04
4ch
PW6001-06
6ch
PW6001-12
2ch
PW6001-05
—
—
5ch
PW6001-11
—
—
1ch
PW6001-13
3
3
3ch
PW6001-14
4ch
PW6001-16
6ch
PW6001-15
3
3
5ch
3
3
Accessories: Instruction manual × 1, power cord × 1, D-sub 25-pin connector (PW6001-11 to -16 only) × 1
PW6001-16 (with 6 channels and Motor Analysis & D/A Output
- The optional voltage cord and current sensor are required for taking measurements.
- S pecify the number of built-in channels and inclusion of Motor Analysis & D/A Output upon order for factory
installation. These options cannot be changed or added at a later date.
Current measurement options
Model
Model No. (Order Code)
AC/DC CURRENT SENSOR
CT6863-05
(200A)
AC/DC CURRENT SENSOR
9709-05
(500A)
AC/DC CURRENT SENSOR
CT6865-05
(1000A)
AC/DC CURRENT PROBE
CT6841-05
(20A)
AC/DC CURRENT PROBE
CT6843-05
(200A)
AC/DC CURRENT PROBE
CT6844-05
(500 A, φ20 mm)
AC/DC CURRENT PROBE
CT6845-05
(500 A, φ50 mm)
AC/DC CURRENT PROBE
CT6846-05
(1000 A)
AC/DC CURRENT BOX
PW9100-03
(50 A, 3 ch)
AC/DC CURRENT BOX
PW9100-04
(50 A, 4 ch)
AC/DC CURRENT SENSOR
Voltage measurement options
VOLTAGE CORD L9438-50
Note
CT6862-05
(50A)
(30A)
3274
(150A)
3275
(500A)
CURRENT PROBE
CT6700
(5A)
CLAMP ON PROBE
CURRENT PROBE
3276
(30A)
CT6701
(5A)
CONVERSION CABLE CT9900
HIOKI PL23 (10 pin) to HIOKI ME15W (12 pin) connector
For use with CT6862, CT6863, 9709, CT6865, CT6841, CT6843.
When using a sensor without “-05” in the model name, Conversion
Cable CT9900 must be used to make the connection.
SENSOR UNIT CT9557
Merges up to four current sensor output waveforms on a
single channel, for output to PW6001.
GRABBER CLIP 9243
CATⅣ 600V
CATⅢ 1000V
1000 V specifications, Red/ Yellow/
Blue/ Gray each 1, Black 4, Alligator
clip ×8, 3m (9.84ft) length
Attaches to the tip of the banana
plug cable, Red/ Black: 1 each,
196 mm (7.72 in) length, CAT III
1000 V
Other
LAN CABLE 9642
For motor signal input, cord has
insulated BNC connectors at
both ends, 1.6 m (5.25 ft) length
Straight Ethernet cable, supplied
with straight to cross conversion
adapter, 5 m (16.41 ft) length
GP-IB CONNECTOR CABLE
9151-02
CONNECTION CABLE
9444
2m (6.56 ft) length
Note
3273-50
CLAMP ON PROBE
Connection options
CONNECTION CORD L9217
Model No. (Order Code)
CLAMP ON PROBE
VOLTAGE CORD L1000
CATⅣ 600V
CATⅢ 1000V
1000 V specifications,
Black/ Red, 3 m (9.84 ft)
length, Alligator clip ×2
Model
CLAMP ON PROBE
For external control interface, 9 pin 9 pin straight, 1.5 m (4.92 ft) length
RS-232C CABLE 9637
For the PC, 9 pins - 9 pins,
cross, 1.8m (5.91 ft) length
OPTICAL CONNECTION CABLE
L6000
For synchronized control, 50/125 μm
wavelength multimode fiber, 10 m
(32.81 ft) length
The following made-to-order items are also available.
Please contact your Hioki distributor or subsidiary for more
information.
- Carrying case (hard trunk, with casters)
- D/A output cable, D-sub 25-pin-BNC (male), 20 ch conversion
- Bluetooth® serial converter adapter cable 1 m (3.28 ft)
- Rackmount fittings (EIA, JIS)
-O
ptical connection cable, Max. 500 m (1640.55 ft) length
- PW9100 5 A rating version
-2
000A pull-through type sensor (DC to 5 kHz, φ80 mm)
2000A pull-through type sensor
Carrying case
Note: Company names and Product names appearing in this catalog are trademarks or registered trademarks of various companies.
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