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Energy

Energy measurement tools help determine energy uses and trends within a building. Analyzing these energy systems and behaviors assist in designing more efficient energy and power systems, bench-marking the performance of existing systems, and detecting any faults and anomalies within current systems. Proper energy management will help reduce a building’s Energy Usage Index (EUI), and reduce utility bills.

ElitePro, Standard Memory (512K) Energy Logger

Measures: 
Volts, Amps, kW, kVAR, kVA, and Power Factor Maximum, Minimum, Average, (All Parameters) also kWh, kVARh, kVAh, Ah

The ELITEpro is a complete solution to pinpoint electric usage and quantify consumption by measuring, storing, and analyzing Volts, Amps, Watts, Volt-Amps (VA), Volt-Amps reactive (VAR), Kilowatts (kW), Kilowatt Hours (kWh), Power Factor and harmonics; up to 144 different parameters The ELITEpro also offers some power quality features such as the ability to view voltage, current and power waveforms in real-time when connected to a PC. The ELITEpro can be mounted anywhere and is available with a optional NEMA 4 rated enclosure.

Sensor Range (Accuracy): 
Better Than 1% (<0.5% typical) for V, A, kW, kVAR, kVA, PF exclusive of sensor error.
Compatible Tools: 
Current Transformers
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Fluke Energy Logger

Measures: 
voltage, current, power, power factor and associated values enable energy saving strategies to be implemented

The Fluke 1730 Three-Phase Electrical Energy Logger introduces a new simplicity to discovering sources of electrical energy waste. Energy logger has a 600 V CAT IV/1000 V CAT III safety rating and can directly download data from the instrument to a USB stick or store more logging sessions.
Discover when and where energy is being consumed in your facility, from the service entrance to the individual circuits.
Compare multiple data points over time
Quickly understand specific points of energy loss, reduce energy bills more easily.

Sensor Range (Accuracy): 
See attached pdf page 3 for more details about sensor range and accuracy.
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Fluke 43B Handheld Power Quality Analyzer

Measures: 
Power and power quality

The Fluke 43B Power Quality Analyzer performs the measurements you need to maintain power systems, troubleshoot power problems and diagnose equipment failures. All in a rugged handheld package. Combines the most useful capabilities of a power quality analyzer, Multimeter and scope. Calculates 3-phase power on balanced loads, from a single-phase measurement. Measures power harmonics, and captures voltage sags, transients and inrush current.

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Dent ElitePro XC Power Meter

The ELITEpro SP is a powerful and versatile tool for pinpointing electric usage and quantifying energy usage. It is capable of measuring, storing, and analyzing consumption data including Volts, Amps, Watts, Volt-Amps (VA), Volt-Amps reactive (VAR), Kilowatts (kW), Kilowatt Hours (kWh), KVAh, kVARh, and Power Factor of an electrical load or an entire building. The ELITEpro SP also offers some power quality features such as the ability to view in real-time voltage, current, and power waveforms and calculate harmonics to the 63rd order.

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Dwyer Portable Analog Signal Generator

Measures: 
Troubleshooting transmitters, transducers and actuators.

The Model ASG is a handheld analog signal generator. It generates a 0-10 VDC signal in increments of 1V or a 0-20 mA signal in increments of 2 mA. The LED bar graph visually indicates analog signal level. It can also continuously ramp to user-defined minimum or maximum values with user-defined ramp-time settings. See attachment for additional information.

Sensor Range (Accuracy): 
Current- 0.5% FS or 0.1 mA Voltage- 0.5% FS or 0.05 VDC Current-2mA Voltage-1VDC
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Circuit Breaker Finder

This Automatic Circuit Identifier comes with a digital receiver and a 120-volt-240-volt GFCI receptacle tester. Now you have a unit that automatically indicates the right breaker for quick and easy breaker identification and plus verifies the presence of power. It works on 120-volt-240-volt circuits. A noncontact voltage sensor is included. The GFCI receptacle tester is a part of this kit as well and verifies proper wiring. See attachments for additional information.

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WattNode Pulse Output kWh Transducer

The WattNode offers precision energy and power measurements. The WattNode enables you to make precise power and energy measurements from within existing electric service panels. The WattNode is designed for use in demand side management (DSM), sub-metering, and energy monitoring applications. The WattNode outputs a stream of pulses whose frequency is proportional to the instantaneous power and whose count is proportional to total watt-hours. See attachments for additional information.

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WattNode Pulse Output kWh Transducer

The WattNode offers precision energy and power measurements. The WattNode enables you to make precise power and energy measurements from within existing electric service panels. The WattNode is designed for use in demand side management (DSM), sub-metering, and energy monitoring applications. The WattNode outputs a stream of pulses whose frequency is proportional to the instantaneous power and whose count is proportional to total watt-hours. See attachments for additional information.

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