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The (Newtons4th) N4L PPA5500-TE series power analyzer is a special version of the PPA-5500 series. The letters TE stand for Transformer Edition. A Power Analyzer that has been developed specifically for the transformer market. This is reflected in a number of very specific specifications.
The basic accuracy is 0.15% with a power factor from 1 to 0.5: not impressive. However, at a power factor of 0.02 to 0.01, this is still 0.55%. Which is extremely accurate at such a low power factor value.
These accuracies can only be achieved if an extremely good phase measurement is possible between voltage and current. And this is just one of Newtons4th’s specialities. The phase meter has an accuracy of 0.003 degrees: unique in this market.
A number of other specifications are: a voltage range from 300mVpk to 3000Vhp (1000Vrms) in 9 ranges and via the built-in shunt a current from 100mA to 300Apk (30Arms) via 9 ranges.
Open the datasheet for detailed specifications of this product.
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