With PowerWatch 220/240V Voltage data logger you can monitor and record voltage disturbance information from any 220/240V power receptacle.
Just set up your pre-determined disturbance threshold values or use the industry standard default values and plug it in. No wiring or dangerous connections are required.
Auditing medical instrumentation, point-of-sale terminals, computer servers, and other sensitive electronic equipment.
PWV-100 EventReader software package
This powerful and easy-to-use power quality analysis software application is developed exclusively for ACR’s PowerWatch
Voltage Disturbance Recorder. With no programming hassles or complex menus, setup and downloading occurs in seconds.
The following setup information is displayed in EventReader Software; voltage disturbance threshold values, site descriptions, filename, start and stop date and time, and the recorder’s serial number. Configure the threshold values for each voltage disturbance type and frequency or use the industry standard default values.
EVENT DISTRIBUTION GRAPH
The Event Distribution Graph plots the magnitude of events against duration on a logarithmic scale, allowing you to determine the importance of the data (a single random event may not be as important as a cluster of events). All 4,000 events can be plotted on this graph. Graph hot-to-neutral or neutral-to-ground events or show both in different colors. The CBEMA Curve can be used to determine the importance of each event.
STATISTICAL ANALYSIS (Quick Summary)
A large number of events can be quickly analyzed by using the Quick Summary option. Quick Summary totals all the surge, sag and impulse events and displays all of their occurences individually in a bar graph format. This format helps determine power quality trends quickly and effectively.
DETAILED SITE REPORTS
Detailed site reports are displayed for every voltage disturbance event
recorded from the PowerWatch including:
- Hot-to-Neutral and/or Neutral-to-Ground Surges
- Hot-to-Neutral and/or Neutral-to-Ground Sags
- Hot-to-Neutral and/or Neutral-to-Ground Impulses
- Frequency Variations