High-end class A PQ analyzer and data logger for industrial application, 0.2S sub-meter, CATIII/300V, color graphic display option, optional inputs and outputs, din rail mounted, 6 modules
The ARTIQ 235 is specially designed for high-end energy management systems and to record and analyze the power quality in industrial and residential power systems. This high-end instrument with various communication options is suitable for a wide spectrum of automation tasks in modern buildings, smart factory and smart grids, to monitor distributed power generation and remote supervision of the infrastructure and also to monitor a remote load management. With a proper firmware module it can be used to collect and store data from attached slave units.
It can optionally monitor power quality (with PQ-A module - inter-harmonics, flicker, voltage events), record transients (with GO module) and the ripple control signals (RCS module).
- three measuring voltage inputs with wide range
- four current inputs for 5A or 1A secondary CTs, more than 200% linearity range
- special input for precise residual current monitoring
- digital inputs / outputs
- High precision of measurement - cl. 0.2S (active), cl. 1 (reactive), class A power quality, 28kHz sampling rate
- precision classes for measured quantities specified according to 61557-12
- supports both low and high voltage applications (direct or VT connection)
- measurement and recording of slow transients in main archive, fast transients are optional
- optional Modbus master archive recording data from connected Modbus RTU slaves
- Extended set of conditions and control actions in the IO programming section
- 512MB internal memory for periodical recording, automatic meter readings, power quality datasets etc.
- aggregation interval from 40 milliseconds to 2 hours
- measurement of harmonic phasors (amplitude, phase)
- advanced time synchronization options: NMEA, PPS, PPM, ...
- optional firmware modules - power quality, Modbus master, ripple-control signal, Ethernet-serial, supra-harmonics and transient recorder(oscillograms)
- local USB, remote RS 485 and fast Ethernet communication
- evaluation of total harmonic distortion (THD), up to 128 harmonics from 0 to 2.5 kHz and supra-harmonics from 2 to 9 kHz
- pulse outputs and programmable alarm relays, digital, pulse and analog inputs, pt100 temperature and other interfaces
- remote RS 485 and fast Ethernet communication