April 13, 2006

Automated setups provide instant detection of circuit types and configurations, ensuring that the instrument is ready to successfully collect data. The PowerGuide collects data at 256 samples/cycle/channel for both voltage and current and offers remote communications using the RS-232, Ethernet or USB options.

Standard features with the PowerGuide 4400 include the unique annunciator “report card,” which provides instant power quality answers in the field by collecting and color-coding categories to quickly identify areas of concern.

Data can be viewed in real time using scope mode, meter mode, event mode, harmonics spectrum or phasor diagrams. Data is captured on a memory card for analysis, trending, visualization and reporting using industry-leading DRAN-VIEW® software. The instrument includes AnswerModules®, proprietary algorithms that convert raw power quality event data into precise answers to determine the source and cause of the disturbance.

The PowerGuide4400 is UL and CE compliant and meets IEC standards.# Eight channels, 4 voltage & 4 current # Intuitive color touch screen # Light weight – Less than 4 pounds, 2 kg – with rugged rubber boot # AC/DC applications # Automated setups for “out of the box” instrument readiness # Unique “report card” annunciator that instantly characterizes events # Samples at 256 samples/cycle # Independent voltage & current triggering, cross triggering # Capture of low-medium frequency transients # THD/harmonic spectrum and TID/interharmonics spectrum to the 63rd # Remote communications—RS-232, Ethernet or USB # Battery or AC mode # Built in UPS battery with external charger # Expanded memory up to 256 MB # Available languages – English, Spanish, French, German, Italian, Swedish, Finnish, Chinese, Japanese, Korean # DRAN-VIEW enabled (Windows NT, 98, ME, 2000, XP) # Measures flicker according to IEC 61000-4-15 # Measures wide range of parameters, including crest factor, K factor, transformer derating factor and telephone interference factor # Complies with IEEE 1159, IEC 61000-4-30 Class A and EN50160