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Advanced Test Equipment Press Release - September 21, 2010

ATER Power Quality Analyzers Meet International Standards
and Help Cut Back on Electric Consumption

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ATER Power Quality Analyzers
San Diego, Calif. – September 21, 2010 – Advanced Test Equipment Rentals (ATEC), a leading provider of electronic test and measurement equipment rentals, carries a wide range of handheld power quality analyzers, from manufacturers such as Fluke, Dranetz and AEMC. Industrial and facility managers, technicians and electrical contractors use power quality analyzers for troubleshooting timing issues, verify power distribution, monitor phase unbalances, measure and record power system quality, determine voltage measurement compliance and more.

Basic handheld power quality analyzer’s like the Fluke 1735, Yokogawa CW240 or AEMC 8335 are used to record simple measurements and for short-term troubleshooting. The AEMC 8335 PowerPad 3-Phase Power Quality Analyzer is intended for technicians and engineers to measure and carry out diagnostic work and power quality work on one, two or three phase low voltage networks.

Meanwhile, the Fluke 435 and Dranetz PowerXplorer™ PX5 are designed to meet international power quality standards such as IEEE 1159 and IEC 61000-4-30 for accuracy and measurement requirements. Both perform measurements for 50/60 Hz power frequency systems. Also available is the PX5-400, which is used in aerospace and military & defense applications and other systems operating at 400 Hz. This portable handheld analyzer, for example, can be used in the field to validate or troubleshoot the electrical system within a military fighter plane.

To learn more about the operation of these power quality analyzers, please visit ATEC’s media section at http://www.atecorp.com/media/ or our YouTube channel to view simple how-to-videos. Advanced Test Equipment Rentals’ complete equipment catalog is available online at http://www.atecorp.com, which includes our extensive inventory of equipment for a wide range of applications.



About Advanced Test Equipment Rentals
Advanced Test Equipment Rentals is a provider of test equipment for EMC, Defense, Communications, Aerospace and related industries. Headquartered in San Diego, California, Advanced Test Equipment Rentals has over 29 years of experience and ships worldwide. Additional information about Advanced Test Equipment Rentals is available at http://www.atecorp.com.



Contact

Advanced Test Equipment
(888) 485-ATEC (2832)
www.atecorp.com
Rentals@atecorp.com







Date posted - 10/12/2010
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