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Electrical Power Analyzer

Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:

  1. Understand the electrical power analyzer measurements
  2. Know instantaneous and recording data of power analyzer
  3. Know power quality is and why it is important to your facility.
  4. Understand power quality impacts your electrical system and equipment.
  5. Learn properly and safely measure power factor and power quality factors.
  6. Read various power analyzer  outputs, charts, graphs and reports.
  7. Troubleshoot and diagnose power analyzer problems.
  8. Use measuring instrument to address all power quality needs.


Day 1:

Electrical Refresher

  • Introduction
  • Electrical Fundamentals
  • Electrical Measurements
  • Connection  the different electrical measurments
  • Safety

Understanding Power Analyzer & Power Quality

  • What it is
  • Why it is Important
  • How it is measured
  • Cause and Effect

Day 2:

Diagnosing Power Quality Problems

  • Troubleshooting Overview
  • Symptoms of Power Quality Problems
  • Power outages
  • Tripping circuit breakers and ASDs
  • High utility bills
  • Flickering lights
  • Equipment running noisy and hot
  • Premature equipment failure
  • Poor performance & unexpected shutdowns
  • Lost data in electronics

Day 3:

Understanding Common Power Quality Disturbances

  • Causes and Fixes
  • Voltage dips & swells
  • Transients
  • Noise interference
  • Harmonic distortion
  • Under / over voltage or current
  • Voltage unbalance

Using the Power Analyzer to Identify Power Quality Problems

  • Understand the user interface and how to setup the tool
  • Setup
  • Function preferences
  • Parameters for each testing mode
  • User preferences
  • Set general operation parameters of the 435
    • Use the Scope mode
    • Use detail zoom and cursors to analyze while recording continues
    • Capture Dips & Swells
    • Measure harmonics (voltage, current, and power harmonics up to the 50th)

Day 4:


  • Make Power & Energy measurements
    • Real Power (kW)
    • Apparent Power (kVA)
    • Reactive Power (kVAR)
    • Power Factor (W/VA) and DPF (cos Phi)
  • Monitor energy use
  • Measure Flicker including short and long term severity
  • Measure Unbalance
  • Capture Transients
  • Measure Inrush
  • Use Mains Signaling
  • Set up and use Logger and PowerLog
  • Use the Report Generator


Day 5:

Power Quality Analyzer ( PQA ) Applications

  • Frontline troubleshooting - quickly diagnose problems on-screen to get your operation back online
  • Predictive maintenance - detect and prevent power quality issues before they cause downtime
  • Quality of service compliance - validate incoming power quality at the service entrance
  • Long-term analysis - uncover hard-to-find or intermittent issues
  • Load studies - verify electrical system capacity before adding loads
  • Energy assessments - quantify energy consumption before and after improvements to justify energy saving devices

Who Should Attend

This course is designed for anyone who is responsible for electrical system installation, maintenance and troubleshooting in commercial and industrial facilities

  • Plant Electricians “Engineers & Technicians”
  • All Building Maintenance Personnel
  • All Plant & Facility Maintenance Personnel
  • Building Engineers
  • Plant & Facility Managers
  • Apprentice and Experienced HVAC Technicians
  • Energy Management Personnel
  • Electrical Contractors
  • Any Technician needing to develop Multi-Craft Skills


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