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Using Power Analyzer Power electronics lab has Fluke Power Analyzer. That is a device, to measure three phase voltages and currents at the same time, and analyze them. It can draw phasor diagrams, shows phase differences of each channel to another. Using that analyzer, it is easy to study three phase circuits, and observe relations between phase and voltages of each phase. It also serves measuring distortions, and data log for given period of time, but those are out of topic for using it in 202 labs. That device is designed for high power application, so its current probes are capable of 300A. That means measuring several amperes is not possible with its own probes. Therefore, i30s current probes should be used; however, connecting those probes is not enough to use. Those probes should be configured in the analyzer. The steps to do it given below: 1. Open the analyzer 2. An intro screen should appear. 3. To configure i30s current probes, press SETUP button.
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