Extensive measurement capabilities in a compact package
The PW3360-20 is 43% smaller by volume than similar HIOKI power meters currently in its product line ( Model 3169) yet it is capable of recording power variations over extended periods of time despite its compact size. Used with a genuine HIOKI SD card, it can record up to one year of measurements at one-minute intervals. It is designed primarily for use in applications involving the verification of energy-saving results.
The instrument’ s compact size allows it to be installed in confined spaces inside electrical panels, and its broad operating temperature range of -10° C to 50° C enables measurement in harsh environments. It can measure systems ranging from single-phase lines to three-phase/ four-wire, 400 V lines.
Quick Set navigator, a feature designed to help prevent measurement mistakes
To measure power at a high level of reliability, it is necessary to properly configure settings and connect the instrument to the circuit being measured. The PW3360-20’ s Quick Set function provides instructions for configuring settings, connecting the instrument, checking connections, and starting recording, all in a series of easy-to-understand steps. In this way, the instrument eliminates mistaken settings and connections and offers robust support for reliable measurement. The ability to display color-coded three-phase connection and vector diagrams on its color display makes it easy to visualize the measurement circuit at a glance.
Leak current measurement and pulse input for expanded capabilities
Used with an optional clamp leak sensor, Model PW3360-20 can also be used to measure leak current. If a clamp leak sensor is used in combination with a power measurement clamp sensor, the power logger can record power and test for electricity leaks at the same time. In addition, to support energy-saving programs at manufacturing plants, power consumption per unit of production is managed based on production volume and power data; the PW3360-20 accepts pulse input for tracking production volume count information, allowing it to simultaneously record power and pulse count data.
Continuous operation, even in settings where AC power is unavailable
When making measurements in a setting such as an electrical substation, AC power may not be available. By using the optional PW9002 Battery Set, the PW3360-20 can operate on battery power for approximately eight hours. Additionally, the PW9003 Power Supply Adapter can be used to draw power from the measurement lines, facilitating continuous power measurement.