Everett, Wash. – The Fluke® 430 Series II Three-Phase Power Quality Analyzers have been named the EC&M 2012 Silver Product of the Year. The Silver winner is chosen by the readers of EC&M from the Product of the Year category winners, which were announced in March. The 430 Series II was named a category winner in the portable measurement equipment category.
The EC&M Product of the Year competition was established in 2000 to honor excellence in new product development in the electrical industry. In 2012, EC&M received 129 entries in 31 categories, which were evaluated carefully by a panel of 10 judges representing electrical professionals from the engineering, contracting, and facilities and maintenance industries. From the category winners, EC&M subscribers voted to determine the 2012 Product of the Year Platinum, Gold, and Silver winners.
The Fluke 430 Series II Power Quality Analyzers
The Fluke 430 Series II are the first tools to use a patented algorithm to measure energy waste and quantify its cost. They help facilities reduce electrical power consumption and improve the performance and lifespan of electro-mechanical equipment by providing the ROI justification to mitigate power quality distortion. With the new, patented Unified Power function of the 430 Series II, electricians, utility technicians, electrical engineers, field service technicians, and energy consultants can automatically determine how much power is being wasted and calculate exactly what the extra consumption costs with a single handheld tool.
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Founded in 1948, Fluke Corporation is the world leader in compact, professional electronic test tools. Fluke customers are technicians, engineers, electricians, and metrologists who install, troubleshoot and manage industrial, electrical and electronic equipment and calibration processes.