How to use wireless tools to determine current unbalance

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How to use wireless tools to determine current unbalance

Measurement tools linked by a wireless interface are engineered to make jobs faster, safer and more efficient.

Here’s an example: A technician, equipped with Fluke Connect™ wireless tools, is assigned to test for three-phase unbalance in a motor power cabinet. Here are the steps the tech will take:

  1. Suit up in personal protective equipment (PPE).
  2. Open the panel enclosures.
  3. Attach individual current-measuring device (in this case, the Fluke a3001 FC Wireless iFlex® ac Current Modules) to all three legs, or lines of incoming current, of the motor.
  4. Close the panels; remove PPE.
  5. Remotely monitor the readings collected by the modules via a wireless digital multimeter, a phone equipped with the Fluke Connect™ app, or a laptop with wireless adapter and the Fluke Connect™ app.

The benefits:

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