Product News: Test & Measuring Instruments
Power Quality Analyzer offers intelligent download.
Press Release Summary:
March 12, 2002 - PA-9Plus provides 12 megabytes of internal storage, on-board auxiliary power input capabilities, and optional removable flash memory card. Metrosoft AVO PA-9W software enables unit to trend imbalance, individual harmonics, THD and TDD, and preview and download only what is required. Chart analysis is simplified through zoom/unzoom capabilities. PA-9Plus complies with all applicable IEC, IEEE and EN standards and CE Marking.
Original Press Release
AVO Listens To Customer Demands With New Power Quality Analyzer
Press release date: February 14, 2002
Building on the success of the PA-9, AVO International has developed a new PA-9Plus Power Quality Analyzer designed to meet customer demands and market conditions worldwide with new features, complementing the existing functions of the PA-9.
The new features of this latest addition to the AVO Power Quality product line include a faster digital signal processor, 12 megabytes of internal storage, on-board auxiliary power input capabilities, and an optional removable flash memory card. The instrument's software, Metrosoft AVO PA-9W, has also been upgraded to enable the PA-9Plus to trend imbalance, individual harmonics, THD and TDD, preview and download only what is required as part of the new test log feature, and simplify chart analysis through the new zoom/unzoom capabilities. Other key features are its new demo connection mode, enhanced remote control display and incorporated modem software.
Ideal for power quality investigations, energy audits and load profiling, the PA-9Plus monitors and records power quality and power flow simultaneously.
Designed to comply with all applicable IEC, IEEE and EN standards and CE Marking, the PA-9Plus is for use by utility/industrial power quality engineers, facilities engineers, service company engineers, consultants and testing/electrical contractors worldwide.
AVO International offers the broadest choice of products in the industry, providing testing solutions in some of the most critical maintenance areas including cable fault locating, protective relay testing, power quality analysis and on-line monitoring of substation apparatus. The company has manufacturing sites in Dallas, Texas; Valley Forge, Pennsylvania and Dover, England, and sales and technical support offices in the US, Canada, and worldwide.