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Valhalla Scientific 2300 3 Phase
Location:
Elgin, IL
Manufacturer:
Valhalla Scientific
Model:
2300

Specifications

Condition:
used
Accuracy:
(Voltage and Current True RMS)
Displays:
4 1/2 Digit (20.000 courts) 7 segment LEDs
Maximum input:
1000VDC or RMS AC, 3000 V pk/pk
Condition info:
Refurbished
Watts accuracy:
25
20 khz to 50 khz:
add 0.75% per 10 KHz above 20 KHz
Power factor response:
Unity (1.000) to zero (0.000)
Subcategory:
Meters

Description

NIST Calibration Pricing - $212.80
The Valhalla 2300, 3 Phase Digital Power Analyzer, is one of the most versatile power analyzers around, featuring 3 channels with 9 self contained current ranges (shunt based) per channel. It uses high bandwidth true RMS AC converter technology to capture and display the true root mean value of the current waveform, regardless of waveshape.
The Valhalla 2300 3 Phase Digital Power Analyzer provides DC, True RMS AC Voltage measurement 1 mV to 1000V with response to 50 KHz. The voltage ranges are optimized for conventional AC power applications (ie 120 VAC on 150 V range). Connectons are made thru the Valhalla 2300 3 Phase Digital Power Analyzer hinged-cover protected shunt access compartment. Built-in overload protection helps prevent damage to the Valhalla 2300 3 Phase Digital Power Analyzer. It can withstand a max. of 500% overload on current (ie 500 amps on the 100 amp range) and up to 3000, V pk-pk of voltage without any problems. For dedicated low voltage applications, such as three phase gyro motor testing, or transformer core loss testing, the 2300L provide full scale voltage ranges of 5 000 V to 60.00 V.
Accuracy: (Voltage and Current True RMS)
DC & 20 Hz to 5 KHz: =
+
0.1 % of reading
+
6 counts
5 KHz to 10 KHz:
+
0.5% of reading
+
6 counts
10KHz to 20KHz:
+
0 75% of rdg
+
6 counts - useable to 50 KHz with typicality 0.75% error per 10 KHz
Maximum Input: 1000VDC or RMS AC, 3000 V pk/pk
Displays: 4 1/2 Digit (20.000 courts) 7 segment LEDs
Watts Accuracy: 25
°
C
+
5
°
C, 1 year
DC & 20 Hz to 5 KHz:
+
0.25 % of reading
+
6 counts
5 KHz to 10 KHz:
+
0.5% of reading
+
0.5% of range
10 KHz to 20 KHz:
+
0.75% of reading
+
0.75% of range
20 KHz to 50 KHz: add 0.75% per 10 KHz above 20 KHz
Power Factor Response: Unity (1.000) to zero (0.000)