They measure just 5 3/8″L x 2 3/8″W x 1 13/16″H, and weigh less than 1 lb. each. Don’t be fooled by their light weight and compact size – Eagle power analyzers outperform bigger, bulkier, and more expensive monitors in a wide range of portable power quality monitoring applications. These rugged, all-weather, wireless power analyzers go where other power analyzers cannot to wirelessly transmit critical power quality data measurements.
The Eagle 220 will still read data even if it is in a closed box or an enclosed area. Eagle power quality analyzers incorporate state-of-the-art Bluetooth technology to monitor power quality data and wirelessly transmit it to Bluetooth- equipped laptops, desktops. With an Eagle power quality analyzer, you can instantly access power quality data being monitored behind a locked security fence, in a transformer buried underground, or from restricted areas where distribution voltage would otherwise pose a safety hazard to crews.
The Eagle’s generous 8MB of memory also means you can store power quality data for up to two years, and then download it for detailed analysis as needed. You can also download the Eagle using a standard USB connection to your PC.
Three configurations of Eagle® wireless power quality monitors provide wireless monitoring solutions for substation, industrial, and commercial applications
- 220 Series features two sets of voltage and current inputs for light commercial applications.
- 330 Series features three sets of voltage and current inputs for single and three phase commercial and industrial applications.
- 440 Series features four sets of voltage and current inputs for advanced 1-, 2-, and 3-phase applications, as well as neutral-to-ground applications.
Eagle® recorders can be quickly and easily identified, initialized, and downloaded remotely – even when they are installed in hard to reach, hazardous, and secure locations. They utilize Bluetooth® or USB to communicate.
Real-time Harmonics and Waveforms:
Eagle® wireless power quality recorders calculate and display waveforms and harmonic values for triggered events on all monitored channels. Users may then display and download them in real-time via wireless or USB cable.