Power Analyzer Accessories

Accessories for digital power analyzers include various voltage and current transformers, clamp-on current probes, and a selection of test leads.

Measure high currents without disassembling existing cabling. Compatible with power analyzers and waveform measurement instruments.

Current sensor unit accessories for digital power meters and power analyzers.
DC to 100 kHz/1000 a peak guaranteed calibration with power analyzers.

Special AC-Input Clamp-on Probes for Large-current Hot Line Measurement

760901 30A High Accuracy Element. Includes external sensor input.

760902 5A High Accuracy Element. Includes external sensor input.

Direct Current Input Cable (with Burden Resistor 2.7 Ohm) for WT1800E /PD2 option.

Direct Current Input Cable (without Burden Resistor) for WT1800E /PD2 option

Shunt resistor boxes for WT1800E /PD option.

Dedicated Cables for WT1800E /PD option.

  • Set of 0.8m long red and black multimeter test leads
  • Used in combination with a pair of optional 758922 or 758929 alligator-clip adapters
  • 1000 Vrms, 32 Arms CAT II
  • 758921 Fork Terminal Adapters
  • For fitting a 4mm banana plug to a fork terminal
  • One black and one red clip
  • 1000 Vrms-CAT II

Rated at 300 V. Attaches to the 758917 test leads. Sold in pairs.

  • Yokogawa 758929 Alligator Clip Adapter 
  • Rated at 1000V
  • Attaches to 758917 test leads
  • Sold in pairs black/red

Screw-fastened adapters. Two adapters in a set. 1.5 mm Allen Wrench.

Two adapters in a set (spring-hold type).

Two adapters in a set for current input of the PX8000

BNC-Banana-jack (female) adapter. Use for circuits having voltage levels no greater than 42 V.

For conversion between BNC and female banana plug
Applicable for DL750/DL750P, SL1000 & SL1400.

Applicable for DL850 and WT300 series.

BNC-BNC 2m. For connection to simultaneously measurement with 2 units, or for input external trigger signal.

Printer Paper Roll
Thermal paper (10m) for WT1600, WT 1800, WT3000, & WT3000E - 1 roll

2 pieces (red and black) in 1 set.
Length: 1.5 m, Rating: 80 A

2 pieces (red and black) in 1 set
length: 1.00 m
Used in combination with the 701959, 758921, 758922, or 758929
Rating: 1000 V CAT III/19 A

2 voltage output cables (red and black). 1 m. Rating 1500 V

2 safety terminal - alligator clip adapters (red and black). Rating 1500 V

For reference junction compensation sensor. Pt100, 1.95 m

A Power Module consists of one Voltage Module- Model 760811, and one Current Module- 760812 or 760813.

A Power Module consists of one Voltage Module- Model 760811, and one Current Module- 760812 or 760813.

A Power Module consists of one Voltage Module- Model 760811, and one Current Module- 760812 or 760813.

Sensor and voltage measurement module (up to three modules can be installed) Auxiliary (AUX) module

Female-female type adapters for 5 A element. Black/Red two adapters in a set.

Screw-fastened type adapters for 30 A element. Black/Red two adapters in a set.

RACK MOUNTING KIT For an JIS-compliant Single-housing Rack

RACK MOUNTING KIT For a JIS-compliant Single-housing Rack

RACK MOUNTING KIT For an EIA-compliant Single-housing Rack

RACK MOUNTING KIT For a JIS-compliant Single-housing Rack

RACK MOUNTING KIT For an EIA-compliant Single-housing Rack

RACK MOUNTING KIT For an EIA-compliant Single-housing Rack

Three pockets are provided for storing accessories and the user’s manual.

RACK MOUNTING KIT For an JIS-compliant Dual-housing Rack

RACK MOUNTING KIT For an EIA-compliant Dual-housing Rack

RACK MOUNTING KIT For a JIS-compliant Dual-housing Rack

For DL850/E series, PX8000

D-Sub 9-pin connector with 2 screws
(female on connector side)

10 Ω/0.25 W (×4)

RACK MOUNTING KIT For an EIA-compliant Single-housing Rack

RACK MOUNTING KIT For an JIS-compliant Single-housing Rack

RACK MOUNTING KIT For an EIA-compliant Single-housing Rack

RACK MOUNTING KIT For an JIS-compliant Single-housing Rack

RACK MOUNTING KIT For an EIA-compliant Dual-housing Rack

RACK MOUNTING KIT For a JIS-compliant Dual-housing Rack

RACK MOUNTING KIT For an EIA-compliant Dual-housing Rack

Overview:

A comprehensive review of split core current transformers and explanation of their principles of operation, design considerations, advantages, disadvantages compared to other CT technologies, and applications.

Overview:

Designing an instrumentation system for high current measurement requires careful consideration of the trade-offs associated with each type of sensing device. The purpose of this application note is to help engineers understand the sensing choices available and the corresponding trade-offs with each technology.

Overview:

The impedance of the 366924 and the 366925 BNC cable is 50 Ω.

Overview:

The D/A output of the WT230 Power Meter uses a 24-Pin Centronics type connector. For additional informating regarding the 24-Pin Centronics Connector, please refer to the attached PDF and click on the link below.

Technical Article
Edition 1
Industries:
Overview:

In the paper published on OpenUCT, a Cape Town University researcher uses a Yokogawa Test&Measurement High-Performance Power Analyzer to record instantaneous voltage and current of a three-phase, four-wire system.

Overview:

In a research paper published by ISLPED '22: Proceedings of the ACM/IEEE International Symposium on Low Power Electronics and Design, researchers from Loyola University Chicago and Purdue University use a Yokogawa Test&Measurement WT310E Power Meter to measure the energy consumption of the various techniques presented.

Overview:

In research published by the Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences (EECS) Department of the University of California, Berkeley, the Yokogawa Test&Measurement WT5000 Precision Power Analyzer's high accuracy and modular architecture were used to perform calculations on efficiency, pulse width modulations, and harmonic content.

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In dissertation published by the University of Central Florida on its STARS website, research is conducted using a Yokogawa Test&Measurement PZ4000 R&D Power Analyzer to measure the efficiency and total harmonic distortion (THD) of microinverter operating modes.

Overview:

In research published by Yale University's Journal of Industrial Ecology (now owned and managed by the International Society of Industrial Ecology), researchers from the University of Nottingham and Dartmouth University use a Yokogawa Test&Measurement CW240 Clamp-On Power Analyzer to measure the real power consumption of the investigated printing systems.

Overview:

I’ve been using Yokogawa Test&Measurement instruments for power measurement and analysis for several years and they always get the job done. They provide extensive and thorough documentation for their equipment and their drivers are very handy. Features like screengrabs of test results for easier sharing and the remote interface (which minimizes the time we spend having to automate tests) have proven to be incredibly helpful. My team needs instruments that are well documented, easy to use, and reliable. Yokogawa instruments check all these boxes.

—Power Drive Systems Electrification Validation Test Development, Fortune 500 Leading Global Supplier of Sustainable Automotive Solutions

Overview:

It’s not an exaggeration to say I owe a good bit of my career success to Yokogawa Test&Measurement. By using their ScopeCorders that combine the best parts of an oscilloscope and DAQ, projects that once took weeks across multiple instruments suddenly only took a few hours with just one instrument. The impact on what I could accomplish really was quite remarkable, and my ability to accurately complete projects in record time made me look incredible. No matter how complex or convoluted the task, the ScopeCorders never fail to easily handle anything I throw at them. They’re amazing instruments and I tell others about them every chance I get. —Kenneth Shoemaker, Automotive Industry Consultant/Owner at Panama Prototypes

Overview:

For standby power measurement and energy certification maintenance, we rely on Yokogawa Test&Measurement instruments. Their precision, accuracy, and ease-of-use are unrivaled. When given a choice between other test and measurement equipment and Yokogawa, our technicians always go for Yokogawa first. The support team provides thoughtful insights based not just on our industry but also our company’s specific needs. My team has used Yokogawa Test&Measurement instruments for decades and will continue to do so well into the future.

—Director of Technology Laboratories, International Multi-Brand Manufacturer of Major Home Appliances

Overview:

When I started with my company almost 20 years ago, Yokogawa Test&Measurement instruments were already in use and the engineers had no intention of switching. In fact, we still routinely use some of the older instruments because, well, they just work! The equipment doesn't really become obsolete, and they support their instruments as long as is feasible, which ultimately saves us money. Even so, as things change in our industry Yokogawa adjusts to meet those changes. From our sales representative through technical support and more, I can count on the Yokogawa team to really listen and work with us to provide a specific solution for unique problems.

—Senior Lab Technology Engineer, EMI/EMC, Large Power Systems, Testing, Global Design of Commercial and Industrial Power, Cooling, and IT Infrastructure

Product Overviews

    Overview:

    The current sensor element for the Yokogawa Test&Measurement WT5000 Precision Power Analyzer is ideal for applications requiring a current transformer for high-current measurements. The internal DC power supply simplifies preparations before measurement, requiring only a connecting cable and eliminating the external power supply.

    The WT5000, an industry-leading power analyzer, features seven field-removeable elements, 10 MS/s, 1 MHz power bandwidth, 18-bit resolution, and 0.03% basic power accuracy. Yokogawa Test&Measurement continues to innovate on the platform, enabling /D7 data streaming, /G7 harmonics, and flicker analysis.

    The new current sensor element replaces the traditional current inputs and includes a sensor input terminal with integrated ±15V power supply, eliminating the need for an external power supply. The isolated voltage terminals remain the same as the 5A and 30A elements.

How-tos

Webinars

    Overview:

    While DC power measurements are relatively straight forward, AC power measurements that include distorted waveforms, varying power factors, and multiple phases can add complexity to an otherwise simple measurement. During this webinar, we cover multiple fundamentals of power measurement.

    Key topics include:

    • Multi-phase measurements
    • Measurement techniques
    • Measurement applications
    • Real-world examples and more
    Overview:

    Continual improvements and innovations in motor and inverter technologies are key to furthering the goal of global decarbonization in the transportation industry.

    During this webinar, engineering professionals who develop motor and inverter systems will learn how to more effectively benchmark data for and troubleshoot issues with energy efficiency in EV powertrains.

    Key topics include:

    • Baselines for system efficiency and inverter control signal analysis at the systems level
    • Critical measurements to benchmark inverter input, inverter output, and motor output
    • Analysis of motor control signals like torque control variables, positional sensors, and PWM and torque measurements

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