Measuring the performance of a linear motor (with an operating rate of less than one cycle per second) is traditionally a cumbersome process that requires a power meter, a digital oscilloscope, and a manual table of values:
This process is much simpler using a PZ4000 to perform all three of these functions.
Performance required from power meter
Benefits for the user
The PX8000 is the world's first precision power scope, bringing oscilloscope-style time-based measurement to the world of power analyzers. With up to four channels, it can perform standard multi-phase power measurements. These measurements exist alongside oscilloscope-specific features such as cursor-based specific time period measurements to enable analysis of waveforms with transient components.
The PZ4000 is designed for High Frequency Power Measurements as well as Transient Power Measurements. Its real-time acquisition system can perform cycle-by-cycle power measurements. One to Four input elements offer Basic Power Accuracy of 0.2% with 2 MHz Bandwidth and 5MS/sec digitizing rates.