Intermittent power problems are a major hidden expense for companies using microprocessor based equipment. Initially, power problems appear to be issues that are hardware or software failures. And these issues lead to numerous service calls and possibly the unnecessary replacement of components in an effort to isolate and solve malfunctions. Power quality problems can take the form of swells, sags, brownouts, spikes or any combination. These power problems can result in disruption, degradation, or destruction of electronic components.
The Power Quality Analyzer is designed to record and aid in the assessment of a wide range of power issues. The results of the Power Quality Analyzer are presented in an easy to understand format that eliminates the often difficult step of interpreting the results of power monitoring. The format enables users to easily identify power issues. The format also enables dealers to easily present power issues to their customers.
A major hidden expense for dealers supporting microprocessor-based equipment is intermittent power problems. Initially, power problems appear to be hardware or software failure. These power issues lead to numerous service calls and the unnecessary replacement of components in an effort to isolate and solve malfunctions. Power quality continues to grow in importance as technology advances and power grids age.