PSL – PQ1

PQ1 Highlights & Uses

  • Voltage dips
  • Voltage swells
  • Interruptions
  • High frequency impulses / transients, 500 nanosecond response time
  • Front panel LED’s and switches for simple installation and monitoring
  • Three relay contact outputs

Where Can You Use the PQ1?

  • Semiconductor manufacturing equipment
  • Medical equipment
  • Elevator controls
  • CNC machinery
  • Monitoring power quality at circuit breaker panels
  • Data centers and telecom
  • Electric power grid surveys
  • Building management systems
  • Simplest possible interface

AC power in, normally-closed relay contacts out. DIN-rail mount or chassis-mount. Pre-programmed with standard thresholds: SEMI F47, ITIC, CBEMA, IEC, ZA, MIL-STD, and more!

Automatically adapts to 50 Hz, 60 Hz, and 400 Hz, at any standard world-wide voltage: 100V, 110V, 120V, 200V, 208V, 220V, 230V or 240V (or higher with external step-down transformer). Comes pre-programmed to industry-standard thresholds.

PQ1 Highlights & Uses

  • Voltage dips
  • Voltage swells
  • Interruptions
  • High frequency impulses / transients, 500 nanosecond response time
  • Front panel LED’s and switches for simple installation and monitoring
  • Three relay contact outputs
Need more information?

Please contact +6221-5467618, +6221-54212399 or email [email protected]

Specification

Features

  • Very low cost
  • Detects sags/dips, swells, interruptions, impulses
  • Simple to install – AC in, relay contacts out
  • Captures impulses as short as 500 nanoseconds
  • 0,5% typical accuracy
  • Automatically adjusts to 50Hz, 60Hz, or 400Hz
  • Direct connection to 100 Vrms ~ 240 Vrms
  • Can be used at 277 Vrms ~ 600 Vrms with external step-down transformer
  • Built-in international power quality standards
  • No software required, no computer required

Applications

  • Semiconductor manufacturing tools
  • Medical laboratory equipment
  • SCADA systems, PLC systems
  • Elevator controls
  • Ultra-low-cost substation power quality monitoring
  • Machine tools, HVAC controls, ASD’s
  • Servers and data centers, telecom centers

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