Rapidly locate the causes of network faults

PQ-Box 200

The mobile power quality meter PQ-Box 200 has been fitted with a wide range of triggering capabilities in order to rapidly locate the causes of network faults. The Class A device has been developed for measurements on low, medium and high-voltage networks and is ideally designed for measurements in harsh environments or where space is very limited. In addition, the device allows the power quality of public and industrial networks to be assessed. This means the device offers everything power quality experts need.

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Record rapid switching transients at a rate of 4 mHz

The mobile power quality meter PQ-Box 200 has a sampling rate of 4 MHz for recording rapid switching transients. The measurement range for transients is +/- 5,000V. Voltage and current harmonics are recorded up to 20 kHz. The device is highly accurate and has a 24-bit input converter.

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WLAN interface for cableless communication with the software & app

In addition to a USB and ethernet interface, the data recorded by the PQ-Box 200 can be transferred to the evaluation PC via a fast WLAN interface. The product comes with the extensive WinPQ mobile evaluation software, which can be installed on as many PCs as you wish. To round off the excellent user experience, we have developed the PQ-Box app for both Android and iOS. The app allows you to display a wide range of online measurements and alter configurations for current and voltage transformers, measurement intervals or nominal voltages of the PQ-Box 200.

All the standards and protocols upheld – making our products fit for the future

The mobile power quality meter PQ-Box 200 creates an automatic standard assessment and event record to:

  • EN 50160
  • IEC 61000-2-2
  • IEC 61000-2-12
  • IEC 61000-2-4 (Class 1; 2; 3)
  • NRS 048
  • IEEE 519
  • VDE N-4105
  • IEC 61000-4-30 Ed. 3 Class A
  • IEC 61000-4-7
  • IEC 61000-4-15
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Simple menu navigation and intuitive operation of the measuring device

When designing the menu navigation of our mobile network analyzers, we focused on enabling particularly user-friendly and intuitive navigation and thus operation of the measuring device. This means that you as a user can quickly find your way around the device when using the PQ-Box and concentrate on the essentials: the measurement. The user interface of the PQ-Box 150 is identical to that of the PQ-Box 200 and PQ-Box 300 models – also from the PQ-Box family from “A. Eberle”.

Standard accessories & device installation – how your PQ Box arrives

  • PQ mains analyser »PQ-Box 200«
  • USB cable
  • 4mm safety sockets incl. inserts for worldwide sockets
  • 5 Delphin terminals (3x red, 1 x green, 1 x blue)
  • Case for measuring device and accessories
  • Hardware operating instructions (software instructions via website and included in software)
  • QR code for downloading WinPQ mobile software
  • TCP-IP connection cable
  • Wide-range AC/DC power supply unit for supply via test leads
  • Two black stacking plugs (stacking of measuring cable and power supply on one terminal)
  • Carrying and fastening strap
  • Free connection set for AUX input (4mm safety plug)

Ripple control signal analysis

In addition to measuring the ripple control level, the mobile power quality meter is able to trigger a ripple control frequency and capture the voltages and currents for a set frequency. The complete telegram can be shown to a length of 210 seconds, while a wide range of parameters can be set in the measurement device (triggering threshold, recording threshold, ripple control frequency, bandwidth of the filter curve for ripple control frequency).

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