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1775 Three-Phase Power Quality Analyser (iFlex)

FLUKE 1775 Three-Phase Power Quality Analyser eliminates the complexities of power quality. Perfect for energy surveys / load testing, harmonic surveys, nuisance circuit breaker tripping, power utility power quality surveys & discovery of equipment failures caused by transients.

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FLUKE 1775 Three-Phase Power Quality Analyser

FLUKE 1775 a three-phase Power Quality Analyser eliminates the complexities of power quality logging, troubleshooting, and analysis.  Engineered to be the faster, easier way to perform power quality studies, offering automatic measurements, a straightforward user interface and setup, best-in-class specifications, and a simplified reporting platform.  The instrument can also be powered directly from the measurement circuit, eliminating the need to find a power outlet or use a lengthy extension cord.


▶ The FLUKE 1700 Series Overview:


FLUKE 1775 Key Features:

  • Energy studies - Get detailed power and energy consumption profiles during energy audits and pinpoint savings opportunities
    • Measure V, I, kW, Cos/DPF, kWhr
    • Measure MIN/MAX and AVG values
    • 10 day logging
  • Basic harmonics study - Discover the source of distortion in your installation, so that you can filter those loads or move them to separate circuits
    • THD measurement (V & I)
    • Harmonics 1 to 25 for V & I
  • Advanced harmonics study - If distorting loads are causing problems in your installation, you need comprehensive data to identify the source and create a solution
    • Full harmonic spectrum
    • Power Harmonics
  • Basic industrial power quality troubleshooting - When troubleshooting in the field, graphical data enables you to trace the source of the problem at hand
    • Oscilloscope function
    • Voltage dips and swells
  • Advanced power quality troubleshooting - Complex installations often require a deeper dive into measurement data. Multiple loads may be interacting randomly to cause a single problem
    • Comprehensive logging capability
  • Advanced Features
    • Inrush - Discover peak current from load switching
    • Flicker - Measure the effects of disturbing switching equipment
    • Transients 1 MHz - Capture high speed voltage waveform caused by switching or network disturbances
    • Mains signalling - Monitor signals on the network that are used for network wide equipment control
    • Event waveform capture - Visualisation of dips and swells to identify the cause of the events
  • Communication via USB / Ethernet / Wi-Fi Bluetooth / Wireless download


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What comes with the FLUKE 1775?

  • FLUKE-1775 Power Quality Analyser
  • 1 x FLUKE-17XX, Flat Cable, Voltage Test Lead 3-Phase+N
  • 4 x AC285, Black Alligator Clip
  • 1 x AC285, Green Alligator Clip
  • 1 x Black 1 M USB-C Cable
  • 1 x Line Cord
  • 1 x FLK-17XX 0.18 M Test Lead Set (nonstack/stack)
  • 1 x Green Test Lead
  • 1 x Cable Marker Set (for voltage and current)
  • 1 x FLUKE-174X-MA-C8 Wall Outlet Adapter
  • 1 x Statement Of Calibration Practices


 What extra comes with the iFlex version?

  • 4 x i17XX-FLEX1500 24, FLUKE-17XX iFlex 1500 A 24 IN, 2.0 M
  • 1 x MP1-3R/1B, Magnet Probe 1, 3 Red / 1 Black Magnet Probes For 4 mm Banana
  • 1 x FLUKE-174X-Hanger Kit
  • 1 x FLUKE-177X-4204 WI FI / Bluetooth Module
  • 1 x Black Soft Case


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Comparison Chart for: Fluke 1775 Three-Phase Power Quality Analyser (iFlex)

Energy surveys and load testing
Harmonic surveys
Nuisance circuit breaker tripping
Power utility power quality surveys
Discovery of equipment failures caused by transients