Introducing the MAVOWATT 210, Gossen Metrawatt completes its range of portable energy and power quality meters, adding an economical and – at only 640 g – very light device.
The bidirectional data logger precisely measures all parameters relevant for ensuring the quality of the energy supply both on the utility company and consumer side. Reductions in power quality such as voltage drops, dips or spikes and power loss are detected with a resolution of 1/2 cycles according to IEC 61000-4-30, and harmonics are recorded according to IEEE 519-2014/IEC 61000-4-7. The device, which has four voltage channels for direct measurement up to 600 VRMS (CAT III) and four current channels, is suitable for all relevant performance parameters such as voltage, current, active, reactive and apparent power. In addition, it serves as a high-precision bidirectional four-quadrant measuring device for energy flow detection, e.g., in wind power and photovoltaic systems. Automatic detection of the type of connection and error signaling via color-coded LEDs ensure safe operation at all times. The compact MAVOWATT 210 enables up to seven hours battery-powered operation in any local or remote facility. For visualization and evaluation, an integrated Ethernet interface with a web server enables real-time access to all current and logged measured values. Operators can create analyses and reports using the Dran-View XP PC software, which is specially adapted for the MAVOWATT 210 and included in the delivery free-of-charge. By default, the scope of delivery furthermore includes three Rogowski coils with a measuring range up to 500 A, four voltage cables and a power supply. The manufacturer also offers additional current sensors.
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