Products

Impedo DUO

The Impedo DUO contains two independent GPS synchronised power quality instruments in one – each with 4 x voltage and 4 x current inputs. 
The instrument is a certified IEC61000-4-30 (Rev3.0) Class-A Power Quality recorder (Harmonic Recorder - IEC61000-4-7 Class-I, Flicker Meter - IEC61000-4-15 Class-F1) and an Offline Synchrophasor Recorder. 
It supports Substation Automation Protocol: 
• Modbus over IP 
• IEC 61850 (optional)

Vecto II

The Vecto II is a three-phase GPS synchronised power quality instrument with 4 x voltage and 4 x current input channels.
The instrument is a certified IEC61000-4-30 (Rev3.0)   
Class-A Power Quality recorder (Harmonic Recorder - IEC61000-4-7 Class-I, Flicker Meter - IEC61000-4-15 Class-F1) and an Offline Synchrophasor Recorder.
SCADA Protocol:
• Modbus over IP
• IEC 61850 (optional)

PQ-Portal

PQ-Portal is a Web-based solution that manages power quality data collected from a network of remotely installed instruments. Raw data is classified according to NRS048 and EN50160 requirements. This system enables users to:

  • Manage a fleet of remotely installed instruments
  • Actively manage the quality of electricity on a daily basis

Contact CT LAB for details on monthly or annual subscription. 

ImpedoDUO Portable Unit for investigations

CT LAB offers power quality recorders as investigation units. The investigation unit is carried in a rugged case with high-density foam storage cavities to house the individual accessories.
Accessories included in the carry case:
• Power connection set with a 1000V insulated crocodile clips
• Voltage input connection set with insulated crocodile clips
• Current input connection set
• High frequency range (3.2kHz) clamp on current transformers (CT) 1000/500/250:5
• High frequency range clamp on current transducers 5A/1V
• GPS antenna.

Services

• Planning, Installation & Commissioning of Power Quality Monitoring System (www.PQ-Portal.com)
• Daily operation of PQ Monitoring Programmes on behalf of clients
• Power Quality Training and Mentoring through the Southern African Power Quality Initiative (SAPQI) and North West University (NWU).