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Testers, Power Line Disturbance

Definition : Testers designed to assess the main (i.e., most important) disturbances of the fundamental and/or harmonic components of electric power lines during total or partial failures. These testers can usually measure the variations in line variables such as amplitude, phase angle, frequency, and power in real time; some testers can also perform other assessments, including transient and/or harmonic analysis. Power line disturbance testers are intended for testing after electrical power lines are installed or modified, during some preventive maintenance procedures, and for routine checking of electrical power line status in a facility.

Entry Terms : "Power Line Disturbance Testers"

UMDC code : 23552

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Davis Instruments

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Davis Instruments has been one of the world's leading sources of test, measurement, control, and calibration instruments since 1912. You depend on the equipment you order—and the technical expertise that backs it up. Since 1912, Davis Instruments has built a history of supplying customers with innovative test, measurement, control and calibration technologies. But what really gets customers talking is our "Customer First" responsiveness, which is woven into every transaction. From answering your most challenging technical questions to providing alternate configurations, you can count on Davis Instruments' application specialists to help you get the job done.

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