• Fluke ii910 | An easy way to detect locate and analyse partial discharge in one

    The Fluke ii910 Precision Acoustic Imager has been engineered to locate Partial Discharge, Corona Discharge as well as gas and vacuum leaks.

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    The invisible threat….now you can see
    Partial Discharge is a very serious issue that you are scanning for every day. Whether you are scanning insulators, transformers, switch gears or high-voltage powerlines you need to be sure that you spot a problem quickly and early. Partial discharge that goes unchecked can cause blackouts, fires, explosions, or death from arc flashes. In addition to the danger that this can pose to the environment and human lives it also has a very steep price tag. Having equipment go down can cost millions of dollars per hour of downtime, and studies have shown that a single data centre outage could cost $8,851 per minute. On top of this, the Department of Energy estimated that outages are costing the US economy $150 billion annually.
    Key areas to scan for PD
    • Insulators
    • Transformers
    • High voltage powerlines
    • Switch gears
    • Arrestors
    • Busbars
    • High voltage coils
    • Breakers
    • Capacitors

    Do it fast, Do it safe
    The ii910 is the all-in-one tool you have been looking for when it comes to all of your leak and PD issues. Everything you need is right at your fingertips. Quickly scan the area or environment and get all the pictures/videos you need with the simple one-button capture and large 7” touchscreen LCD. No additional tools or equipment are needed. Without cumbersome secondary cables or devices needed, you have full mobility and greater flexibility to swap between detecting of the leak/PD and fixing the leak/PD.
  • Spectrum analyser demo on the MDO-2000E

    MDO-2000E series is equipped with a dual channel 25 MHz arbitrary waveform generator.
    We could utilize arbitrary waveform generator to output waveforms and conduct frequency domain analysis by the built-in spectrum analyzer.