Electrical power and monitoring equipment provides instant data on the efficiency of electrical output, single and three phase power supplies. Pine specializes in the rental and sale of power analyzers that monitor a number of applications:
Regular analysis and maintenance of power lines and conduits can save millions in underperforming and failed power lines.
Pine provides a first-class technical support service as well as advice on which product will be best suited to your needs. Our quality management system insures that all equipment is tested and calibrated to manufacturer’s specifications when you receive it. To find out more, please select from the products listed below.
At Pine, we stock a wide variety of electrical power monitoring analyzers to help pinpoint power quality problems faster and safer. All of our power quality meters help you locate, predict, prevent and troubleshoot problems in power distribution systems. These easy-to-use power quality tools are a “must have” for any person who maintains or troubleshoots three phase power.
To find out more, please click on a product from the list. At Pine, we specialize in delivering total equipment solutions and providing technical advice on what to rent, and how to use it; the availability of our rental fleet is second to none, and all our equipment is always tested and delivered ready to use.
Earth Ground loop resistance measurements for commercial, industrial, and utility applications
The clamp-on ground testing technique used by the Fluke 1630 simplifies ground loop testing and enables non-intrusive leakage current measurement. The compact and rugged design makes the Fluke 1630 easy to use in small places and harsh environments, while the ‘display hold’ and the continuity testing with an audible alarm function ensures convenience in use. The novel technique means that earth ground loop testing and continuity testing can be completed without breaking the circuit.
Stakeless testing system
The Fluke 1630 uses the Stakeless testing method, which eliminates the need to disconnect parallel ground rods and find suitable locations for placing auxiliary ground stakes. This saves time and enables users such as industrial and utility electricians, and field service electricians and contractors, to perform earth ground loop tests in locations where it is not possible to use other techniques, including inside buildings or on power pylons. With the Stakeless testing method, earth ground stakes are no longer necessary. The Fluke 1630 Earth Ground Clamp is placed around the earth ground rod or the connecting cable. A known voltage is induced by one half of the clamp and the current is measured by the other half. The tester automatically determines the ground loop resistance at this grounding connection. For stakeless testing at least two ground rods (or ground connections of the ground system under test to earth) are required to close the loop the test voltage is induced.