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PQSIM 200™ was designed by Power Quality Experts with 30 years’ experience testing and documenting Power Quality. The PQSIM 200™ provides the user with the capability to select PQ events and their magnitude to test PQ instrument setups, capture capability with a repeatable and predictable voltage and current waveform.

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For nearly 50 years, Dranetz has been the leading provider of intelligent monitoring solutions for electrical demand and energy and power quality. With over 100,000 clients worldwide, Dranetz scalable solutions range from portable power quality analysis equipment to permanent energy management devices with data storage and web-based solutions. Dranetz provides a full suite of services, including personalized pre- and post-sales support, educational power quality seminars, consulting, customization and on-site assistance. Dranetz corporate headquarters, located in Edison, New Jersey USA, includes sales, product support and manufacturing, with distributors and sales representatives located globally.

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The METRAHIT ENERGY is a compact power meter for direct and alternating current in single-phase systems. The electrical circuit can be connected either directly, or via a current transformer. If a current transformer is connected to the multimeter (mA/A input), all current and power displays are represented with the correct value based upon the selected transformation ratio. Universal power measurement includes the following measuring functions: active, reactive and apparent power, power factor and energy.
*Optional Adapter PMA 16

Automatic Report System (ARS) is a system for automated report generation, archiving and mailing. Using PQView program as a data source, ARS is able to integrate data from various instrument types and databases. Report structures are flexible - users can configure them according to their needs and requests. ARS provides possibility to create detailed reports for a single site (instrument), or comparative reports containing data from multiple sites, even databases.