Transportable measuring equipment. With storage of measurement values, complete with accessories and software.
Power QualityReliable operation of modern plants and systems always demands a high degree of supply reliability and good power quality. UMG measuring devices reliably record, analyse and document all interferences such as harmonics, unbalance, transients, voltage dips, voltage swells, flickers, phase shifts and reactive power.
TransientsTransients refers to very fast, impulse, electrical transient effects that can cause a great deal of damage. In order to detect transients, high quality, digital power quality analysers with a high sampling rate must be used.
ReportingPowerful RCM residual current monitoring already detects leakage currents in their initial stages before they cause system failures or even fires. It is already integrated in certain UMG measuring devices. The measuring current transformer that is required can be installed manually at a later date if required. Continuous RCM monitoring increases the system safety and availability significantly. In specific applications such as the data centre, residual current monitoring is essential due to the high availability requirements.
Measuring Devices HomepageThe web server for the measuring device provides a wide range of data in a user-friendly format. The user does not have to install any software on their PC; a conventional web browser is all that is required. The user enters the measuring device IP address in the browser's URL bar and the measuring devices homepage is displayed on the screen. In addition to the modern homepage, APPs are available for an extended range of functions.
EventsEvents are short-term increases in voltage, dips in voltage, current swells or short-term interruptions (e.g. through bird strike or short circuits). UMG measuring devices can safely record and process events as of 20 ms and transients as of 50 μs. The causes of power quality variations can be identified and analysed in this way.
Jasic®The user can use the graphical programming language Jasic® to add their own functions to a UMG measuring device. Up to seven freely configurable user programs can run in parallel, e.g. monitoring processes or notifications when reaching defined threshold values. In addition to the graphical programming option, the user is also free to program the source code directly in JASIC.