Fluke 434 Series II Basic Energy Analyzer

The Fluke 434-II Basic Energy Analyzer is the ideal tool for advanced energy logging and understanding energy usage in your facility in terms of real dollars so you can identify waste.

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Overview

Analyze Power Quality Issues and calculate the cost of wasted energy in real dollars

As energy saving equipment becomes more and more prevalent in facilities the need to discover where energy is being wasted is becoming more and more important. At the same time these pieces of energy saving equipment like motor drives and electronic lighting have the potential to disrupt the electrical system due to power quality problems. With the Fluke 434 Series II Energy Analyzer you can find out the cost of energy waste due to poor power quality in terms of real dollars lost. You’ll also have the built-in capabilities for characterizing power quality, conducting load studies and capturing hard-to-find voltage events.

With its energy logging capabilities and the Energy Loss Calculator function, the 434 II measures the cost of energy wasted due to poor power quality issues in real dollars. Add basic power quality measurements to the package and you’ve got yourself one powerful troubleshooting tool.

  • Quickly see how much money you’re losing due to energy waste in terms of real dollars
  • Get at-a-glance power quality health data in real-time so you can make better maintenance decisions
  • Measure all three phases and neutral with the included flexible current probes
  • Highest safety rating in the industry: 600 V CAT IV/1000 V CAT III rated for use at the service entrance
  • Fluke Connect® compatible – view data locally on the instrument, via Fluke Connect mobile app and PowerLog 430-II desktop software

Features

The Fluke 434-II is designed for users who need to get to the solution of the power quality problem as quickly as possible so that they can minimize expensive downtime. The measurement process and display of data is optimized to get to the most important information as quickly as possible. Multiple parameters are measured simultaneously and displayed in formats that quickly describe overall power quality health while giving you the detailed information you need to make better maintenance decisions. Data can be quickly accessed as simple digital values, trend graphs that give you fast insight into changes over time, waveforms, phasor diagrams or analyzed and organized into tabular format such as the event data where the magnitude, duration and time stamping enable rapid correlation to the problems you are experiencing in your facility.

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Energy loss Calculator—Calculate money lost to energy waste in terms of real dollars
It’s a simple fact, poor power quality can have a big impact on the bottom line. The Fluke 435-II enables you to identify issues and measure energy loss giving you specific insight into the amount of loss in dollars associated things like effective power and with poor power quality characteristics such as reactive power, unbalance, distortion, or neutral current. The 435-II even offers users the flexibility to input cable length and cable diameter so you can calculate loss due to conductor sizing (Or use AUTO mode if you don’t know your cable specification) and enter up to four unique time-dependent daily rates (kWh) for more accurate calculations. Armed with this critical data users can easily justify the investment necessary to take countermeasures.
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Advanced Power Quality Health—At-a-glance power quality health data in real-time so you have the data you need, when you need it
The Fluke 430-II utilizes an integrated Power Quality Health summary that gives you an at-a-glance view of a complete range of power quality issues in real time. With a simple graphical presentation, complete with tolerance limits, you can quickly discover which power quality problems may be present on your electrical system. If you don’t know where to start or what problems might exist, the advanced Power Quality Health summary will simplify the task.
Power Inverter Efficiency
Power inverters take DC current and transform it into AC current, or vice versa. But, what percentage of that power going into the inverter comes out as usable current? Nothing is ever 100% efficient, and the efficiency will vary depending on how much power is being used at the time (with the efficiency generally being greater when more power is being used). Inverters can also lose performance over time and need to be checked. By comparing the input power with the output power you can determine the system efficiency. With the Power Inverter Efficiency feature you can discover just how good is your inverter at converting your DC power to AC (or vice versa).
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AutoTrend – Quickly See the Trend
With a unique AutoTrend feature you can get fast insight into changes over time. Every displayed reading is automatically and continuously recorded without having to set up threshold levels or having to manually start the process So you can quickly view trends in voltage, current, frequency, power, harmonics or flicker on all three phases plus neutral.

Specifications

Product Specifications
Volt Model Measurement Range Resolution Accuracy
Vrms (AC + DC) 1 V to 1000 V phase to neutral 0.1 V ±0.5% of nominal voltage4
Vpk 1 Vpk to 1400 Vpk 1 V 5% of nominal voltage
Voltage Crest Factor (CF) 1.0 > 2.8 0.01 ±5%
Vrms½ 1 V to 1000 V phase to neutral 0.1 V ±1% of nominal voltage
Vfund 1 V to 1000 V phase to neutral 0.1 V ±0.5% of nominal voltage
Amps (accuracy excluding clamp accuracy)
Amps (AC + DC) i430-Flex 1x 5 A to 6000 A 1 A ±0.5% ±5 counts
i430-Flex 10x 0.5 A to 600 A 0.1 A ±0.5% ±5 counts
1 mV/A 1x 5 A to 2000 A 1 A ±0.5% ±5 counts
1 mV/A 10x 0.5 A A to 200 A (AC only) 0.1 A ±0.5% ±5 counts
Apk i430-Flex 8400 Apk 1 Arms ±5%
1 mV/A 5500 Apk 1 Arms ±5%
A Crest Factor (CF) 1 to 10 0.01 ±5%
Amps½ i430-Flex 1x 5 A to 6000 A 1 A ±1% ±10 counts
i430-Flex 10x 0.5 A to 600 A 0.1 A ±1% ±10 counts
1 mV/A 1x 5 A to 2000 A 1A ±1% ±10 counts
1 mV/A 10x 0.5 A A to 200 A (AC only) 0.1 A ±1% ±10 counts
Afund i430-Flex 1x 5 A to 6000 A 1 A ±0.5% ±5 counts
i430-Flex 10x 0.5 A to 600 A 0.1 A ±0.5% ±5 counts
1 mV/A 1x 5 A to 2000 A 1 A ±0.5% ±5 counts
1 mV/A 10x 0.5 A A to 200 A (AC only) 0.1 A ±0.5% ±5 counts
Hz
Fluke 434 @ 50 Hz nominal 42.50 Hz to 57.50 Hz 0.01 Hz ±0.01 Hz
Fluke 434 @ 60 Hz nominal 51.00 Hz to 69.00 Hz 0.01 Hz ±0.01 Hz
Power
Watts (VA, var) i430-Flex max 6000 MW 0.1 W to 1 MW ±1% ±10 counts
1 mV/A max 2000 MW 0.1 W to 1 MW ±1% ±10 counts
Power Factor (Cos j/DPF) 0 to 1 0.001 ±0.1% @ nominal load conditions
Energy
kWh (kVAh, kvarh) i430-Flex 10x Depends on clamp scaling and V nominal ±1% ±10 counts
Energy Loss i430-Flex 10x Depends on clamp scaling and V nominal ±1% ±10 counts Excluding line resistance accuracy
Harmonics
Harmonic Order (n) DC, 1 to 50 Grouping: Harmonic groups according to IEC 61000-4-7
Inter-Harmonic Order (n) OFF, 1 to 50 Grouping: Harmonic and Interharmonic subgroups according to IEC 61000-4-7
Volts % f 0.0% to 100% 0.1% ±0.1% ± n x 0.1%
r 0.0% to 100% 0.1% ±0.1% ± n x 0.4%
Absolute 0.0 to 1000 V 0.1 V ±5%1
THD 0.0% to 100% 0.1% ±2.5%
Amps % f 0.0% to 100% 0.1% ±0.1% ± n x 0.1%
r 0.0% to 100% 0.1% ±0.1% ± n x 0.4%
Absolute 0.0 to 600 A 0.1 A ±5% ±5 counts
THD 0.0% to 100% 0.1% ±2.5%
Watts % f or r 0.0% to 100% 0.1% ± n x 2%
Absolute Depends on clamp scaling and V nominal ±5% ± n x 2% ±10 counts
THD 0.0% to 100% 0.1% ±5%
Phase Angle -360° to +0° ± n x 1°
Flicker
Plt, Pst, Pst (1 min) Pinst 0.00 to 20.00 0.01 ±5%
Unbalance
Volts % 0.0% to 20.0% 0.1% ±0.1%
Amps % 0.0% to 20.0% 0.1% ±1%
Mains Signaling
Threshold Levels Threshold, limits and signaling duration is programable for two signaling frequencies
Signaling Frequency 60 Hz to 3000 Hz 0.1 Hz
Relative V % 0% to 100% 0.10% ±0.4%
Absolute V3 s (3 second avg.) 0.0 V to 1000 V 0.1 V ±5% of nominal voltage
General Specifications
Case Design Rugged, shock proof with integrated protective holster Drip and dust proof IP51 according to IEC60529 when used in tilt stand position Shock and vibration Shock 30 g, vibration: 3 g sinusoid, random 0.03 g 2 /Hz according to MIL-PRF-28800F Class 2
Display Brightness: 200 cd/m 2 typ. using power adapter, 90 cd/m 2 typical using battery power Size: 127 x 88 mm (153 mm/6.0 in diagonal) LCD Resolution: 320 x 240 pixels Contrast and brightness: user-adjustable, temperature compensated
Memory 8GB SD card (SDHC compliant, FAT32 formatted) standard, upto 32GB optionally Screen save and multiple data memories for storing data including recordings (dependent on memory size)
Real-Time Clock Time and date stamp for Trend mode, Transient display, System Monitor and event capture
Environmental
Operating Temperature 0°C ~ +40°C; +40°C ~ +50°C excl. battery
Storage Temperature -20°C ~ +60°C
Humidity +10°C ~ +30°C: 95% RH non-condensing
+30°C ~ +40°C: 75% RH non-condensing
+40°C ~ +50°C: 45% RH non-condensing
Maximum Operating Altitude Up to 2,000 m (6666 ft) for CAT IV 600 V, CAT III 1000 V
Up to 3,000 m (10,000 ft) for CAT III 600 V, CAT II 1000 V
Maximum storage altitude 12 km (40,000 ft)
Electro-Magnetic-Compatibility (EMC) EN 61326 (2005-12) for emission and immunity
Interfaces Mini-USB-B, Isolated USB port for PC connectivity SD card slot accessible behind instrument battery
Warranty Three years (parts and labor) on main instrument, one year on accessories
1. ±5% if ≥ 1% of nominal voltage ±0.05% of nominal voltage if < 1% of nominal voltage
2. 50Hz/60Hz nominal frequency according to IEC 61000-4-30
3. 400Hz measurements are not supported for Flicker, Mains Signaling and Monitor Mode
4. For nominal voltage 50 V to 500 V

Models

Models (1)
Model Name Description
Fluke 434 Series II Basic Fluke 434 Series II Basic Energy Analyzer
Includes:

  • BC430 Power Adapter
  • International Plug Adapter Set
  • BP290 (Single Capacity Li-ion Battery) 28 Wh (8 hours or more)
  • TLS430 Test Lead and Alligator Clip Set
  • WC100 Color Coding Clips and Regional Decals
  • 8 GB SD Card
  • PowerLog on CD (includes operator manuals in PDF format)
  • USB Cable A – Mini B
  • C1740 Soft Case

 

Accessories

Batteries, Chargers & Adapters (3)
Model Name Description
Fluke BC430 Fluke BC430 Line Voltage Adapter/Battery Charger
Fluke BP291 Fluke BP291 4800 mAh High Capacity Li-Ion Battery for Fluke 190-Series-II
Fluke EBC290 Fluke EBC290 External Battery Charger for BP290 and BP291
Cases & Holsters (1)
Model Name Description
Fluke C435 Fluke C435 Hard Rolling Case
Clips (1)
Model Name Description
Fluke AC285 Fluke AC285 SureGripTM Alligator Clips
Current Clamps (6)
Model Name Description
Fluke i30s Fluke i30s AC/DC Current Clamp
Fluke-i310s Fluke i310s Current Probe
Fluke i400s Fluke i400s AC Current Clamp
Fluke i5S Fluke i5S AC Current Clamp
Fluke i5sPQ3 Fluke i5sPQ3, 5 A AC Current Clamps, 3-pack
Fluke-i6000s Flex Fluke i6000sFlex AC Current Probe
Options (1)
Model Name Description
Fluke HH290 Fluke HH290 Hanging Hook for ScopeMeter 190-Series II
Test Leads (1)
Model Name Description
Fluke TLS430 Fluke TLS430 – Test Leads and Alligator Clips (4 black, 1 green)

 

Knowledge

Manuals
Title
Fluke 434 II/435 II/437 II Users Manual Download
Fluke 434 II/435 II/437 II Users Manual Supplement Download
434-II Statement of Memory Volatility Download
Fluke 434-II/435-II/437-II Service Manual Download
Fluke 434-II/435-II/437-II/438-II Service Manual Supplement Download
Fluke GPS 430 Instruction Sheet Download
i430-Flexi-TF Instruction Sheet Download
Application Notes (16)
Title
Basic power quality methodology and common culprits Download
Common power quality factors affecting transformers Download
How to determine the cost of running equipment in a plant Download
It doesn’t take out the garbage yet – Introducing the Fluke 430 Series Power Quality Analyzer Download
Multipurpose measurement tools help utilities increase customer service and protect revenue Download
PdM Part 4: Applying power quality measurements to predictive maintenance Download
Power quality analyzer uses for electricians Download
Power quality recording and analysis: techniques and applications Download
Reliable backup power: UPS testing with the Fluke 435 Power Quality Analyzer Download
Saving energy through load balancing and load scheduling Download
Six simple ways to reduce costs with a Fluke 434 Power Quality Analyzer Download
The costs of poor power quality Download
Troubleshooting commercial lighting loads Download
What does Class A mean to me? Download
Who sets the rules for electrical testing and safety? Download
WiFi data download from the Fluke 430 Series II Analyzers Download
Brochures (3)
Title
Fluke 43X II Product Brochure Download
Fluke Power Quality Family Brochure Download
PQ Warning Signs Brochure Download
Case Studies (7)
Title
Case Study: Clean Power Delivers Clean Water Download
Case Study: How a Hospital Technician Learned to Use the 434 and PQ Analysis Techniques Download
Case Study: Low Power Factor Download
Case Study: Network Hub Failure Download
Case Study: The Overheating Transformer Download
Case Study: Three-Phase Motor Failure Download
Case Study: Tripping Breaker Download

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