NORMA 500A SHUNT Fluke Current Shunt
The NORMA 500A SHUNT is a current shunt from Fluke. In electronic test equipment, a current shunt is a device that creates a low resistance path to allow electric current to pass around a certain point in the circuit. Current shunts can verify and calibrate process control loops.
- Compact, high precision power analyzers – easy to carry and save working space.
- Simple user interface ensures easy, intuitive operation.
- Standard configurations allow users to specify the exact functionality required for their own unique application.
- Accurately display dynamic events on all phases at exactly the same point in time with simultaneous parallel acquisition of all phases.
- All inputs are galvanically isolated to avoid short circuits in all applications.
- Voltage, current and power harmonics up to the 40th
- FFT analysis, vector diagram display, recorder function and Digital Oscilloscope (DSO) mode included.
- User-selectable average time – from 15 ms up to 3600 s – for dynamic measurements.
- 4 MB on-board memory for storage of measured values.
- RS232 and USB available as standard; optional IEEE 488/Ethernet available.
- Optional process interface available to measure torque and speed with external sensors; includes four analog outputs for easy use on motor and drive applications.
- 341 kHz or 1 MHz sample rates for detailed signal analysis.
- Bandwidth from dc to 3 MHz / 10 MHz for reliable measurement precision.
- Includes Fluke NormaView PC software for setup, data download, analysis & report writing.
- 100 A Shunt with Cables (0.001 Ω, 0 to 0.5 MHz)
- For the Norma 4000/5000 Series
- Electric motors
- Inverter drive systems
- Lighting systems
- Switching power supplies and UPS
- Charge pumps/boost converters
- Current transducers
- tan δ (dissipation factor) measurement
- Calibration and test laboratories
Compact Fluke Norma Series power analyzers include the latest power measurement technology to assist engineers working with motors, inverters, lighting, power supplies, transformers and automotive components in making their products more efficient.
Based on a patented high-bandwidth architecture, Fluke Norma Series power analyzers deliver precise measurements of single or three-phase current and voltage, harmonics analysis, Fast Fourier Transformation (FFT) analysis, as well as calculations of power and other derived values. They provide class-leading accuracy and common mode rejection for any waveform, frequency, or phase shift.