Fluke 1777 FPC Power Quality Analyzer

Fluke 1777 FPC Power Quality Analyzer

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Product Overview: Fluke 1777 FPC Power Quality Analyzer

Fluke 1777 FPC Power Quality Analyzer

The complexity of power quality logging, analysis, and troubleshooting are removed with Fluke 1770 Series Three-Phase Power Quality Analyzers. designed to be the more efficient, quicker method of performing power

The 1770 Series provides automatic measurements, a simple setup process, best-in-class specs, and a streamlined reporting platform. A power outlet or a long extension cord are not necessary because the instrument can be powered directly from the measuring circuit.

You won’t ever miss a crucial power quality event with the 1770 Series, including fast transients up to 8 kV, harmonics up to 30 kHz, dips and swells, as well as the voltage, current, and power measurements that let you characterize your electrical system.

Consistent data is essential whether you’re conducting a brief system check or a thorough power quality investigation. The Fluke 1770 Series provides a special automatic measurement capture technology that helps make sure you always acquire the proper data while also allowing you the freedom to choose and modify particular settings as necessary. The guided setup makes it simple to choose the appropriate parameters for the system you’re working on out of the more than 500 power quality metrics that are automatically gathered. With Fluke Energy Analyze Plus software, logged data is instantaneously accessible, downloadable, and shareable; as a consequence, you never have to wait for a session to end before examining results or analyzing data.

The 2-in-1 Fluke 1770 Series devices combine the power quality meter’s troubleshooting capabilities with the sturdy
characteristics of a standalone power quality analyzer and logging in a single, simple-to-use handheld device—an analyzer.
In order to immediately spot potential problems, the “PQ Meter” function gives you immediate access to live onscreen data in the field.

The function of analysis removes the complication of doing power by assisting you with the setup procedure and ensuring high-quality studies.

Every time, you’re getting the appropriate info. When used with a special measurement connection autocorrect, these measurement modes function, so you won’t need to worry about anything.
considering returning for an additional measurement.

The robust Fluke Energy Analyze Plus software, created to do away with the annoyances associated with other multi-purpose application software, is included as standard equipment with the Fluke 1777 FPC Power Quality Analyzer. You can examine power quality data with Energy Analyze Plus right out of the box and with little to no training.

More easily than ever, power quality and energy data may be downloaded, analyzed, tracked, and reported. While the data is still being collected, you can quickly compare outcomes to past values, benchmark against industry standards, compare measured data to local conditions, and build a more comprehensive picture of what’s happening throughout your operation. For the Fluke 1730 Series Energy and Power Loggers, 1740 Series Power Quality Loggers, and 1770 Series Power Quality Analyzers, Energy Analyze Plus provides unified support.

• “In-workshop” and “in-the-field” download
through PC application software
• Simple data downloads using USB memory
stick, WiFi, LTE, wired Ethernet, or USB cable
• Analyze every measured detail of energy
consumption and power quality state-of-health
with automated reporting
• One-touch reporting creates standardized
reports conforming to standards like EN 50160,
IEEE 519, GOST 33073 IEC 61000-2-2, or export
data in PQDIF or NeQual compatible format or
CSV for use with third-party software
• Advanced analysis allows the user to choose
any available logged parameter and create a
highly customized view of measurements for
advanced data correlation

Every day, transients have a negative impact on otherwise healthy systems, and you shouldn’t undervalue their ability to harm your equipment. The effects of impulsive or oscillatory transients in your system might be disastrous and result in issues like insulation failures or complete equipment failures. With the aid of sophisticated transient capture technology, the Fluke 1775 and Fluke 1777 can clearly identify high-speed voltage transients and provide you with the information you need to stop them in their tracks. Fast transients can be captured with the Fluke 1775 Power Quality Analyzer’s 1MHz sampling capabilities, while the Fluke 1777 Power Quality Analyzer’s 20MHz sampling capability can capture the fastest transients in great detail.

Any measurement setting can be used safely and easily with the Fluke 1770 Series. The large, high-resolution screen of the 1770 Series rapidly displays a wide range of power quality characteristics as well as high-speed waveforms, high-speed transients, and higher frequency harmonics. These analyzers can be employed at the service entry or downstream and have the best-in-class CAT IV 600 V / CAT III 1000 V overvoltage rating. They measure AC and DC inputs as well as harmonics up to 30 kHz. No of the task, you can be sure that the 1770 Series will help you collect the data you need to make better maintenance decisions.   

Fluke 1777 FPC Power Quality Analyzer Applications:

  • Energy surveys and load testing
  • Harmonic surveys
  • Nuisance circuit breaker tripping
  • Power utility power quality surveys
  • Discovery of equipment failures caused by transients

The IEC 61000-4-30 Class A edition 3 compliant Fluke 1770 Series provides the best-in-class precision you’ve come to expect from a Fluke Power Quality Analyzer. Additionally, the 1770 Series has been designed to satisfy Class A edition 4 standards for conformity to EN 50160 and IEEE 519, so you’ll be equipped to meet measurement requirements today.

In the field, no two days are ever the same. You require a portable power quality analyzer that can carry out your requirements.
when you arrive. With a vast selection of add-ons and built-in
It is simpler to do your job thanks to characteristics of the Fluke 1770 Series.

It’s simple thanks to the integrated hand strap and sleek ergonomic design. The accompanying hanging kit makes it simple to grasp and secure within a cabinet, an analyzer. The internal power supply that is incorporated enables direct powering of the device from the measured circuit, whereas a 90-minute battery helps guarantee that you can still access and
even if you are not linked to a live system, you can still evaluate data.

The software program Energy Analyze Plus that comes with the Fluke 1770 Series Power Quality Analyzers allows for data downloading.

To ascertain whether observed voltage and current harmonic statistical data exceeds compliance thresholds, compare them to various standards, such as EN 50160 or IEEE 519. With the help of this effective predictive maintenance technology, current harmonics can be seen before voltage distortion occurs, helping you to avoid unforeseen failures or non-compliance circumstances and boosting system uptime. Keeping current harmonics under control is becoming more and more important as inverter-based loads and power production proliferate in order to guarantee dependable power quality and prevent system outages.

Fluke 1777 Features

  • i17XX-FLEX1500 24, FLUKE-17XX IFLEX 1500 A 24 IN, 2.0 M (4)


  • Energy surveys and load testing
  • Harmonic surveys
  • Nuisance circuit breaker tripping
  • Power utility power quality surveys
  • Discovery of equipment failures caused by transients


Voltage Inputs

Number of inputs 4 inputs, 3 phases and neutral referenced to PE (5 connectors)
Measurement category 1000 V CAT III / 600 V CAT IV
Maximum input voltage 1000 V rms / 1000 V dc (1700 Vpk)
Nominal voltage range Wye and single phase: variable (50V – 1000V) Delta: Variable (100V – 1000V)
Input impedance 10 MΩ between P-P and P-N, 5 MΩ between P-PE and N-PE
Bandwidth DC to 30 kHz for PQ measurements, excluding transients
Resolution 24-bit synchronous sampling
Sampling frequency 80 kS/s at 50/60 Hz
Scaling 1:1; variable for sue of potential transformers

Voltage Transients

Measurement range (+)/(-) 8 kV
Sampling rate 1 MS/s, 20 MS/s
Bandwidth DC to 1 MHz
Trigger Adjustable trigger level. Triggers on high-frequency components > 1.5 kHz
Resolution 14-bit synchronous sampling

Current Inputs

Number of inputs 4 inputs 3 phases and Neutral, range selected automatrically to attached sensor
Range (AC) 1 A to 1500 A with i17XX-FLEX1500 12
1 A to 1500 A with i17XX-FLEX1500 24
3 A to 3000 A with i17XX-FLEX3000 24
6 A to 6000 A with i17XX-FLEX6000 36
40 mA to 40 A with clamp i40s-EL
4 A to 400 A with clamp i-400s-EL
Range (DC) 20 A to 2000 A with 80i-2010-EL clamp
Bandwidth DC to 30 kHz
Resolution 24-bit synchronous sampling
Sampling frequency 80 kS/s at 50/60 Hz
Scaling 1:1, variable
Input voltage Clamp: 50mV / 500 mV rms:; CF 2.8

Rogowski Coil: 15 mV / 150 mV rms at 50 Hz, 18 mV / 180 mV rms at 60 Hz; CF 4

all at nominal probe range

Input impedance 11 kΩ

Aux inputs

Wired Connection with 17xx-AUX adapter
Number of inputs 2
Input range Direct: 0 Vdc to (+)/(-) 10 V dc

0 V to 1000 V dc

Input impedance Direct: 2.92 MΩ
Scale factor Format: mx + b (gain and offset) user configuration
Displayed units User configurable (up to 8 characters, for example °C, psi, or m/s)

Data acquisition voltage and current

Input mains frequency DC, 50/60 Hz (+)/(-) 15 % (42.5 Hz… 57.5 Hz, 51 Hz… 69 Hz)
Topologies 1-φ, 1-φ IT, Split phase, 3-φ delta, 3-φ wye IT, 3-φ Aron/Blondel (2 element delta), 3-φ delta open

leg, 3-φ high leg delta

Data storage 32 GB microSD card (installed)
Memory size Typical 10 logging sesssions of 8 weeks with 1-minute intervals and 100 events.

The number of possible logging sessions and logging period depends on user requirements.

Real-time accuracy Interal: 3 ppm (0.26 s per day, 8 s per month)

NTP (internet time): Depending on internet latency, typical < 0.1 s absolute to UTC

GPS: < 1 ms absolute to UTC

Trend interval

Measured parameter See operator manual
Trend interval User selectable: 1 sec, 3 sec, 5 sec, 10 sec, 30 sec, 1 min, 5 min, 10 min, 15 min, 30 min
Averaging interval min/max values Voltage, Current: 1/2 cycle RMS (20 ms at 50 Hz, 16.7 ms to 60 Hz)

Aux, Power: 200 ms

Total harmonic distortion THD for voltage and current is calculated on 50 harmonics

Power quality measurements

Measured parameters See operator manual
Harmonics h0…h50

% funds and RMS for voltage, current and power

Phase angles for voltage and current up to h11

Interharmonics ih0…ih50

% fund and RMS for voltage and current

Supraharmonics 2-9 kHz with 200 Hz bins

9-30 kHz with 2 kHz bins

RMS for voltage and current

Harmonics measurement method Grouped, sub-grouped and single harmonic bins according to IEC 61000-4-7.

Method selected automatically based on configured PQ standard or user configurable

Total harmonic distortion Calculated on up to 50 harmonics (depends on selected PQ standard)
Mains signaling 2 frequencies in the range from 110 Hz to 3000 Hz
Events (Voltage) Dip, swell, interruption, rapid voltage change, mains signaling, waveshape deviation, transients
Events (Current) Inrush current
Triggered recordings Half cycle RMS of voltage and current for 10 s Waveform of voltage and current for 10/12 cycles Mains signaling: 200 ms RMS of mains signaling voltage up to 120 s Transients: Waveform of voltage (Fluke 1777: 1 MS/s or 20 MS/s, 500,000 pts.

Standard compliance

Power IEEE 1459
Harmonics IEC 61000-4-7: Class 1

IEEE 519 (short time and very short time harmonics)

Flicker IEC 61000-4-15 Class F1
Power quality IEC 61000-4-30 Class A, IEC 62586 PQI-A-PI
Power quality compliance EN 50160 + GOST + NEQUAL + NETCODE + FOL


Ethernet 1 Gbit/s 1000BASE-T
USB type A USB 2.0 high speed for USB flash drives to transfer measurement data, firmware updates and

license installation. Max. supply current: 500 mA

USB-C USB 2.0 high speed for data download to PC and calibration

(requires USB type A to USB-C or USB-C to USB-C cable)

Auxiliary power supply for the Analyzer  (requires USB C power adapter PD 2.0 or higher with 9 V 1.8 A support)

USB 3.0 super-speed for USB-C flash drives to transfer measurement data, firmware updates

and license installation. Max. supply current: 900 mA

WiFi/BLE module 802.11 ac 2.4 GHz / 5 GHz, support for concurrent access point and client mode

Bluetooth 5.0/BLE

Antenna: Internal and external

LTE/4G module LTE-A Cat 12

Worldwide LTE-A and UMTS/HSPA+ coverage

Antenna: External

GPS MCX connector to attach a GNSS antenna for GPS/GLONASS


Electrical Measurement Accuracy

Parameter Range Resolution Intrinsic Accuracy at Reference Conditions
Voltage 1000 V 0.1 V 0.1% of nominal voltage in accordance with IEC 61000-4-30 Class A (+)/(-) (0.04% + 0.004%)
Voltage dips and swells 0.1 V 0.2% of Vnom
Voltage transients (+)/(-) 8 kVpk (+)/(-) (5% + 0.25%)
Voltage harmonics/interharmonics 100% 0.1% / 0.1 mV >1 % Vnom (+)/(-)2.5% of rdg

<1 % Vnom (+)/(-)0.025 Vnom

THD on voltage 100% 0.1% / 0.1 V ±(2.5 % + 0.5 %)±(2.5 % + 0.1 V)
Voltage distortions 2-9 kHz Max 100 V 0.1 mV ±(2.5 % + 0.1 V)
Voltage distortions 9-30 kHz Max 100 V 0.1 mV ±(2.5 % + 0.1 V)
Current min/max 100% defined by accessory x2 of intrinsic accuracy
Current harmonics/interharmoincs 100% 0.1% / 0.1 A ≥3 % Inom: ±2.5 % of rdg

<3 % Inom: ±0.15 % of Inom

THD on current 100% 0.1 ±(2.5 % + 0.5 %)
Frequency 42.5 Hz… 69 Hz 0.001 Hz ±0.01 Hz
Voltage unbalance 100% 0.10% ±0.15 %
Current unbalance 100% 0.10% ±0.15 %
Flicker Pinst, Pst, P1t 0 to 20 5%
Mains signaling voltage Up to 3 kHz  0-15% of Vnom 0.1 V / 0.1 % 1-3% Vnom: ±0.15 % of Vnom

3-15 % Vnom: ±5 % of rdg

AUX inpute ±10 V 0.1 mV ±(0.2 % + 0.05 %)


General Specifications

Warranty Analyzer: 2 years (battery not included)

Accessories: 1 year (including battery)

Calibration cycle 2 years
Size (L X W X HD) 28.0 cm x 19.0 cm x 6.2 cm (11.0 in x 7.5 in x 2.4 in)
Weight 2.1 kg (4.6 lb)
Anti-theft protection Slot to support Kensington lock
Environmental Specifications
Operating temperature range (-)10°C to 50°C
Storage temperature range (-)20°C to 60°C
Operating humidity IEC 60721-3-3: 3K5, modified:

(-)10°C to 30°C <95 %, no condensation or ice

35°C: 70%

40°C: 55%

50°C: 35%

IP Rating IEC 60529: IP50
Vibration IEC 60721-3-3 / 3M2
Power Supply
Voltage Range 100 V – 600 V – 15% / +10 % (85 V… 660 V)
Power consumption Max 40 VA
Mains frequency 50/60 Hz (42.5 Hz… 69 Hz)
UPS Li-Ion battery BP1770 with extended temperature range, customer replaceable

On-battery runtime: 1.5 hours

General IEC 61010-1: Pollution Degree 2
Power supply Overvoltage Category IV 600 V

With Mains Adapter MA-C8: Overvoltage Category II 300 V

Measurement IEC 61010-2-030: CAT IV 600 V, CAT III 1000 V
Altitudes 2000 m to 4000 m Derate to:

Power Supply: Category IV 300 V

With MA-C8 Adapter: Category II 150 V

Measurement: CAT IV 300 V, CAT III 600 V, CAT II 1000 V


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