Fluke VR1710 Voltage Quality Recorder

Fluke VR1710 Voltage Quality Recorder

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Product Overview: Fluke VR1710 Voltage Quality Recorder

Fluke VR1710 Voltage Quality Recorder

Fluke VR1710 Voltage Quality Recorder Features:

  • Fast and easy recording of voltage trends, dropouts, and power quality – Easily pinpoint the root cause of single phase voltage problems
  • Extremely easy to use – Plug directly into the mains power socket and capture data
  • Continuous recording of all values with no gaps – Save testing time by getting the whole picture with one instrument that records both events and voltage
  • Clear graphical summary of data and quick overview of key power quality parameters – Take the guesswork out of diagnosing voltage quality problems
  • Min, Max, and Average RMS values (1/4 cycle) with time stamp – Quickly see what happened and when
  • Actual transient display (>100 μs) with time stamp – Identify power quality issues quickly with included graphical software
  • Flicker recording to EN 61000-4-15, individual harmonic and THD values with trends – Easily identify if the problem is power quality or equipment related
  • Statistical analysis of single phase voltage events – Reduces analysis time by tracking event quantities and magnitudes
  • Includes PowerLog software package for quick download, analysis, and automatic reporting – Save time by generating power quality reports automatically with pre-set templates


  • Operating Voltage: 70V to 300V
  • Min/Max/Avg RMS value: Resolution 0.125V
  • Number of events: 175,000
  • Dips/Interruptions
  • Time Resolution: 5 ms
  • Voltage Resolution: 0.125V
  • Over-voltages
  • Frequency
  • Harmonics measurement: EN 61000-4-7 (up to 32nd)
  • Flicker measurement: EN 61000-4-15
  • Number of recording channels: 1 Phase to Neutral, 2 Phase/Neutral to Ground
  • Recording time: 1 day to 339 days depending on average time from 1 second to 20 minutes
  • Transients
  • Frequency range: 50 Hz ± 1 HZ and 60 Hz ± 1 Hz
  • Safety category rating: CAT II 300 V

See more Power Datalogging and Analysis here.